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2 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times
A flip-flop of the formula that determines federal funding for youth job-training programs has put the north country on the wrong side of the equation.
14 hrs ago | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal
Space is at a premium in north country county clerk's offices, where stories of the counties and their people can be traced through deeds, judgments, discharge papers, mortgages and naturalizations, to name a few of the many documents kept there.
18 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times
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.
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.
Jefferson County sheriff's deputies charged David J. Rothar, 32, of 24379 Main St., Black River, with disorderly conduct after he allegedly argued with deputies during a traffic stop.
A woman was injured on Saturday afternoon in an accident in the parking lot of the Duty Free shop at the U.S. Customs station.
Chrystal M. Fleming, 30, and Ingrid D. Kesler, 27, both of 207 Wealtha Ave., Apt.
Erika F. Flint, executive director of the Watertown Urban Mission, was selected as the 2014 Athena Award recipient, with the announcement coming at a small ceremony Friday morning at the Savory Downtown restaurant, 300 Washington St. “Erika exemplifies what the Athena Award stands for,” said Lynn M. Pietroski, president and CEO of the ... (more)
The man accused of killing a Jefferson County woman pleads not guilty in court Thursday.
Lake Ontario Playhouse, which opened in the summer of 1987 at 103 W. Main St., will be shuttered at the end of Labor Day weekend.
Mr. Smith, 27, formerly of Pamelia, was found guilty Wednesday after a three-day trial on all four counts: first-degree assault, second-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child.
The village has introduced a $7 million proposal to reconstruct West Main Street and upgrade its water plant during the next three years.
Former dairy farmer Larry F. Stinson has sold more than 1,000 acres of farmland in Adams, Ellisburg and Lorraine for $4.2 million, according to Jefferson County property records.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:55 pm
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