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55 min ago | Watertown Daily Times
He may have been born in Watertown and have 43 first cousins and 43 in-law cousins in the area, as he told supporters during a news conference last Tuesday, but he spent the majority of his law enforcement career across the country, as a detective with the Portland, Ore., Police Bureau.
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
The town of Cape Vincent, in Jefferson County, has been divided over a proposed wind farm for a decade.
Laquaille Bryant, 32, of Philadelphia was convicted of shooting two women to death back in 2008.
Type E Botulism - a disease caused by a toxic bacteria - is back in Lake Ontario.
A Foster Parenting Information Night will be held this Thursday at the Human Service Center, second floor conference room, on Highway 310 in Canton.
Jefferson County sheriff's deputies charged Todd J. Tyo, 25, of 417 Belmont Courts, with fourth-degree grand larceny at 9:58 p.m. Friday at Ogdensburg city police headquarters, 800 Park St. Mr. Tyo is accused of stealing $1,593.90 worth of merchandise from the Walmart Supercenter on Route 3 in the town of Watertown.
Kensington Publishing Corp. will release the novel 'What She Left Behind' by Ellen Marie Wiseman of Three Mile Bay on Dec. 31. Mrs. Wiseman's debut novel, 'The Plum Tree,' was published by Kensington last year.
Santa and Mrs. Claus came to town this weekend to help raise money for Spay/Neuter/Now, a nonprofit organization based in Hammond with a mission to reduce pet overpopulation in St. Lawrence, Jefferson and Lewis counties.
Sirens, Santa and smiles helped make the 10th annual 'Shop with a Cop' program a success for about 50 children and their law enforcement or emergency personnel partners.
This year's outbreak along Lake Ontario's eastern shore is the deadliest there since 2006.
A former member of the Sackets Harbor Fire Company is asking a judge to set aside a determination made by the state Division of Human Rights that concluded she was not discriminated against because of her gender.
Brenda L. Jacobs, 60, of 32886 Old Town Springs Road, Chaumont, was charged Nov. 24 with third-degree unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle after allegedly speeding away from state police at a speed over 100 mph.
A Buffalo engineering firm that performed work for a proposed wind farm on Galloo Island has filed suit against the project's developers claiming it has not been fully paid.
An Ellisburg man was arrested by Jefferson County sherriff's deputies Friday morning after he was accused of stalking, harassing and forcibly touching a Brownville woman.