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This morning, crews were paving the parking lot, with the hopes of opening the 2,580-square-foot restaurant for business on Monday, said Thomas A. Johnston, a city code enforcement officer.
And with the north country known for its long winters, he and a neighbor figured that Watertown would be a perfect location for a snow-themed film festival.
William E. Smith III, 64, of 127 Spring Ave., Apt. 17C, was charged by city police with second-degree criminal contempt, failure to yield the right of way to a vehicle entering the roadway and leaving the scene of an auto accident at 5 p.m. Tuesday at his home.
Aaron G. Woolf, the Democratic candidate for the 21st Congressional District, won a tactical victory by default in escaping the bitter primary battle that depleted the campaign coffers of his Republican opponent, but he also lost the opportunity to gain the kind of media exposure he will need to win the sprawling district.
The state attorney general announced Tuesday that Fort Drum soldiers were among 550 military members across the state who did business with a national lending company will have a total of $2.2 million in debts owed to the company wiped out.
The first 242-unit construction phase of Morgan Management's massive Preserve at Autumn Ridge complex was completed about two months ahead of schedule Friday, as the final tenant was cleared to move in.
Rags 'n Reads, a business to be launched this weekend at 2 Elmwood Ave. across from Dunkin' Donuts, will sell a combination of children's books and discount apparel for men, women and youths.
During the week of Aug. 11, the statue of the state's only governor from Watertown will undergo a thorough cleaning and rewaxing.
Clarkson University's Shipley Center for Innovation has pinpointed several of the locations to display the shingle for the new Innovation Hot Spot Program in Ogdensburg, Massena, Plattsburgh, Watertown and Saranac Lake.
Mill Street will be closed to through traffic between Highland Avenue and East Division Street from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday for repairs to the city's sewer infrastructure.
Elise Stefanik continued her campaign for Congress this weekend with stops at the Seaway Festival parade in Ogdensburg and the annual steak roast in Newcomb.
Summer is in full swing and one of the best ways to spend a day or night in upstate New York is enjoying some time at the local county fair.
Robert M. Edmunds remembered the comings and goings of milk trucks at the former Ogilvie food plant down the street from his North Pleasant Street home.
Last month, both the Assembly and the state Senate passed legislation that requires that City Judge Catherine J. Palermo would have to run for election when her term ends in 2017.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:07 pm
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