THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

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.

Would you like to see a state investigation of the St. Lawrence County District Attorney?

Take the NCNow Survery

Results will be posted Monday, May 2.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

St. Lawrence County residents may soon be required to put all trash in clear bags. County legislators will be asked later this year to approve the measure as part of updated waste disposal local laws designed to keep more recyclables out of landfills.

Are you in favor of requiring clear trash bags so that more items get recycled?

View survey results and comments from survey participants.

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Section X boy's lacrosse: Massena improves to 5-1 with 19-3 win over St. Lawrence Central; Potsdam loses 8-5 to Northwood

Massena outlasts Potsdam 15-10 in girl's lacrosse

High school baseball: St. Lawrence doubles up Massena 8-4; Harrisville and E-K post victories

Massena, Lisbon, Madrid-Waddington, St. Lawrence Cental softball teams win big

Massena’s Morris deserves ‘fair look’ as next St. Lawrence University coach, says college hockey website

WIC clinics planned in Canton, Brasher, Massena, Ogdensburg, Norfolk, Potsdam and Gouverneur

Massena Police teams with Drug-Free Coalition and MMH to collect unused and expired medications

DeKalb man arrested after dog bites child, deputies say

Building an ecosystem of entrepreneurs in the North Country

Stockholm woman jailed following investigation of stolen antique bench and coffee table

Newton Falls railroad restoration could bring long-awaited business

Dairy Princess contest, free tire disposal, cool weekend forecast among April 28 NCNow top five

Massena Lions Club to host their Sunday Breakfast Fundraiser May 1

Chicken BBQ to be served Sunday in Crary Mills

Massena Police get donation to buy gloves that prevent officers from getting stuck when handling needles

Holy Name of Jesus Academy choir to perform 'Some Folks Like to Sing' free concert May 1

St. Lawrence County intern at center of latest Rain controversy can no longer practice law, court says

Story from WWNY , Apr 28, 5:34 pm

Massena’s Morris deserves ‘fair look’ as next St. Lawrence University coach, says college hockey website

Ogdensburg woman gets grant for Hudson River project

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

Norwood Kiwanis hosting Saturday rummage sale

Ham dinner in Rossie Saturday

NYPA warns of water release on St. Lawrence, rapid change in water level likely

Fish fry in Ogdensburg Friday

Ogdensburg's St. Joseph’s Home selling tickets for Spring Getaway Raffle

‘Moneyball’ techniques at work for St. Lawrence University hockey

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 28, 2:37 pm

Akwesasne Library awards prizes in Scrabble tournament

Story from Indian Time , Apr 28, 2:37 pm

NY takes aim at invasive species in North Country lakes, rivers

Art 'Gallery Hop' in Canton, Potsdam, Ogdensburg Saturday

Masters Club, like Girl or Boy Scouts but with Bible teaching, to meet Wednesdays at Parishville First Baptist Church

Chinese national sentenced to 8 months for trying to transport aliens from Akwesasne to NYC

Flackville Cemetery Association annual meeting Saturday

Potsdam Fire Department remembers former chief and long-time member Jim Prosper

Chill Baskets Studio passing down Akwesasne basket-making tradition

Story from Indian Time , Apr 28, 11:39 am

Potsdam Lions Club aids in spring cleaning

Opinion: Candidate says she would bring open mind to Madrid-Waddington Central school board

North Country Children's Museum to host 'Engineer's Lab' April 30

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla hosting boat course May 12

North Country Sen. Griffo calls for raise in 'personal needs allowance' for nursing home residents

Seaway Valley Senior Citizens to meet at Waddington Methodist Church May 10

North Country Republican Rep. Stefanik won't attend GOP convention

SUNY Canton professor recognized with one of the college's highest faculty honors

Indian Creek Nature Center hosting pond exploration, spring work day April 30

Gouverneur Hospital registering local children, issuing Safe Child ID Cards

Wounded Soldiers Apostolic Fellowship created in Potsdam; meetings planned in May

Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Partnering in Your Care series continues May 9

Seasonably cool and dry weather in store for St. Lawrence County heading into weekend

Potsdam Amvets Post 282 hosting meet-and-greet April 30

Canton fraternity suspends activities in the wake of investigation into alleged sexual assault at the frat house

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 28, 6:00 am

Clarkson to lease cemetery gatehouse, O'burg playground vandlaism, mother and son domestic violence make top 5 NCN stories for Wednesday

Canton resident earns travel award at Clarkson to discuss her cancer research

Free tire disposal days planned April 30 in Canton and Louisville; May 14 in Ogdensburg and Gouverneur

Canton church seeks donations to send to widows in Malawi for Mother's Day

All-you-can-eat breakfast to be served April 30 at Canton church

Book sale planned Saturday in Norwood

Editor on Duty: Matt Lindsey, 315-265-1000. ext. 31

  • LOST: 2 Milk Crates with bungee cords. Reward.
  • LOST: Dump trailer control somewhere on the following route: CR 58 to Ashton Rd. to Pumpkin Hill Rd. to Rt. 56 Hannawa Falls to Church St., Hannawa Falls.
  • Ogdensburg family seeks lost black pug (reward offered)
  • LOST: April 19, brown, leather men's wallet between SUNY Canton & Miner St. Road.


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