Malone, Potsdam, Watertown airports receive funding

Airports in Malone, Potsdam and Watertown received hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal support for paving and safety projects. [Read more…]

May 2016 Real Estate: Top Transactions

The following property sales were recorded in the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office during the month of March:

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The Robot Zone set to open Saturday in downtown Potsdam

Lori Green, a sixth-grade special education teacher at Salmon River Central School, right, works with Janice Marlow-Santamore, a sixth-grade teacher at Salmon River Central School, to program a Lego Mindstorm robot Tuesday at the Robot Zone in downtown Potsdam. Photo by Jason Hunter, Watertown Daily Times.

Lori Green, a sixth-grade special education teacher at Salmon River Central School, right, works with Janice Marlow-Santamore, a sixth-grade teacher at Salmon River Central School, to program a Lego Mindstorm robot Tuesday at The Robot Zone in downtown Potsdam. Photo by Jason Hunter, Watertown Daily Times.

Tucked away next to Verizon at 71 Market St., science, technology, engineering and math education business The Robot Zone has moved its operations off campus, and is getting ready for a grand opening this Saturday. [Read more…]

North country hospitals receive $54 million in state grant funding

Several north country hospitals were recently awarded more than $54 million in grants from the state Department of Health. [Read more…]

Malone village hires company to oversee demolition of building ready to collapse

MALONE — Members of the village board agreed last week to hire an engineering firm to oversee the demolition of the dilapidated building at 395 W. Main St. [Read more…]