WATERTOWN — Organizer Michael T. Plummer likes the design planned for a new monument in Thompson Park honoring the 10th Mountain Division. [Read more…]
WATERTOWN — Going through the Court Street building on Wednesday, Jeffrey M. Smith was surprised by the amount of water damage that has accumulated in the former Berow & Monroe shoe store building over the years. [Read more…]
WATERTOWN — CitiBus riders may need to fish another 50 cents from their pockets each time they take a ride. [Read more…]
ALEXANDRIA BAY — Shipping along the St. Lawrence Seaway has been halted after a freighter carrying sugar ran aground under the Thousand Islands Bridge early Monday. [Read more…]
WATERTOWN — The woman who was instrumental in opening a pet adoption center at the local Petco store has been tabbed to help create a dog park at Factory Square Park. [Read more…]
WELLESLEY ISLAND — Dr. Jeffrey J. Huse, 59, inspects all creatures, great and small, as a veterinarian at the Alexandria Bay Port of Entry.
“You wouldn’t believe the stuff he has to check here,” said Shawn P. Lewis, a Canadian trucker waiting for Dr. Huse to approve the load of cattle he was taking south on Thursday morning. [Read more…]
WATERTOWN — After less than two months on the market, the building that once housed the Black River Valley Club might once again have a promising future.
The Northern New York Community Foundation announced Wednesday that it is “actively exploring” the 110-year-old building as a potential site for a nonprofit resource center. [Read more…]
CANTON — A long-standing controversy has resurfaced over whether St. Lawrence County’s growing Amish population should be required to display triangular slow-moving vehicle signs on their buggies. [Read more…]
WATERTOWN — Time is short to pay the piper.
Local income tax preparers said people are scurrying to make sure their tax returns are done by Wednesday, the deadline for filing taxes to the state and federal governments. [Read more…]
EVANS MILLS — Customers who stroll into K&J Spirits next to the Stewart’s store on Noble Street will notice “free tasting” notes posted on certain wine bottles. [Read more…]