Participants in ACR Health's peer-delivered syringe exchange program, which is available in St. Lawrence County, are shielded from being prosecuted for illegal possession of a syringe, even if it contains residue of an illicit substance. Do you feel the program should or shouldn't extend such legal protection?

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The majority of St. Lawrence County legislators want the state to investigate District Attorney Mary Rain for a variety of issues that have occurred since she took office in 2014, including a lawsuit brought by a former employee. Such an investigation has the potential to have her removed from office depending on the findings, but could also cost the county tens of thousands of dollars.

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Walleye, northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskie season kicks off in St. Lawrence County Saturday

Massena drops Northwood 10-8 in non-league boy's lacrosse game

Girl's high school lacrosse: Salmon River stays undefeated; Canton tops Ogdensburg; Saranac Lake edges Ogdensburg7-6

Malone's Monica tosses one-hitter versus Potsdam; Massena, Gouverneur sweep; St. Lawrence, Heuvelton, Harrisvile boy's baseball teams win

Gouverneur softball team wins doubleheader; Heuvelton remains unbeaten; Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence, Lisbon, C-P

Walleye, northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskie season kicks off in St. Lawrence County Saturday

More motorcycles on the road means more attention needed, St. Lawrence County warns

So what's it like to twirl those huge blowout sale signs across St. Lawrence County

Champion barrel racer hosting clinic in Parishville

Gouverneur Breast Cancer Awareness walk set for next week

Story from WWNY , May 6, 9:12 am

Norwood-Norfolk middle school student named 'Flyer of the Quarter'

Gouverneur Head Start hosting open house May 9

Radiation therapist named Canton-Potsdam Hospital employee of the year

Battle of the Books competition set for May 7 in Canton

'Money Puck': St. Lawrence University professor unlocks hockey's secrets with stats

Clarkson University's business incubator program can help expand downstate program

Three companies donate to Society of United Helpers Spring Fling in Ogdensburg

Opinion: Solve village problems by creating a vision, says Potsdam resident

Mother's Day meals planned across St. Lawrence County Sunday

Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam to celebrate bicentennial with concert May 8 at Carnegie Hall in New York City

Drug take-back in Massena garners more than 300 lbs. of medications

Knights of Columbus to host brunch Sunday in Norfolk

St. Lawrence County GOP chair not ready to back Trump 'until certain areas of his campaign rhetoric have changed'

Story from WWNY , May 5, 5:31 pm

Massena Masonic Lodge recognizes six members for more than 200 combined years of membership

Police seek help finding suspect, hole-in-one in Potsdam, domestic violence legislation among May 5 NCNow top five

Elmira College names Canton, Ogdensburg, Norfolk and Lisbon residents to its dean's list

Volunteers sought to help clean Massena's Robert Moses park Saturday as part of statewide 'Love Your Park Day'

Big Papa & Margarite Mike performing in Gouverneur Saturday

North Country Assemblyman Blankenbush slams Democrats for not moving on ethics reform

Spring craft, vendor show in Gouverneur Saturday

Golfer nails first hole-in-one of 2016 at Potsdam Town & Country Club

Governor's explanation of former top aide's business dealings raises questions

Colton-Pierrepont Drama Department presents 'Next Victim Please' murder-mystery May 6-7

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Friday

Canton-Potsdam Hospital employee receives certification in two speech therapy treatments

Transgender activist, 'Orange is the New Black' actress Laverne Cox to speak in Watertown Saturday

Five new local businesses and start-ups move into Clarkson's Old Main incubator in Potsdam; will work together to create jobs

'What the Heck are Chakras Anyway' in Colton Saturday

Brier Hill firefighters will get new turnout gear thanks to Homeland Security grant

Custom electric guitar to be raffled off for Ives Park Concert Series in Potsdam

Cornwall and Akwesasne officials approve joint ownership plan for Port of Cornwall; denounced by some

Colton campsite and trail cleanup planned for Saturday at Higley Flow

Chicken barbecues set for Saturday in Lisbon, DePeyster and Richville

Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce dinner honors businesses with awards

Domestic violence legislation passes with support from Assemblywoman Russell

Macomb Wesleyan Church serving turkey dinner May 7

Will Green Party candidate be a spoiler in North Country congressional race?

Akwesasne community member accuses three elected SRMT chiefs of violating ethics

Story from Indian Time , May 5, 9:17 am

SUNY Canton challenge for business ideas draws 11 competitors

SUNY Canton to honor four faculty and staff members for winning SUNY Chancellor’s Awards

Madrid Fire Department's annual Mother’s Day chicken BBQ Saturday

Adirondack pack basket class at Misty Hollow in Potsdam Saturday

More than $21,000 worth of items up for bid during the Massena Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Radiothon

Lisbon's First Congregational Church hosting breakfast Saturday

OneMain Financial collecting donations throughout May to benefit Massena Humane Society

Second alleged victim takes stand in Cranberry Lake boy scout sex abuse case

Massena Central student gets lungs, fired county employee won't be reinstated, thunderstorms forecast among NCNow top 5

A.A. Kingston in Potsdam names students of the block

First Presbyterian Church in Ogdensburg to hold rummage sale May 6-7

Learn how to grow shiitake mushrooms May 7 in Canton

Cemetery association meetings planned in Stockholm, Pierrepont, Hopkinton, DePeyster in May

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