THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin Wells reported to media outlets that at least three new surveillance cameras have been installed in St. Lawrence County over the summer to help law enforcement. Wells told 7 News that the cameras, or "plate readers," are part of a larger surveillance system funded by federal Homeland Security and state grants. The weather-resistant cameras were reportedly used during the abduction of two Amish sisters from Heuvelton.

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says her office will no longer reduce driving while intoxicated charges.

She said the new policy is aimed at reducing the number of drunk drivers on the road.

Do you support this change in policy?

Do you think it will further discourage drunk driving?

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'Color Me Remington' 5k run planned in Ogdensburg Sept. 20

Parishville native takes top honors at North American body builder competition

Saint's Smith named Liberty League Offensive Player of the Week

Knights King and Calnan receive Liberty League weekly honors

Clarkson, Village of Norwood reach agreement for new boathouse on lake

Decomposing body found in Massena identified as female following autopsy

Potsdam police charge man with theft of $600 from village resident 18 years ago

Stabbing victim was St. Lawrence University graduate

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 2, 5:34 pm

Akwesasne residents question new Canadian border policy on declaration of goods

Story from Indian Time , Sep 2, 5:32 pm

Adirondack storyteller Bill Smith to appear at final campfire of summer Sept. 4 in Canton

'Color Me Remington' 5k run planned in Ogdensburg Sept. 20

Heuvelton firefighters get $7,500 to improve station

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State Senator joins Ogdensburg to dedicate Bjork Park

Opinion: Friend of Violi’s in Massena urges Attorney General to not prosecute

St. Lawrence County ice cream man ‘paying it forward’

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 2, 2:47 pm

Massena Central class of 1965 reunion organizers to meet on Wednesday

Potsdam Public Library to offer three Quickbooks workshops

Two injured after falling off 60-foot cliff in Macomb; both rescued by boat, one airlifted

Man charged with touching 14-year-old girl in Rossie

Boaters complying with ‘No Wake’ signs on Oswegatchie at Ogdensburg

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 2, 12:02 pm

Akwesasne water line breaks fixed, boil water alert lifted

Wednesday to do: blood drive in Potsdam, couponing group meeting in Massena, story time events in Canton and Norwood

Minesterial Assocation of Potsdam to host annual interfaith picnic Sept. 4 in Potsdam

Potsdam Public Library to teach Craigslist class Sept. 8

Parishville native takes top honors at North American body builder competition

Massena Labor Day Parade draws hundreds

St. Lawrence County Chamber puts spotlight on High Peaks Winery in Winthrop

Two primaries, three candidates for North Country's 116th Assembly district

Opinion: Real solutions to help fix issues at Massena Memorial Hospital, says Louisville man

Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County to host beef farm tour

TAUNY to host September workshops in Canton

Clarkson, Village of Norwood reach agreement for new boathouse on lake

Unions show solidarity during parade in Massena despite concerns for future

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 2, 5:56 am

GOP candidate for governor makes stop in Massena

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 2, 5:56 am

Castles of Potsdam donate Clarkson family tools to university

St. Lawrence University hires 10 new faculty for fall semester

Signup for painting classes with Wilson Bickford starting Sept. 19 in Potsdam

Morley Library Association to host annual meeting Sept. 4

There’s a right way and a wrong way to carry a backpack, Claxton-Hepburn Rehab says

Online resource can help North Country disabled vets and others find state jobs

Clarkson and Norwood enter agreement for new boathouse

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 1, 5:21 pm

Reading room at SLU’s Herring-Cole Hall gets restoration work

ALS dinner benefit draws crowd in Canton

Allergy season a bad one in North Country

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 1, 5:12 pm

Across river from Ogdensburg, waterfront work underway

Free canning workshop slated for Sept. 4 in Canton

Sherman Inn Bed and Breakfast, formerly Sherman School, to host grand opening in Ogdensburg Sept. 4

  • Found bike on our property. Call to identify.
  • I lost my wallet on Maple St. today. I was at Sunoco gas station when I last had it.
  • Lost female 8 year old calico cat from Pleasant St in Russell off Pestle St.
  • Aug. 20. Man's cane. Left it in the green cart in parking lot between Dollar Store and Price Chopper (Ogdensburg)
  • I lost a set of keys Friday afternoon/night at the Hannawa Falls Postwood Park beach. I have various small keys on it, 3-4 house keys, and two larger black volkswagon car keys.


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