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A city resident was accused of first-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment after a domestic dispute Thursday afternoon.
City police charged Yarbrough J. Latulas, 30, of 522 Cayuga Ave., on several counts in connection to several events in August.
Ronnell D. Wilson, 33, of 819 Bronson St., faces two counts of predatory sexual assault, four counts of sex trafficking, two counts of second-degree kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment and one count each of first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sex act and third-degree aggravated sexual abuse.
It's been a few years since Susan A. Sovie decided she wanted to be an advocate for children, but a few things - the big things - remain the same.
The North Country Family Health Center now offers medical, dental and behavioral health services at its Lewis County General Hospital site.
A shack deep in the woods off of Ridge Road was destroyed in an explosion Thursday night, as crews struggled to get to the site of the fire.
And for Gail C. Millard, a high tunnel with temperature-controlled curtains built in the summer of 2012 has gotten that job done at Little m Farm off County Road 64 in the town of Watertown.
Earlier this month, the 10th Mountain Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team cased its colors for the last time.
Hundreds of local families will be able to start the 2014-15 school year off with less of a financial burden from school supplies and clothing needs.
In the wake of events in Ferguson, Mo., Jefferson County legislators have once again begun debating the merits of an armored vehicle obtained last year by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.
When Jefferson Community College opened in 1961 in downtown Watertown, it appealed to aspiring students from across the county looking for an efficient way to extend their high school education and better prepare for the demands of the workplace while staying close to home.
The Honda dealership planned at the Bradley Street corporate park is expected to take a 90-degree turn, according to a site plan presented Tuesday during the Jefferson County Planning Board's meeting at the town's headquarters in the Clayton Opera House.
City police charged Andrew W. Demarco, 27, of 1620 Huntington St., Apt. Q2, with petit larceny after he allegedly took items from a relative's home on the 600 block of Burchard Street.
A Copenhagen woman was injured Monday night after she ran a stop sign and hit another vehicle at the corner of Holcomb Road and Mullin Street.
An upstate New York cable TV system in a rare move has withdrawn a negative campaign ad by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo after Republican challenger Rob Astorino threatened legal action.
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Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:43 am
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