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Massena Meals on Wheels gets $25,000 to offset COVID-19 impact

Friday is deadline to register to vote in St. Lawrence County's upcoming primaries

Ogdensburg will go along with vehicle fleet management agreement recommended by state board

No new COVID cases reported in St. Lawrence County on Wednesday; over 8,000 tested

Canton eye doctor retiring after 40 years, closing practice

Arconic to lay off 24 at Massena plant; Alcoa positions not affected

Bassmaster Elite still wants to hold some kind of tournament in Waddington

Ogdensburg councilors vote to leave fire chief position empty, despite firefighters' pleas

Ogdensburg council votes against recommendation to hire outside council regarding workplace violence complaints

Ogdensburg Airport security contract not renewed

Helping Hands Cindy Talcott Memorial Golf Tournament still being planned for July 18

Rainbow Pride Flag to be flown above Potsdam town offices during first week of June

Ogdensburg keeps fire chief position vacant, chooses not to renew contract for airport security in split votes

Story from, May 26, 11:00 pm

Potsdam researchers will study mental health issues among rural EMS providers

St. Lawrence County legislature will accept written, videotaped public comment for June meeting

180-megawatt solar project planned in Massena, Norfolk, Brasher

No new COVID cases reported in St. Lawrence County for May 26

St. Lawrence County reps introduce bill to repeal prohibition of hairstyling on Sundays

Canada reminds travelers of travel restrictions still in place since March

State Division of Consumer Protection gives information privacy tips to St. Lawrence County residents

Ogdensburg school district voters to cast ballots by mail on $47.5 million budget

Ogdensburg City Council to consider resolution that would launch investigation into alleged workplace violence complaints

Heatwave expected to bring temps in 80s and 90s through Friday in St. Lawrence County

Stockholm town board approves $160,000 bond to pay for new highway department truck

Substance use counselor joins substance use disorder team at Gouverneur Hospital

Potsdam Village Board of Trustees approves annual salaries for several village employees

Canton village and town contract for deep cleaning of municipal building before reopening

Massena and Ogdensburg organizations get boost from utility co.

SUNY Potsdam adds program to prep teachers to work as public school administrators

Man charged with driving while impaired by drugs following personal-injury accident in Oswegatchie

2020-2021 Potsdam school budget would raise taxes 2.1%

Prof in Potsdam gets award to study aquatic shellfish disease

Canton village will participate in additional GIS mapping that shows mapping of water, sewer, other public works

Firemen’s Assn. urges people to be careful grilling over Memorial Day weekend

Kinney Drugs adds locally made hand sanitizer to stores in St. Lawrence County and elsewhere

Norwood, Massena residents accused of unlawfully dealing with child in separate incidents

Story from, May 24, 10:22 am

Morristown Fire Department saves home from extensive damage following fire

SUNY Potsdam celebrates Class of 2020 with virtual ceremony to mark 200th commencement

Potsdam trustees taking public comment on proposed bill to allow residents to raise chickens

SUNY Canton adds pathway to criminal justice master’s degree

Rensselaer Falls trustees ratify 2020-21 budget

CBSA: Travel restrictions in place at Massena, O’burg, other crossings through June

St. Lawrence County Social Care Network offering services to residents in need

CORRECTION: Ogdensburg school district asking voters to approve budget with 2.39% tax hike

Several small boating check-in stations in St. Lawrence County temporarily close

Sunny skies and warm temps on tap for Memorial Day weekend in St. Lawrence County

SUNY Canton Small Business Development Center to provide assistance to businesses with reopening

St. Lawrence County government offices start new operating hours

Village of Canton to once again fly Pride flag over municipal building

No new COVID-19 cases reported Friday; governor's social distancing orders still in effect for Memorial Day weekend