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St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary E. Rain has instituted a new policy that could greatly change the landscape of local courtrooms across the county.
Despite the efforts of one town councilman, it appears that the pavilion at Swift Field in Colton will not be named after former Town Supervisor Henry R. 'Hank' Ford any time soon.
The Potsdam and Canton Neighborhood Centers and Helping Hands in Hannawa Falls are taking orders for the March Food Sense program.
The village's long-delayed West Dam Hydro Plant generated power for the first time during testing Wednesday morning, but a problem with the plant's vibration sensors leaves it uncertain how long it will be before the village can produce power on a regular basis.
The operator, Mark A. Green age 43 of Colton, was issued a traffic summons for VTL 1225-D1; returnable in Potsdam Village Court on 03/21/2014 at 0830.
All five candidates have visited the campus, and the College Council and search committee will meet today to pick three finalists.
The Democratic candidate for the 21st Congressional District met with St. Lawrence County Democrats on Tuesday night, but Aaron Woolf gave voters no more information about who he is or how he plans to represent the north country if elected.
Title IX is best known for its impact on high school and collegiate athletics, although the original statute made no explicit mention of sports.
Each year the chamber's Events & Festival committee collects donated gift certificates from a variety of eateries in Potsdam to raffle off.
Community Performance Series will celebrate St. Patrick's Day in style this year, with a performance by the award-winning Irish folk band Danu, at 7:30 p.m.March 17 in the Helen M. Hosmer Concert Hall at SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music.
The village Police Department will buy several new computers and additional equipment to prepare for a new software system designed to make work easier for officers and dispatchers.
The Community Gallery Project started as a simple idea to turn the walls of local businesses, public buildings, and restaurants into galleries for local artists to display their work in non-traditional venues.
Patrick H. Wing, 25, of 448 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, was charged by state police early Saturday.
SUNY Canton students danced for a cause from noon to 1 p.m. Sunday during a Zumba fundraiser in the gym at Dana Hall.