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Blotter: Recent Watertown Police activity

WATERTOWN — Billy J. Simmons, 45, with no listed address, was charged by city police Tuesday with petit larceny.

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Community shows support for Cyclones as they depart for sectionals

Friends, family and classmates of the Watertown Cyclones basketball team cheered on the boys as they left the school Friday afternoon for a sectionals game at West Genesee.

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Will it feel like winter or spring this weekend?

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Trump's lawyers seek to suspend $83M defamation verdict, citing 'strong probability' it won't stand

Donald Trump’s lawyers asked a New York judge Friday to suspend an $83.3 million defamation verdict against the former president, saying there was a “strong probability” that it would be reduced on appeal, if not eliminated.

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Man stabbed in back with a knife, city police say

WATERTOWN — A person is in what police described as “stable” condition after being stabbed Thursday night in the back with a knife on Pine Street, Sgt. Joseph A. Giaquinto said Friday afternoon.

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CPAC attendees call for loyalty to Trump as veepstakes heat up

Former President Donald Trump is expected to cruise to another easy primary win in South Carolina on Saturday, further cementing his position as the prohibitive GOP presidential nominee and raising the question of who he will pick as his running ...

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Wayne LaPierre, NRA found liable in lawsuit over lavish spending

The National Rifle Association and its former longtime leader were found liable Friday in a lawsuit centered on the organization’s lavish spending.

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Watertown's new senior center to hold open house

An open house is set for next week at Watertown’s new senior center.

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Kimball: it’s time to settle ethics complaint

A member of Watertown City Council says it’s time to resolve an ethics complaint about fellow member Cliff Olney.

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SNIRT Run to take place before new law goes into effect

Despite some controversy surrounding one of the biggest events in Lewis County, a date has been set for the 19th annual SNIRT Run.

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