Potsdam Info

Potsdam, New York is located in St Lawrence County. Zip codes in Potsdam, NY include 13699, and 13676. The median home price in Potsdam is $149,000 which is roughly $56/per square foot. More Potsdam information.

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14 hrs ago | North Country Now

Potsdam police blotter, July 12

No injuries were reported. 2139 Patrols responded to a business on Maple St. for an alarm activation.

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19 hrs ago | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Two attend public hearing on PCS capital project

Two members of the public attended a hearing this week on the proposed $350,000 capital project at the former Building Blocks Day Care building on the campus of Potsdam Central School.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Fiscal benefit of Canton, Potsdam school district merger analyzed

Combining Canton and Potsdam school districts into one merged district could allow the new district to boost its fund balance to $6.5 million during the first three years, but in the fourth year reserves will start to deplete again unless spending is reduced or revenues are increased, according to a fiscal analysis.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

NYSP Public Record

State police investigated a number of property damage accidents around the region on Friday.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Day two of Potsdam SummerFest features Outer Market Mania, Kids Zone, more festivities

The sun was shining, music was blasting down Market Street and the 47th annual Potsdam SummerFest was in full swing Friday.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Village of Potsdam to join TAUNY on hydro dam history project

Potsdam village officials will be joining forces with the Traditional Arts in Upstate New York program in an oral history project on the construction of hydro electric power damns on the Raquette River.

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North Country Now

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Canton Superintendent Bill Gregory said there was a strong consensus among board members that voters should decide the future of their districts.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Massena man sentenced to time served for punching pregnant woman

A Massena man charged with choking and punching his then-girlfriend because he didn't think she was listening to him has been fined and sentenced to time served after pleading guilty to a harassment violation.

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North County Public Radio

After two months, Hillary bail hearing set to resume

The bond hearing for Oral "Nick" Hillary is set to continue in St Lawrence County Court Monday.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Courier-Observer marks 25 years as a leader in community journalism

It's been 25 years since the Daily-Courier Observer newspaper first rolled off the presses in St. Lawrence County, bridging the gap between two very different communities, and bringing a new era of journalism to the north country.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Potsdam Town Council revises use policy for community kitchen

The Potsdam Town Board voted this week to revise the use policy for its community kitchen and community room to include use by home processors and canners, as well as non-residents.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Potsdam Elks Chicken BBQ signifies start of SummerFest 2014

The grill was fired up and the sweet aroma of chicken, macaroni salad and baked beans made its way down Elm Street in Potsdam Thursday, signifying the official start of the 47th annual Potsdam SummerFest.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Canton and Potsdam School Merger Proposal Heads to Public Vote

The Canton Central School board cleared the way Thursday evening for the public to get its first chance to vote on the proposed merger with neighboring Potsdam Central School.

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Watertown Daily Times

Russell woman charged with falsifying records

St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies on Thursday charged Tammy M. Mackin, 44, of 3744 County Route 24, Russell, with making a false written statement, second-degree falsifying business records and petit larceny, all class A misdemeanors.

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North County Public Radio

Canton and Potsdam school boards to vote on continuing merger process

Canton and Potsdam school districts are considering merging. They hired an educational consulting firm out of Buffalo that spent the last school year determining whether it would be educationally and financially beneficial for the two schools to merge.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

SunFeather Natural Soap founder has new fragrant venture

SunFeather Natural Soap founder Sandra R. “Sandy” Maine has always had a fascination with scents, which she has used to launch her new company, Adirondack Fragrance & Flavor Farm.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

State reimburses $100,000 to Potsdam Town Council for elevator costs

The Town Council received a $100,000 reimbursement last week for construction and engineering costs for installing an elevator at the town courthouse, 35 Market St. The grant extends back to 2005.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

47th annual Potsdam SummerFest starts today

Beginning today, the sounds of summer tunes will be echoing throughout Potsdam, countless dining options will be available and a weekend full of games and activities will commence in the municipality.

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The Brattleboro Reformer

Business Buzz

Bandish has worked with Clarkson's Reh Center for Entrepreneurship and Shipley Center for Innovation for two years to develop the Pet Pita, a safe and inexpensive way to immobilize a pet cat or dog.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

St. Lawrence County legislators give money to Waddington, fair board

Over the objections of some St. Lawrence County legislators who believe there is no money to spare, the county board gave the village of Waddington $30,000 for a Bassmaster event and the Gouverneur & St. Lawrence County Fair more than $3,800 to replace transformers.

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