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Invasive fish new to north country spotted near Akwesasne
Matthew Windle, an aquatic biologist with the St. Lawrence River Institute, Cornwall, Ontario, said members of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe captured two tench, a Eurasian fish that can threaten native species and water quality, on Sept. 27 south of Cornwall Island. The two fish, each about a foot long
BREAKING: Boston College Lands Commitment from Ireland Burke
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Village of Massena negotiating with St. Lawrence County over Water Street parcel
MASSENA — Village officials want to tear down what was once a two-stall garage on Water Street. But the property is owned by the county, and village officials want to ensure that, if they spend money to tear down the structure, county officials won’t retain the parcel and put it on the auction block
Police: Victim hit with bat, threatened with machete
PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man threatened to kill a woman with a machete and struck her with a baseball bat and a table leg, police say.Alfonzia Lee, 49, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with second-degree assault, first-degree menacing and three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapo
Firefighters respond to blaze at apartment above Fourth Coast Café in Massena
MASSENA — Massena firefighters responded to a structure fire with smoke showing from an apartment above Fourth Coast Café, 53 Willow St., on Oct. 20.‘Firefighters arrived quickly to confirm a working fire in the kitchen area of the apartment,” a statement on Facebook said.
Texas pair jailed as fugitives from justice in Massena
MASSENA — St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies said they picked up two Texas residents as fugitives from justice following a complaint made to U.S. Border Patrol.Deputies charged Nicolas J. Torres, 29, Irving, Texas, and Christina Aguilar, 22, Garland, Texas, at an undisclosed location and time, o
Massena Department of Public Works receives permission to canvas for new employees
“They have not been through a winter with us, so they don’t know the typical operation, the operation of the vehicles and what they look for. There’s a training period (for snow plowing and snow removal),” he said.
PHCS athletes raise $700 for Colton-Pierrepont student injured in ATV accident
Members of the Parishville-Hopkinton Boys Varsity Soccer Team, pictured above, recently collected bottles to support Lucas Duvall’s family.PARISHVILLE -- Members of the Parishville-Hopkinton Boys Varsity Soccer Team canvassed the community recently collecting bottles to support Lucas Duvall’s family
St. Lawrence NYSARC bottle redemption centers closing in Massena, Potsdam
“Unfortunately, the last day we’ll be accepting bottles will be Nov. 2,” said Michelle Quinell-Gayle, assistant executive director of executive operations for St. Lawrence NYSARC.
Malone resident charged with drug possession on Waddington
Keeley J. Fraser, 31, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and an equipment violation for broken glass at 5:10 p.m., police said.
Franklin Co.: Voter fraud will be prosecuted
MALONE — After an alleged case of hostile election fraud during the Sept. 13 primary election in Malone, Franklin County election commissioners from both major parties say they will pursue, investigate and prosecute those who commit election fraud and intimidation at polling sites in the Nov. 6 elec
Massena village trustees give go-ahead for work on former Massena School of Business
MASSENA — Even though the cost was higher than they anticipated, Massena village trustees have given the go-ahead for work to be done at the former Massena School of Business, 22-24 Main St.
Haunted house to take place in Massena Oct. 27, 28 and 31
The mall itself will be staging Mall-O-Ween on Oct. 31 from 5:30-7 p.m. The event will offer “safe, fun, and weather resistant” trick or treating for local children.
Three apartment residents escape Massena kitchen fire
Tim Beaulieu, a Massena Fire Department member who served as chief at the scene, said the 3:47 p.m. fire broke out at an apartment above the Fourth Coast Diner.
Potsdam police cite six following traffic stops on Saturday
POTSDAM -- Potsdam police said they charged six motorists with driving infractions on Saturday. Those charged included:• Phillip T. Dishaw Jr., 28, Norwood, was cited for inadequate muffler at 12:58 a.m. on May Road.
General store in Morristown gives residents new option
And since the store opened one month ago, co-owner Karen Young said not only has business been brisk, but the steady flow of customers is proving that small mom-and-pop shops can help breathe new economic life into vacant downtown corridors across the north country.
Late-night crash ends in DUI arrest
MARSHFIELD - A Plainfield woman is facing a charge of drunken driving following a late-night crash on Nasmith Brook Road.State police said they responded to a report of the one-vehicle crash shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Friday and identified the driver as 38-year-old Emily Comstock after arriving at
Massena teacher hopes to join St. Lawrence County legislature, says drug epidemic is major concern
By ANDY GARDNERMASSENA -- Nicole Terminelli, the Democratic hopeful for the 14th District, says spurring economic development in downtown Massena would be focus if she is elected and wants more county focus on the area’s drug problem.She is a Massena Central School District teacher.
Police: Winthrop man faces five counts of rape in Stockholm
Nathan B. Arquiett, 21, was charged with five counts of third-degree rape, felonies; five counts of third-degree criminal sex act with a victim less than 17 years old, felonies; and acting in a manner injurious to a child, police said.
NY teen murder suspect appears in court
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (WCAX)The 14-year-old New York juvenile charged in last week's stabbing death of a West Chazy man appeared in court Friday.As Hunter Welch entered the courtroom Friday, family members began to cry. The judge in the case ordered no video or audio recording of the status conference d