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5k in Colton Sunday

Scare Out Hunger Walk in Ogdensburg Sunday

My Mix 96.1 FM and SUNY Potsdam Athletics to continue as broadcast partners for basketball and hockey games

Massena wins shootout 5-4 versus Malone to win Section 10 Class A Championship

Saints Volleyball uses two rallies to down Potsdam

Former Wood's Produce in Ogdensburg burns, cause under investigation

Massena police hold man in death of roommate

Story from WWNY , Oct 27, 5:35 pm

Public Health Department warns of dangers of lead in St. Lawrence County homes

Four of business magazine’s ‘20 under 40’ hail from St. Lawrence County

Suspicious death in Massena, robbery suspects caught, Stewart’s beverage recall among Oct. 27 NCNow top five

Fright Night returns to Potsdam tonight

Scare Out Hunger Walk in Ogdensburg Sunday

Police investigate suspicious death in Massena; DA says not related to recent armed robberies in area

Blind Owl Band playing in Canton Friday

5k in Colton Sunday

St. Lawrence County Chamber to honor Norwood, Canton, Massena businesses at November annual dinner

Akwesasne cradleboard class helps revive tradition

Story from Indian Time , Oct 27, 2:36 pm

Trunk or Treat in Waddington Sunday

Halloween party, blood drive in Waddington Saturday, Monday

Opinion: Green Party candidate Funiciello discusses campaign in Potsdam

North Lawrence horse center raffling saddle

Massena police arrest two suspects called 'armed and dangerous' in several recent burglaries

Watercolor painting exhibit at Potsdam synagogue Sunday

Journey West performing in Canton Sunday

National Weather Service warning of hazardous conditions as rain and snow begin this afternoon in St. Lawrence County

It could take two years to replenish North Country wells

Massena Memorial marking what they call 'National Respiratory Care Week'

Poem in memory of Garrett Phillips

Parishville Fire Department and AMVETS ladies auxiliaries co-sponsoring Halloween dance at Firemen's Hall Saturday

North Country naturalist Peter O'Shea to lead a trip to the Tooley Pond Road waterfalls near Degrasse Saturday

Community Bank announces in Canton Wednesday its sponsorship of 2017 Empire State Winter Games

Morley Volunteer Fire Department's free haunted house Saturday evening

Deep Root Center hosting Halloween activities in Canton Saturday afternoon

New metals training opportunity at BOCES Norwood Tech Center

Green Party candidate for Congress Funiciello explains positions on dairy industry and military spending

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 27, 9:02 am

NY21 debate: After a drought summer, what to do about climate change?

Opinion: St. Lawrence County treasurer candidate cites education as key to treasurer job

St. Lawrence County Literacy Center in Potsdam to benefit from 24-hour 'Bike-A-Thon' Friday

Free seminar offered at Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Massena Friday

Stewart's Shops, with many stores in St. Lawrence County, issues recall on beverage due to undeclared milk

Sheep and goat parasite management to be explained at Cooperative Extension Learning Farm in Canton Saturday

'Reiki weekend' offered Saturday and Sunday in Chase Mills

North Country At Work: how cheese helped build Heuvelton

Ogdensburg Command Performances to present 'Sister Robert Anne's Cabaret Class' Oct. 30

My Mix 96.1 FM and SUNY Potsdam Athletics to continue as broadcast partners for basketball and hockey games

Opinion: Cole’s experience makes her most qualified for treasurer's job, says Madrid resident

Armed robbery suspects, hit-and-run DWI, new Canton police chief make top five NCN stories for Wednesday

Bazaars in Norfolk and South Edwards on Saturday include baked goods, cabbage rolls, a luncheon, homemade candy

State police seek two Massena men in connection with armed robberies

Community Craft Corner event set for Saturday in Massena

Ogdensburg bishop 'embarassed, disgusted' by presidential candidates

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 26, 5:34 pm

Parishville-Hopkinton teachers give to 'Make Strides Against Breast Cancer'

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

Opinion: 115th District candidate Mulverhill is effective and ethical leader, says Hopkinton resident

Massena Central athletes to rake leaves for elderly, disabled Friday

Morley Library Assn. taking donations for holiday rummage sale

Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority working to address frequent false alarms at airport

Book sale in Potsdam Saturday, Sunday

Harvest supper in DeKalb Junction Saturday

Horsefeather Haunts cancels Halloween events for season in Potsdam

No heat cancels Massena K of C bingo night

Story from WWNY , Oct 26, 2:57 pm

Clarkson professor awarded three three-year grants, all focused on supporting a reliable, sustainable future power grid

  • LOST: 12 ft camper awning in vicinity of Alcoa entrances.
  • LOST: A peacock named Rickey from DeKalb Junction.
  • LOST: Black, female cat from Unionville.
  • LOST: A sapphire from a ring. Lost possibly at the Walmart in Massena.
  • LOST: Black & white female cat around Belmont Courts area, Ogdensburg.

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