'Spotlight' in Ogdensburg

The St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce recently held a “Business in the Spotlight” event at the Frederic Remington Art Museum, Ogdensburg with 70 attendees. Back, from left Christian Parker, Joshua Parker, Randy Lamay, Brent Carbino, K. Chad Graham and Derek Van House. Front, Denise Lamay, Trish Buote and Laura Foster.

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Performance Screening for Runners/Joggers at CPH Physical Rehabilitation

Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s physical therapy department offers screenings for runners and joggers of all levels and all ages, from beginners to elite competitors at CPH’s Physical Rehabilitation, located in the Helen Snell Cheel Medical Campus, 49 Lawrence Avenue, Potsdam.

The screening is designed to analyze a runner or jogger’s form—proper musculoskeletal alignment—during movement.

It will include a video analysis to identify areas of improvement and an individualized review with follow-up recommendations, if appropriate.


CANTON -- St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency formally dedicated its first building Thursday in the Canton Industrial Park as the “Ernest J. LaBaff Industrial Building”. The honor was bestowed upon him for his substantial and meaningful contributions helping the people of the North Country, the county IDA said. His past efforts include serving as president emeritus of the Aluminum Br... Read More >>
RUSSELL -- An 11-mile multiple-use trail system is now open for public use in Downerville State Forest in Russell. The state Department of Environmental Conservations has set an open house Saturday, July 26. The St. Lawrence Mountain Biking Associat... Read More >>
By JIMMY LAWTON GOUVERNEUR -- A Gouverneur embroidery company has expanded its services to include screen printing. Dave Lacks, owner of CavalTee has been embroidering for the Gouverneur community and Fort Drum more than a decade. Read More >>
CANTON – Oral “Nick” Hillary is free after more than two months of hearings into his bail. St. Lawrence County Court Judge Jerome Richards signed the order setting bail at $75,000 cash or $150,000 bond for the accused killer of a Potsdam boy. The bon... Read More >>
OGDENSBURG -- An Ogdensburg man was held on $2,500 bail following a drug possession arrest at 9:19 a.m. Thursday, according to city police. Conrad A. LaRock, 31, of 25 Pine Street was charged on a warrant for seventh-degree criminal possession of a c... Read More >>