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.

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Do you think it will further discourage drunk driving?

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High school girls soccer: Indian River edges Massena 2-1

OFA, Lisbon win Cring semifinals; Potsdam, Canton, Salmon fall in high school boys soccer action

SUNY Potsdam men's soccer team gets early goal, fights to draw against Misericordia

SUNY Canton men's soccer pounces past Paul Smith's 2-0 in season opener

Clarkson women's soccer team wins first game of season 1-0 in double overtime

Human body found off Route 420 in Massena, troopers seek help identifying the person

Potsdam angler, blogger featured in Bass Magazine

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SLU astronomer highlights Milky Way in North Country late summer night sky

Surveillance cameras step in right direction, says Heuvelton man

American Red Cross to host drives in Massena, Potsdam

'A Day For You' planned at Lisbon beach Monday

Clarkson professor's 'Non-Traditional' movie to receive wide distribution

Potsdam's Bagelry to open second location in downtown Canton

St. Regis Falls Fire Department getting $62,748 to replace oudated air packs, provide training

Amish community rebuilds garage for Richville couple who returned abducted girls

Assemblywoman Russell plans Labor Day weekend appearances in Ogdensburg, Madrid, Heuvelton, Massena

Louisville Minor Hockey accepting applications for all ages

Self defense, martial arts, core fitness lessons to be offered in Canton; free demonstration Sept. 1

'Blueline Magazine' to celebrate 35 years with dinner, music, readings, silent auction

$100,000 in state funds headed for effort on Black Lake to fight Eurasian milfoil

Waddington beekeeper accused of defrauding customers in Vt., NY

Story from WCAX-tv , Aug 29, 2:46 pm

Potsdam, Heuvelton, Star Lake and Waddington teens take honors at State Fair horse show

New insurance program for North Country dairy farmers

State releases teacher evaluation results

Story from WWNY-TV , Aug 29, 2:45 pm

Learn to use smart phones at Potsdam Public Library Sept. 8

Northern Lights Yoga celebrates fourth anniversary

Norfolk man challenging Democratic county legislator in District 12

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 29, 11:29 am

Movie being filmed at Hammond's Singer Castle

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 29, 11:26 am

Suspect in Amish kidnapping might have stolen drugs

Story from WKTV , Aug 29, 11:29 am

'9/11 Run to Remember' 5K Sept. 7 from Massena Fire Station

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 29, 11:25 am

Saturday to do: Heuvelton Hillbilly Days, youth obstacle course in Lisbon, Old Fashioned Harvest Days in Madrid

Canton's Little River Community School hires new teacher

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 29, 11:28 am

Gospel service at St. Lawrence University Sunday

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 29, 11:24 am

New business based in Madrid to provide gear to first responders, emergency workers

Heuvelton Hillbilly Days kick off Saturday with fireworks, fishing derby and more

$13,000 raised for 4-year-old Edwards boy with leukemia in remission, but treatments will continue

DEC finalizes changes to implement new crossbow hunting law in St. Lawrence County

Friends of Hepburn Library in Colton donate 65 books to Higley Trails Lodge

Hopkinton-Fort Jackson Fire Department purchases thermal imaging camera

'Muppets Most Wanted' to play at Ogdensburg Lockwood Arena

$10 million loan fund for North Country businesses established through NYPA and Alcoa

SLU opens $14-million residence hall to students featuring energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling

Old Fashioned Harvest Days in Madrid to see antique engines, tractor pulls, wagon rides Saturday and Sunday

Massena Memorial Hospital turns to consultants for aid in decision about its future

Second round of Akwesasne water line repairs closes tribal offices

Clarkson political science professor awarded merican Political Science Association grant for project

Norfolk Fire Department to host Field Day with food, games and firematic drills Aug. 30

  • Please check the St Lawrence valley SPCA when looking for your lost pet I see cats on their site that seem to match lost cats posted here. some times found animals are taken there and it's worth checking out
  • Lost cat on West Main Street -Martian tract in Canton. She does not have her collar on.
  • Our beloved cat Twilight, aka "Bubba" is missing from our Union St. home in Heuvelton.
  • I lost a set of 4 keys and straight blade key screwdriver. It has a Buffalo Bills lanyard section attached.
  • Lost: 3 yr.old Female Seal tip Siamese cat. Has a pink heart name tag that says Maggie. 4 paw declawed. She's scared never been outside. This is day 3. She needs her medicine.


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