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Dec. 13 -- The Watertown Trust has received some good financial news about the North Country Family Health Center .
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Nine days shy of the first day of winter, north country schools have closed or had early dismissal due to heavy snowfall.
Purcell Construction has proposed its second large economic development project within the past month, with the announcement it wants to build a series of commercial buildings on outer Washington Street in front of Summit Wood apartments.
Keynote speaker John P. Gaus issued a challenge Wednesday to this year's cadre of 20 bright, enterprising leaders under age 40, urging them to have the courage to take risks to become successful entrepreneurs.
For Michelle N. Shaw, the holidays can be hectic as she watches her three children while her husband, Spc.
The Mercy redevelopment project in Watertown was a big winner in economic development funding announced Wednesday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
The redevelopment of downtown Watertown got a boost from the $81.3 million in regional economic council funding announced Wednesday in Albany.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations on Wednesday called for the FBI to aid in the investigation of a vandalism incident involving a black Muslim man's vehicle in the city on Saturday.
Joseph Sokolowski Jr., 40, of 19 Washington St., Massena, pleaded not guilty Dec. 2 in St. Lawrence County Court to felony second-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
He is the music director and bass player for 'The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream' tour.
Walter Wilcox, 59, of 513 Olive St., Apt. 2, was arrested by city police early Tuesday after he allegedly threatened a man with a kitchen knife.
James L. Nicholson II, 26, of 730 Hancock St., Lower Apt., was arrested at 4:15 p.m. Monday after Jefferson County sheriff's deputies said he stole merchandise worth nearly $1,500 from Walmart Supercenter, Route 3. According to the sheriff's office, Mr. Nicholson was observed placing assorted merchandise into two shopping carts and exiting the ... (more)
Watertown native, former state Senator and executive director of the Development Authority of the North Country James W. Wright has been awarded the first Trident Award by his alma mater, SUNY Oswego.
'This is the first season we are making our own batter available for private parties and things like that,' said David Bartlett, owner of Johnny D's in the Paddock Arcade.