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Lowville, New York is located in Lewis County. Zip codes in Lowville, NY include 13367. The median home price in Lowville is $155,000 which is roughly $56/per square foot. More Lowville information.

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13 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

Final preparations being made for Cream Cheese Festival

New this year will be a human foosball setup, and a mechanical bull will return after a couple of years' hiatus, Mr. Hoffman said. The Cream Cheese Festival, which celebrates Lowville's status as home to the nation's largest cream cheese plant, will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday along Parkway Drive and a section of North State Street.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Police charge Lowville man after he allegedly left kids unattended at playground

Village police charged Walter M. Martin, 38, of 7746 N. State St., with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child after he allegedly left his children at a playground unattended. Police said the three children, ages 2, 4 and 10, were at the Lewis County Fairgrounds park on Sept.

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Watertown Daily Times

Lewis County seeking advisory board members

The Legislature received a letter of resignation from Lewis County General Hospital board of managers member William H. Wormuth, and accepted his resignation effective Aug. 19. The board of managers received a letter from Mr. Wormuth last week saying that his change of residence outside Lewis County caused his resignation. Legislator Richard A. Chartrand, D-Lowville, said he would like to start the application process not only for Mr. Wormuth's position but for another possible upcoming vacancy on the board in December, when Charles W. Truax Jr.'s term will expire.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Lisa Vroman, with a Idola competition, seeks students to sing with her at Clayton concert

Ms. Vroman, a 1975 graduate of South Jefferson Central School, Adams, and a 1979 graduate of SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music, is a frequent guest soloist with theaters, opera companies and orchestras across the U.S. and around the world. She will do an encore presentation next month of a Broadway Idol competition she hosted in the spring of 2013 in Lowville.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Theresa man entered into Drug Court on DWI charge

A Theresa man was entered into the county Drug Court program after admitting to drunken driving in Lewis County Court on Friday. Alan S. Miller, 31, County Route 46, Theresa, who was arraigned on a charge of felony driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty to the charge and signed Drug Court paperwork.

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Youth MInister - St. Peter's

Youth Minister Wanted: St. Peter's Church, Lowville NY is seeking to hire a dynamic, full time youth minster to coordinate and enhance our existing tri-parish youth ministry program. Applicants must possess the desire, skill and energy to lead youth to a closer relationship with Christ and the Church, should work well with adult volunteers being able to recruit and train them to assist our youth, as well as hold a firm knowledge of the Faith.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Lowville man accused of failing to return rental property

Mr. Marcum in January rented a table and stools from Quality Rentals and Sales, South State Street, but stopped making payments sometime in April and refused to return the property, police said.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Lewis County Court holding annual session in Martinsburg

The session will begin at 9:15 a.m. in the old Martinsburg Town Hall on Route 26. Judge Daniel R. King will preside over several cases during the morning calendar and give a short speech. Since 2001, a session of County Court has been held annually on the second floor of Town Hall, which was built in 1812 and served as the county courthouse until the county seat was moved from Martinsburg to Lowville in 1863.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

McArdle retiring as law clerk, joining Lowville law firm

Kevin M. McArdle plans to retire as principal law clerk for state Supreme Court Judge Charles C. Merrell after 11 years and will join attorneys Michael F. Young and Thomas A. Campany in what will now be called Campany, Young & McArdle PLLC. “I'm excited to join these excellent lawyers and good friends,” Mr. McArdle said in a release. “It is a great opportunity to get back into private practice.” Steven A. Smith, who has a private practice in Boonville and represents several area municipalities, will take over as law clerk for Judge Merrell, Mr. McArdle said.

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Watertown Daily Times

Business, schools asked to a Paint the County Pinka next month

Lewis County businesses, schools and organizations once again are being asked to “Paint the County Pink” for breast cancer awareness, with three times the chance of winning an award this year. “Chances are breast cancer will touch your life at some point,” said Joanne Dicob, oncology navigator at Lewis County General Hospital.

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Watertown Daily Times

Discussions held on creating business park in Lowville area

Lewis County Economic Development Director Eric J. Virkler says discussions are being held with a private property owner about the creation of a business and commercial park. At the Industrial Development Agency meeting Thursday, Mr. Virkler said the next step is to come up with a conceptual design for the space.

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Watertown Daily Times

Family of Castorland boy planning fundraisers for Crohna s research

The family of a Castorland boy fighting Crohn's disease is planning a bake sale and fun day to raise money to help find a cure. “He's a little fighter,” Joyce M. Brouty said of her son, Levi J., a seventh-grader at Lowville Academy and Central School.

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The Post-Standard

Lewis County woman charged with poisoning man's coffee with antifreeze

A Lowville woman faces a felony assault charge after she intentionally put antifreeze into a man's coffee in April, state police said. Danielle M. Larkins, 39, of 2426 state Route 177, Lowville, was charged Friday with serving the tainted coffee to 42-year-old Christopher Peterson on April 8. The coffee made Peterson ill and he required hospitalization, police said.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Cream Cheese Festival recipe contest returns, free Philadelphia Cream Cheese offered

The 10th annual Cream Cheese Festival will return to historic downtown Lowville Saturday, Sept. 20, and, with it, so will the festival's annual recipe contest.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Man in custody in overnight shooting in Watson

A Lewis County father is in custody after he allegedly shot his son in the leg Saturday night and then barricaded himself in his Erie Canal Road home for several hours. State police confirmed that the shooting involved a domestic dispute between Timothy T. Bates, 53, of 6856 Erie Canal Road, and Timothy Curtis Bates, 23. After the dispute escalated, the father retrieved his shotgun, loaded it with bird shot and discharged the weapon in the direction of his son, striking him twice.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Glenfield man admits to damaging lawn, bail jumping

A Glenfield man in Lewis County Court on Friday admitted to damaging a Lyons Falls lawn back in 2012, then failing to appear in court. Philip R. Reiter, 28, of 6378 Pine Grove Road, Glenfield, was arraigned on a new charge of second-degree bail jumping and pleaded guilty to that charge and a pending one for third-degree criminal mischief, also satisfying a reckless-endangerment charge.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Eagle Scout project will benefit LACS backpack program

A local Boy Scout is seeking to bolster donations for the Lowville Academy and Central School backpack program for his Eagle Scout project. “I've been helping out with the backpack program at my school for the past year,” said Bradley Curry, a senior at Lowville.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

West Leyden man admits to violating court orders

Stephen J. Lagatta, 54, of 5159 Osceola Road, West Leyden, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal mischief, also satisfying charges of second-degree aggravated harassment, third-degree criminal mischief, petit larceny and four counts of second-degree criminal contempt.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Lewis County hospital, Legislature agree on repayment plan

LOWVILLE –– After months of fits and starts, the Lewis County Board of Legislature has reached an agreement with the Lewis County General Hospital board of managers that will, over four years, pay off a $5 million debt the hospital owes the county.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

North Country Family Health Center opens Lowville site

The North Country Family Health Center now offers medical, dental and behavioral health services at its Lewis County General Hospital site.

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