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Carthage, New York is located in Jefferson County. Zip codes in Carthage, NY include 13619. The median home price in Carthage is $117,900 which is roughly $71/per square foot. More Carthage information.

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Tuesday | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Carol J. Montroy

Carol was born in Ogdensburg, New York on June 9, 1920. She was the daughter of Eldric and Clara Jane Graham Boismenu and step-daughter of Katherine Boismenu.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Police say Carthage man swerved into trooper's lane, then ran into woman's residence

State police said Joseph D. Palladino, 44, of 35695 Jackson II Road, was driving on Jackson II road about 1:30 p.m. Friday when he swerved into the path of an oncoming state trooper.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

The Post-Standard

Red Cross closes shelter for Jefferson County flood victims

The Red Cross opened a shelter at American Legion Post 789 in Carthage for people who had to evacuate their homes because of flooding along the Black River.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Red Cross shelter in Carthage to remain open Thursday night

The emergency shelter opened Wednesday at the American Legion Post on West Street will remain open tonight for those displaced from their homes because of recent flooding.

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North County Public Radio

Black River starts receding, but officials urge caution

People along the Black River in the Watertown area were watching the river closely today, after forecasters predicted the Black would come close to setting a new record for high water as it crested.

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Watertown Daily Times

Nine involved, one injured, in three-car accident in LeRay

A three-car accident on Route 11 in the town of LeRay on Tuesday morning involved nine people, including a 1-year-old boy, and left one of the drivers with head pain.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Flooding causes state of emergency in Lewis County, Carthage and Wilna

Carthage village President G. Wayne McIlroy and town of Wilna Supervisor Paul H. Smith have declared a state of emergency for the municipalities because of flooding.

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Watertown Daily Times

Carthage man accused of writing four bad checks to animal hospital

Carl F. Guadalupe, 46, of 603 State St., Carthage, was arrested Tuesday morning after state police said he wrote four bad checks worth nearly $400 to the North County Animal Health Center.

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Watertown Daily Times

Emergency shelter for those displaced by floods opening in Carthage

Bassett-Baxter American Legion Post 789, 415 West St., will be used as a shelter tonight for those displaced because of flooding along the Black River.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Lawyer: "psychiatric defense" planned for Watertown man accused of stabbing

An attorney representing a city man accused of trying to kill his live-in girlfriend by stabbing her said Tuesday he intends to employ a 'psychiatric defense' in the case.

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Lite 98.7

The Haunting Of Herrings Inn And Unrecorded History ~ CNY Paranormal

When it comes to historic sites with a reputation for being haunted the history that supports these reputations is usually a long and tragic one.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Politicians for state and national office tour Slack Chemical in Carthage

Matthew A. Doheny, Rob Astorino and Assemblyman Kenneth D. Blankenbush, R-Black River, Republican candidates for U.S. Congress, New York Governor and New York Assembly, respectively, visited Slack Chemical Co., 465 South Clinton St., where they toured the facilities and discussed regulatory overhaul with owner Robert R. Sturtz.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Two men charged with possession of hypodermic instruments

Anthony M. Hanson, 23, of Natural Bridge, and Corey A. Parsons, 24, of Carthage, both were charged by state police with possession of a hypodermic instrument.

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Watertown Daily Times

Everything, including the kitchen sink, for sale at Watertown Home Show

Britney M. Grimshaw needs just about everything for the century-old farmhouse in Adams that she and her fiance, Kyle Gehrke, are completely renovating.

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Watertown Daily Times

Prolific north country songwriting duo release CD collection of their "First 100"

Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lennon and McCartney and Elton John and Bernie Taupin are some of the legendary songwriting teams that have left their marks on the music world.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

More join Lewis County woman's proposed class-action suit against retailer

A dozen people have joined a Lewis County woman in a proposed $20 million federal class-action lawsuit against Stewart's Shops Inc. over alleged violations of state and federal wage and hour laws.

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Watertown Daily Times

Braman Block ground breaking set

With approvals from the Planning Board and a local bank ready to donate funding, development of the former Braman Manufacturing property is moving forward, with groundbreaking set for May 8. Carthage Savings and Loan Association has committed to donating funds to the Thousand Islands Area Habit for Humanity's proposed building on the former broom ... (more)

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Police: Man fought two others, kicked officer

City police arrested a Watertown man Tuesday morning and charged him with three counts of harassment and single counts of fourth-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest following a series of incidents at his residence.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Natural Bridge man faces 5 years in prison for Carthage burglary

A Natural Bridge man faces up to five years in state prison after admitting Friday in Jefferson County Court that he burglarized a Carthage business.

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Sat Mar 29, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Conditions improving

Three venerable health care institutions last week recognized the pressure to turn their backs on yesterday and chart new courses to ensure health care would remain close to home.

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