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Patrick M. Donegan heard rumors that City Council members are not interested in spending the money to construct a connector road that would go through the parking lot of Stateway Plaza.
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The mother of an Adams teenager who died in a one-car accident in 2012 has filed suit against the operator of the vehicle involved.
A city man faces 1½ years in state prison after admitting Tuesday in Jefferson County Court that he tried to possess heroin in November.
City police and federal safety officials are investigating an industrial accident that killed a 28-year-old worker who was trapped under heavy equipment Monday afternoon at New York Air Brake, a manufacturing company in Watertown.
The new laws are the culmination of a veterans' summit Cuomo held near the Capitol in March and will help veterans and their families when they move as a result of their service.
Law enforcement agencies in or near all three cities have large armored vehicles given to them by the same federal government program receiving renewed attention as an indirect result of protests over the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Michael T. Plummer and a group of north country residents wanted to do something special to commemorate the approaching 30th anniversary of the 10th Mountain Division for all it has done for Watertown and the country.
Joshua L. Durant, who was accused by city police Aug. 2 of second-degree harassment and resisting arrest, plans to put up a legal fight to prove his innocence.
State police in Watertown made one arrest after conducting an underage-drinking detail Friday evening at 14 convenience stores, gas stations and pharmacies in and around the city.
Jessica M. Barker, 31, of 628 Bronson St., Apt. 1, was charged by city police at 1:35 a.m. Saturday with fourth-degree criminal mischief following an incident at a Nice N Easy convenience store, 430 Factory St. Police said she also was charged with disorderly conduct and two counts of second-degree harassment.
Around 9 p.m. last Wednesday, Donald J. Boshart had only a few moments to decide on either dumping a generous pouring of an ice cube and cold water mixture over his head, or open his wallet to help find a cure for the neurodegenerative disease known as ALS.
State police charged William J. Lajoie, 27, of 121 Fairmount Ave., with petit larceny after he allegedly took merchandise at the Sears at the Salmon Run Mall.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 07:07 am
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