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No injuries were reported. 2139 Patrols responded to a business on Maple St. for an alarm activation.
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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.
The sun was shining, music was blasting down Market Street and the 47th annual Potsdam SummerFest was in full swing Friday.
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.
Canton Superintendent Bill Gregory said there was a strong consensus among board members that voters should decide the future of their districts.
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.
The bond hearing for Oral "Nick" Hillary is set to continue in St Lawrence County Court Monday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 07:19 am
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