THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Massena's Town Council is considering removing political signs from public right-of-ways. During campaign seasons in St. Lawrence County the signs are often found in public right-of-ways and sometimes aren't removed even after elections.

Do you think campaign signs should be banned from publicly owned property?

Take the NCNow Survery.

Results will be posted Monday, Oct. 6.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

The Massena Village board may consider limiting the number of dogs one can own. Police Chief Tim Currier told the board that there is nothing on the books restricting the number of canines one can own. He said there is only a ban on kenneling.

Do you think towns or villages should be able to cap the number of dogs a person can own?

View survey results and comments from survey participants.

The NCNow Survey is an unscientific poll of visitors to NorthCountryNow.com who choose to participate. Submit suggestions for future NCNow Survey questions

Canton wins first high school volleyball game, nipping Gouverneur 3-2; Ogdensburg stays unbeaten

Harrisville shuts out Morristown 4-0 to edge closer to West lead in girls high school soccer

Hammond wins first West game, beating Clifton-Fine in boys high school soccer

Four games in overtime keep boys high school soccer divisional races tight at the top

Massena stays unbeaten; Malone, Potsdam win 3-1 in high school volleyball

Wrongful termination suit filed by fired Potsdam code enforcement officer headed to state Supreme Court

In North Country congressional race, 'outside' money talks

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 1, 5:55 pm

NYPA to soon begin removing docks, buoys along St. Lawrence River in Massena, Waddington

Miniature mule missing In Harrisville

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 1, 5:52 pm

Former St. Lawrence County chair endorses Woolf in 21st Congressional District election

Rummage sale at Potsdam First Presbyterian Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Titus Mountain to host 34th annual Oktoberfest Oct. 4 with live music, games, food, fireworks

County Public Health Department conducting vaccine clinics in Canton throughout October

Pendragon Theatre to present 'Death of a Salesman' Oct. 3, 4 in Potsdam

Director of internationally acclaimed film about prescription, opiate drug abuse to visit Potsdam, Canton with showing Monday

Massena man faces felony assault charges after allegedly breaking girlfriend's arm during dispute

Akwesasne Archery Club wrapping up inaugural season

Story from Indian Time , Oct 1, 2:50 pm

Clarkson University appoints assistant professor of computer science

Ogdensburg hospital hosting three events in recognition of breast cancer awareness month

Mandaville Camp and Retreat Center in Winthrop will celebrate 40 years

Ogdensburg hospital and St. Lawrence Health Initiative offer free breast cancer screenings for uninsured

NYSDOT officials surveying Canton, Potsdam drivers as part of U.S. Route 11 bypass study

Thirty 1 and Mandolin to play benefit concert Oct. 19 in Massena

Price Chopper, with stores in Canton, Potsdam, Massena, Ogdensburg, Gouverneur, recalls BBQ pulled pork

Want to help songbirds? Collar your cat, says Canton biologist

Richville woman faces felony forgery charges

Brookfield Power to start lowering Norwood Lake water levels on Friday

Thursday to do: Norfolk cabbage roll dinner, Potsdam planetarium workshop, Canton photography slideshow by Bruce Dana

Sign up for Potsdam Rotary's Oct. 25 Wheelchair Challenge

Hammond woman allegedly found unconscious from drugs in roadway with two toddlers faces multiple charges

SUNY Canton SBDC to match government agencies with local suppliers, contractors on Oct. 28

Volunteers sought for Oct. 18 Indian dinner in Potsdam

Restoring a musical legacy at Pickens Hall in Heuvelton

Clarkson University School of Business dean named first president and program chair for NEBDA

Dem candidate Woolf’s film studio failed to pay taxes as it took subsidies to make movie critical of farm subsidies

Story from National Review , Oct 1, 8:52 am

Clarkson's early college entrance program welcomes 'high-achieving students' in Potsdam

Potsdam Public Library computer center offering classes on eBay, Excel and internet safety

Ogdensburg hospital sponsoring 'Jewelry is Fun Sale' Oct. 2

County auctioning 200 tax-acquired parcels of property Saturday in Ogdensburg

Quad Town Senior Citizens hosting fall dinner in Brasher Falls

St. Lawrence Valley Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness meets Oct. 3

St. Lawrence County District Attorney says use of forfeiture funds for office expansion allowed

United Helpers says audit revealed prescription drug theft in Rensselaer Falls; suspect placed on leave, faces termination

Morristown school board takes first step to fire principal

Story from WWNY-TV , Oct 1, 6:23 am

Gouverneur senior class to host donkey basketball

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 1, 6:24 am

Massena Meals on Wheels seeks to raise $18,000 to feed hungry

Ogdensburg church to host two-day rummage sale beginning Oct. 3

Horse believed to be from Massena euthanized after testing positive for West Nile virus; first case recorded in state

Northern Lights LEAH to host first full meeting of year in Potsdam

Kickstarter campaign launched to help family of Hannawa Falls infant with unknown condition

Potsdam police sergeant to retire after 20 years on the force

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 30, 5:32 pm

Memorial wall dedicated at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home in Ogdensburg

Opinion: Vote for Denesha, not Morrill for county, says Richville resident

Nature's Storehouse in Canton to offer free classes on home brewing beer

Potsdam Methodist Church to host bazaar on Oct. 3 and 4, Friday dinner to include super-sized stuffed potatoes

Two Canton residents injured in ATV accident Saturday, troopers say alcohol may have been involved

Guest speaker in Canton will discuss link between social inequality and natural disasters

Associated Colleges organ recital in Potsdam on Thursday

Massena resident participates in climate change march in New York City

Story from WWNY , Sep 30, 2:46 pm

Two sent to hospital following accident in Rossie

Akwesasne basket artist, teacher Henry Arquette receives National Heritage Fellowship Award in Washington D.C.

Story from Indian Time , Sep 30, 2:50 pm

Opinion: Merger study lacks many specifics, says Potsdam man

Wheat berry salad to be featured recipe for Juanita's First Thursday Creation at Potsdam Food Co-op

Potsdam Roxy presents Verdi's 'Macbeth' Oct. 11

Potsdam Youth Basketball to hold registration Oct. 1 and Oct. 5

  • Found - Gray 14-16 week old kitten on County Route 24 in Pierrepont.
  • My cat has been missing since 9/18 from 1197 county route 53 in Brasher Center. She is a 15lb gray tiger cat with white paws and a white stripe alongside her nose. Her name is "Fat Kitty".
  • Found: In Pizza Hut parking lot, Massena, auto remote control. Turned in to the desk at Pizza Hut.
  • Our cat Lucy has been missing for two days. She is a slightly overweight, very friendly and lovable ten year old calico cat. She was last seen around the 300 block of Clark Street.
  • Tuesday, around 6 pm, I spotted the White Dog, with a pleasant face, ad the little black and white Terrier type dog together on the Railroad tracks that cross Route 56, (Clark's Crossing) between Potsdam and the Pleasant Valley Road turn off. They appeared to be healthy, but lost, and trying to find a scent that would bring them home.


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