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Malone man charged with Potsdam harassment

POTSDAM - A Malone man was charged by state police with aggravated harassment. State police said Christopher R. Phillips, 30, faces charges of second-degree aggravated harassment, a Class A misdemeanor. He was arrested at 2:25 p.m. Sept. 13 in the town of Potsdam, police said. No further information

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-21 18:24:00

BOCES capital project goes to voters

Darcy Burman's cosmetology classroom that will be expanded if the capital project gets voter approval. From left to right: Rose Burns, Kayley LaPierre, Morgan Streeter, Madison Vachon, Alyssa Whitney, Marissa Durham, and Kaylee Adams. (Enterprise photo - Glynis Hart) Zach Fredenburg, far right, an


2009 grant will improve Franklin Co. downtown areas

MALONE - Another attempt at revitalizing downtown areas in Franklin County is starting, and Malone is getting attention first. A grant approved in 2013 - with funding not released until now - gives the county until March 2018 to complete the four-step plan that may spark additional grant funds and i

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-20 14:11:59

Repair work begins on Whispering Maples Mausoleum

Heavy equipment is being used outside of the Whispering Maples Mausoleum on Tom Miller Road in Plattsburgh as construction crews begin repairs.KAYLA BREEN/STAFF PHOTO PLATTSBURGH - Construction crews are beginning repairs to the Whispering Maples Mausoleum on Tom Miller Road here. In 2015, the New Y

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-21 02:05:00

State Police continue probe into arson deaths

LYON MOUNTAIN - Ten years later, State Police continue to investigate a double homicide and arson that claimed the lives of a mother and her son. Luciana Lamantia Davey, 42, and Frank Davey III, 11, perished in a blaze Sept. 9, 2007, at their home, located at 71 Second St. in Lyon Mountain. SCREAMS

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-21 23:08:06

Women's College Scholarship Club 2017 winners

SARANAC LAKE - Four Saranac Lake High School graduates are each receiving a $1,000 scholarship from the Women's College Scholarship Club; two Continuing Education students are each receiving $1,000. The club has also donated $100 to the Saranac Lake Free Library, for a total contribution of $6,100


Dropping in on a riverside renovation

Calli Shelton smiles inside the upper story of the gutted former Dew Drop Inn building last Thursday, Sept. 14. (Enterprise photo - Peter Crowley) As construction continues last Thursday to renovate the former Dew Drop Inn building, right, a new dining deck, left, is being built behind the Fiddleh


NCCC to induct first Hall of Fame class

Members of North Country Community College men's hockey team celebrate after winning a national championship in 1995. (North Country Community College photo) SARANAC LAKE - An Olympic gold medalist, a top NCAA basketball official and the members of four national championship teams are among more t


Art Walk's last hurrah of the season is tonight (Thursday, Sept. 21)

Rocky Richardson performs during the Saranac Lake Third Thursday Art Walk. (Photo provided) SARANAC LAKE - Tonight is the last chance to catch this season's Third Thursday Art Walk from 5 to 7:30 pm. Explore the art galleries, stop in the shops, grab a bite to eat or drink and enjoy an evening in


Schulz takes sting out of dual meet field

Lake Placid senior Scott Schulz leads a pack of runners during the first lap of Tuesday's cross country race at Mount Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo - Justin A. Levine) LAKE PLACID - The Lake Placid cross country team continued its winning ways Tuesday, besting several local schoo


It takes a region for the 90-Miler

The 90-mile Adirondack Canoe Classic was held for the 35th year the weekend of Sept. 8 to 10. Two hundred sixty canoes, guideboats and kayaks started in Old Forge and over three days paddled their way through the Adirondack Forest Preserve to the cedar tree marking the finish line on Lake Flower in


Readers relive author's childhood with ill brother

In this engrossing memoir, Altona native Randall Stark Beach details an otherwise unremarkable childhood that suddenly becomes utterly changed when his younger brother is diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. In this sensitively presented book, we meet diabetes as an unwelcome but un-ignorable new membe


Saranac Lake scores four unanswered to top Beekmantown

BEEKMANTOWN - Sawyer Chase found the back of the net twice in Saranac Lake's 4-1 victory over Beekmantown in boys Northern Soccer League play Tuesday. Jackson Carlisto and Jacob Adams also tallied for the Red Storm. Matt Maggy notched the Eagles' lone goal. Brett Dawson had to make just one save in

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-20 10:15:00

First day back to school at SaranacLake High School

The grand finale of the faculty dance at the first day of school Sept. 6 at Saranac Lake High School (Photo provided) Ms. Willette-Burman and Mr. Dann perform in the faculty dance (Photo provided0 Principal Josh Dann addresses the seniors (Photo provided) Students heading to their classes (Photo pro


Relyea hopes to re-energize Saranac Lake chamber

Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Adrienne Relyea has been on the job since Aug. 11. (Enterprise photo - Glynis Hart) SARANAC LAKE - Adrienne Relyea has been the new director of the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce for one month, but she's far from green. Having served a


Trooper in charge of 2015 prison escape manhunt writes book

PLATTSBURGH - The law enforcement officer who led the effort to find two murderers who escaped from a maximum-security New York state prison in 2015 has written a book about his experience. The Press-Republican reports that former New York State Police Maj. Charles Guess has self-published the book

POST-STAR - 2017-09-19 15:00:00

Major Guess chronicles Dannemora prison break from inside

After successfully leading a 23-day manhunt for two convicted murderers who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility two years ago, State Police Maj. Charles Guess was inclined not to write a book. That's when his wife, Eleanor, intervened. "She said, 'If you don't write it and tell this story, th

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-09-19 18:17:00

Calling it a day: North Country Squares caller to retire

GABE DICKENS/P-R PHOTOBob LaBounty of Keeseville has been the caller for the North Country Squares for 45 years and will be retiring from the position in January. MORRISONVILLE - Bob LaBounty was one hour into free September Fun Nights recently at the North Country Squares Building at Clinton County

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-20 09:00:00

Greenville man found guilty of murder in Clemson shooting

A Pickens County jury on Thursday afternoon found a Greenville man guilty in a deadly shooting in 2015 at a Clemson intersection. The jury convicted Jaron Lamont Gibbs of murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in the death of Robert Idrew Porter, 23, of Six Mile. Judge Letitia Verd

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-09-21 18:11:03

Home-schooled Anderson teen, now Clemson student, aspires to be neurosurgeon

Emma Lane McGahey knows how to teach herself just about anything. For most of her life, McGahey, 18, has lived in Anderson, where she grew up and was home-schooled from fourth grade through her senior year. Home-schooling, she said, isn't what people picture - her mom didn't sit her down at the kitc

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-09-21 15:40:20