20 Questions: Preserving A Unique Landscape

Tug Hill Director Katie Maliniowski stands in her office in the State Office Building.

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A historical St. Lawrence Seaway

Scene of an Aug. 10, 1954, groundbreaking ceremony near Cornwall, Ontario, for the St. Lawrence River hydroelectric project. (Watertown Daily Times archives)

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Morrison Street Warehouse Once Deemed Modern


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Long-term growth strategy for Seaway system could include longer shipping season

A $3.8 billion strategy to double maritime trade on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system over the next 10 years includes a proposal to lengthen the shipping season, a situation Save the River will monitor closely. [Read more…]

Watertown seeks minimum $50k annual bid for arena naming rights

The city is asking for a minimum of $50,000 a year for naming rights at its recently renovated municipal arena at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds. [Read more…]

Developer sues Clayton over moratorium on wind energy projects

The developer of a proposed wind project has filed a legal challenge to the Town Council’s six-month moratorium on the installation of towers used to measure meteorological conditions. [Read more…]

Car-Freshner sues nonprofit over alleged trademark infringement

The CarFreshner corporation building at the Jefferson County Corporate Park. Photo from Watertown Daily Times

The Car-Freshner corporation building at the Jefferson County Corporate Park. Photo from Watertown Daily Times

WATERTOWN — Fresh off a victory in a federal trademark infringement lawsuit in Manhattan, Watertown’s Car-Freshner Corp. is challenging a nonprofit organization’s use of an air freshener design similar to Car-Freshner’s patented “Little Trees.” [Read more…]

U.S.-Canadian deal could make border crossing easier

WATERTOWN — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its Canadian counterpart announced an agreement Monday that could make crossing the international border easier and more efficient. [Read more…]