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Veterans Day and Fire and Rescue Day at New York State Fair
The Fire Prevention Education Center at the New York State Fair recently underwent several changes to help educate fairgoers about fire prevention.
Watertown Daily Times
North Country Remembered 5,951
The Mercy School of Nursing class of 1964 is shown. In front, from left: Carol Agresta, Heidi Anken, Nancy Beaton, Donna Camaione, Mary Jo Castagnier, Mary Cauchy, Barbara Ernst, Janice Sayer Gatons and Louanna Goodrow.
Women's Bar lauds members, officers
Left to right: The Hon. Elizabeth Wolford, who eight months ago became the first female federal judge in the region, received the President's Award; Hilary Banker is the 2014 recipient of the M. Dolores Denman Lady Justice Award, formerly known as the Achievement Award; Laura Linneball is the 30th president of the local chapter of the Women's Bar ... (more)
Watertown Daily Times
Retiree educational program expanding north into Lewis County
The program, offered since 1997 at SUNY Institute of Technology in Marcy, for 2014-15 has added a North Country “Seniors On Active Retirement” program.
Utica men celebrate kayak trip from Buffalo to Marcy
There was a celebration at Lock 20 in Marcy on Friday for two Utica residents who kayaked along the Erie Canal to get home from Buffalo.
SUNYIT's Name Change, And Future Home For Cutting Edge Technological Advancements
That coming from Robert Geer, the president of what is now SUNYIT in Marcy. With ongoing construction and mounting anticipation for high-tech, 'good paying' jobs, Geer joined WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning to provide an update on the developing Nanocenter project.
Marcy Prison On Lockdown
The movement of hundreds of prisoners at the Marcy Correctional Facility in Oneida County has now been restricted after corrections officers say they conducted a week long search of dormitories there and found at least 90 homemade weapons.
Convicted child sex abuser Ray Younis quietly transferred to psychiatric facility in Marcy
Ray Younis, the Oswego County man considered to be the most notorious child molester in local history, has been quietly transferred to the Central New York Psychiatric Center in Marcy .