Here are stories posted on the homepage during the past week beginning 36 hours ago.

Media from around the world continue to report on abduction of Heuvelton-area Amish girls

Investigators seize computers, video cameras searching for more evidence against accused Hermon kidnappers; neighbors still in shock

Most large school districts improve Common Core scores, but results vary by school, grade

Corning’s Canton plant breaking ground Thursday on $21.5 million 16,000 square foot expansion

After 22 years, Canton Writers Group still going strong; newcomers invited.

6-week strenthening and toning exercise class begins Sept. 9 in Canton

AmVets Post 4 to sponsor golf tournament in Waddington Sept. 6

Prosecutor: At least three more victims of Amish girls’ accused abductors from Hermon

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 18, 2:47 pm

Amish girls' accused kidnapper from Hermon studied rape psychology

Story from Syracuse.com , Aug 18, 2:47 pm

Dedication planned for 'new' 160-year-old schoolhouse moved more than 50 miles to Madrid

Family takes home North Country Children's Museum's prize sports basket

Opinion: Way off base when it comes to homosexuality, says Norfolk woman

Casale, Tas Cru making music Wednesday in Colton

Exhibition by SLU artist opens Aug. 20, lecture Sept. 23

Father of kidnapped Heuvelton girls says he isn't angry, but says girls' alleged abductors deserve punishment

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 18, 11:38 am

Massena woman places among top 20 in world swimming meet featuring 6,000 competitors

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 18, 11:38 am

Indictment accuses Gouverneur residents of operating meth lab

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 18, 11:38 am

Save-A-Lot in Ogdensburg sponsors NYS B.A.S.S. Tournament at Dobisky Vistor's Center and Marina

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 18, 11:37 am

Massena and Akwesasne residents doing research as Community of Underrepresented Professional Opportunities Summer Scholars

Men's bowling leagues to host meetings Aug. 19, 20 at Potsdam Market Lanes Bowling

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 18, 11:37 am

Register for New York State Bow Hunter Course to be offered Aug. 30 in South Colton

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Aug 18, 11:37 am

Internet training for jobless, expansion of Brasher’s Tri-Town Packing, promotion of robotic farming could be funded in county

Ogdensburg's cancer treatment center celebrates 20 years

Canton woman starts online hub listing North Country activities for kids

Sen. Ritchie's 'Shed the Meds' events providing safe way to dispose of unwanted drugs

More charges coming for alleged Amish kidnappers from Hermon, DA says

Story from WWNY , Aug 18, 9:03 am

Super Cruise-in and Car Show in Brasher Aug. 20

Deep Root Center information session Aug. 20 in Canton

St. Lawrence County D.A. Rain and Sheriff Wells disagree on decision to release sexual assault information in kidnapping case

DEC to post warning signs at boat launches in St. Lawrence County about aquatic invasive species

'Cops on Top' campaign hits Dunkin' Donuts stores in Potsdam and Massena this morning

Madrid’s New Beginnings offering food assistance, clothing

SUNY Potsdam professor wins Thomas L. and Jane D. Russell Distance Education Faculty Excellence Award

Healthy Way in Ogdensburg to hold grand opening celebration Aug. 19

Final Norwood Beach Duathalon of summer planned for Tuesday

More charges planned against Amish-kidnap suspects from Hermon

After Amish girls' kidnapping near Heuvelton, two cultures overcome obstacles

Story from Syracuse.com , Aug 17, 5:57 pm

Suspects who kidnapped two Amish girls near Heuvelton were allegedly in 'master-slave' relatonship

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 17, 5:53 pm

Clarkson hockey champ on a mission to add a dose of reality to media notions of ‘ideal body’

North Country insects might be able to predict first frost

OES donates nebulizers to Massena Memorial Hospital for veterans’ care

Akwesasne American Legion members ask for help researching area vets

Story from Indian Time , Aug 17, 5:44 pm

Longtime Ogdensburg Diocese worker retires after 37 years

Candidate Woolf made anti-corn movie, but he and wife own stock in companies that use corn

Story from New York Post , Aug 17, 5:43 pm

Clarkson professor receives American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists neurology specialist certification

St. Lawrence River Valley Redevelopment Agency to meet Aug. 19 in Massena

Potsdam Community Chorus first rehearsal welcoming singers from high school and up Sept. 1

81 people participate in Chippewa Bay Paddle Poker Run

St. Lawrence County DA says couple sexually assaulted Amish girls

Solar electric works in North Country, but government incentives still needed for it to pay off for homeowners