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

High school girls soccer: Potsdam, Massena, Hammond, B-M, P-H, H-D win

High school volleyball: M-W Jackets edge Gouverneur in 5th set; OFA downs Canton

Clarkson, St. Lawrence University hockey teams start 2014-15 Division 1 season this weekend

Vandenbeemt, Saints women's tennis excel at ITA Championship

Brownridge Wins B.A.S.S. National Eastern Divisional Tournament in Waddington

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

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

Traffic lights at Paterson and Ford streets in Ogdensburg will be removed Wednesday

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:40 am

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

View the latest Potsdam-Canton edition of North Country This Week

Oct. 1-7, 2014 Issue , Sep 30, 11:38 am

After recent rape, SUNY Potsdam raises sexual assault awareness

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 30, 11:37 am

Clarkson University entrepreneurship program ranked in top 15 by Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:41 am

Clarkson University appoints assistant professor of anthropology

Morristown photographer Bruce Dana to give benefit slideshow of his work on Thursday in Canton

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:32 am

Massena's Jr. Earth Keepers to hold final meeting of the year on Oct. 11

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:34 am

Bear cub, probably orphaned, pulled from trash container in Village of Potsdam, removed

Rummage sale in Canton on Thursday and Friday

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:35 am

Open house at Clarkson's Department of Physician's Assistant Studies

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 30, 11:33 am

Supplemental Security Income recipients in St. Lawrence County will see changes in benefits

Need more diversity in the pantry? Canton canning group says try a canning swap!

Clarkson University entrepreneurship program ranked in top 15 by Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine

Morley Library Association to host Oct. 2 meeting

Akwesasne Cultural Center canoe exhibit opening Oct. 4

Story from Indian Time , Sep 30, 9:01 am

Norfolk American Legion Auxiliary to hold cabbage sale and spaghettie dinner Oct. 2

St. Lawrence County boat launches will have signs warning of invasive species

Canton-Potsdam Hospital Diabetes Support Group to meet Oct. 2

What does it mean when a Heuvelton cheese plant settles with a fed agency?

St. Lawrence County lawmakers move forward hesitantly on District Attorney office expansion

Story from WWNY , Sep 30, 6:28 am

Heuvelton woman accused of stealing medication at United Helpers in Rensselaer Falls

Cookies and Cream eatery at SUNY Potsdam adds breakfast smoothie to menu

American Red Cross offers blood drives in Canton, Norwood, Massena, Gouverneur and DeKalb

St. Joseph's Home in Ogdensburg will serve Steamship Roast Beef Dinner Oct. 5

Massena Ponderosa to close after 36 years, 46 jobs may be lost

Clarkson, St. Lawrence University hockey teams start 2014-15 Division 1 season this weekend

Potsdam firefighters respond to apartment stove fire

Massena Neighborhood Center to get $5,000 in state funds

St. Lawrence University among elite schools making more places for less well-off students, NY Times says

Potsdam Farmers Market taking applications for winter market, which starts Nov. 1

Guest speaker will discuss Buddhist philosophy on Wednesday in Canton

Sign up for Canton Rec Department's senior fitness classes

  • 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.
  • There was a large white dog along w/a very small black and white dog, maybe a Jack Russell Terrier seen behind 6861 State Hwy 56, Potsdam. Appear to be lost.


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