Home / News

News

Free ice skating kicks off Canton Winterfest

Canton’s Winterfest is underway. To kick off the nine-day festival, the village hosted an hour of free ice skating.

Read More »

Blast from the Past: Kite Skiing in 2007

This week on Blast from the Past, we go back to 2007 for some kite skiing on the St. Lawrence River.

Read More »

Massena's Salvation Army plans $100K kitchen overhaul to feed the hungry

The Massena Salvation Army is preparing for an overhaul of its service kitchen to better serve people in need.

Read More »

Carthage boy raises $1,500 for United Way for his birthday

Once again, a Carthage boy has decided to give back to the community instead of asking for birthday presents. This year he raised money for a United Way program

Read More »

Update: Person in critical condition after Pine Street stabbing Thursday night

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

Read More »

Police update: Person in “stable” condition after Pine Street stabbing Thursday night

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

Read More »

2 charged after cops allegedly find cocaine in their vehicle

Two people from Waddington were charged with illegal drug possession following a traffic stop in Potsdam on Thursday.

Read More »

New York announces grant program to boost municipal cybersecurity

ALBANY — Local governments will be able to tap a $6 million fund to boost their cybersecurity through a program state officials say is crucial as ransomware attacks continue to pose threats to municipalities across New York.  Gov. Kathy Hochul’s ...

Read More »

Contractor change orders for city projects frustrate council

WATERTOWN — Councilman Benjamin P. Shoen is tired of contractors submitting change orders on city projects, especially with a water main that has now increased the work some 22% since the original bid.

Read More »

City Councilman Shoen expresses concern about snow-covered sidewalks

WATERTOWN — City Councilman Benjamin P. Shoen believes something should be done about the time it takes the city to make sure that snow-covered sidewalks are cleared.

Read More »

Contact to Listing Owner