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Charles B. Meyer, 58, of Carthage

CARTHAGE - Charles B. Meyer, 58, of Alexandria Street, died on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at SUNY Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse. Charles was born on February 21, 1959, a son of the late Harold "Sandy" B. and Grace M. Chisamore Meyer. He graduated from Carthage Central School. He was employed as a

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 21:57:00

Lewis County man killed in farming accident

LOWVILLE - Authorities are investigating an agricultural/industrial accident which occurred on the Marks Dairy Farms on Sunday at 6314 Cannon Road, state police said. State police learned during an investigation that Ryan C. Ouellette, 32, of Lowville was tending to a large integrity manure separato

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-20 17:08:42

Fatal Accident Shuts Down Lewis County Road

A portion of a Lewis County road is closed to traffic due to a fatal accident. It happened at around 1:30 p.m. Monday on Number Four Road in the town of Lowville. The sheriff's office said two vehicles were involved in the crash. One person was killed, officials said. Number Four Road will be closed

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-21 00:24:00

Overnight cleaner spots fire; call helps save credit union

An overnight cleaner at First Source Federal Credit Union on Black River Boulevard is being credited with helping to catch a smoldering fire before it burned down the building early Friday morning. Deputy Fire Chief Timothy W. Reilly said the fire started in the mulch outside the building, where fir

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-21 00:00:00

German-American Club Honors POWs Buried Near Fort Drum

Back in World War II, seven prisoners of war were held in the area that is now Fort Drum.. However, their graves near post weren't discovered until around 20 years ago. Sunday, the Watertown German-American Club laid a wreath at the Fort Drum POW cemetery where they're buried on State Route 26. The

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 02:26:00

Money Raised To Provide Thanksgiving Meals To Needy Families

Lewis County health care workers are not only considered life-savers, but they are dinner savers as well. Two weeks ago we told you how the Lowville Food Pantry wasn't going to be able to provide Thanksgiving baskets for families in need because federal funding didn't come through. The pantry needed

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 23:57:00

Man Dies In Lewis County Dairy Farm Accident

A Lowville man is dead following what state police are calling an agricultural/industrial accident at a large Lewis County dairy farm. Troopers say 32 year old Ryan Ouellete was tending to what they call "a large integrity manure separator" when his head got trapped by a roller inside the machine. H

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 19:50:00

Group Donates Thanksgiving Dinners To Veterans

"It's a great thing. It's awesome. It shows the vets that people do care about them," said Penny Chenoweth of Watertown. Some veggies, milk, and a turkey - all packed into a box with other foods that will complete a Thanksgiving meal. The Veteran Enforcers Motorcycle Association, or VEMA, is making

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-21 00:16:00

Seymour Christmas Parade Is Sunday, Nov. 26

Attention families: the Seymour Christmas parade is 2 p.m. Sunday Nov. 26 in Seymour. It starts at the Seymour Community Center, then makes its way over the Broad Street bridge and up Main Street. See the press release from the organizers below: The 46th annual Seymour Christmas Parade steps off Sun

NEW HAVEN INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-20 14:20:00

Naugatuck Man Arrested Twice In Three Hours: Police

NAUGATUCK CT - A Naugatuck man was arrested twice within three hours, police said. At 11 p.m. on Saturday, officers responded to a Spencer Street residence for a domestic disturbance between boyfriend and girlfriend, police said. During an argument, Walter Davis III, 33, of Spencer Street, pulled t

PATCH - 2017-11-20 15:25:13

Naugatuck Police Cracking Down On Seatbelt Violations

November 20th - November 27th 2017 With the Thanksgiving Weekend upon us, The Naugatuck Police intend to promote safe driving and increase the protection of all motorists. Law enforcement officials are out on Naugatuck's roads enforcing the State Occupant Protection laws and issuing citations to tho

PATCH - 2017-11-20 14:33:21

Bad Sons Brewery pre-holiday event on tap to aid kids' club

DERBY - Bad Sons Brewery has a "Valley New Year" party on tap this week to kick off the long holiday weekend, while supporting a worthy cause. Those who grew up in the Valley know the night before Thanksgiving is a time to reunite college kids home for break with old high school friends, enjoy spiri

NEW HAVEN REGISTER - 2017-11-20 15:00:23

Milford police: New Haven woman waved around boxcutter while trying on clothes

MILFORD - A woman arrested Friday is accused of waving around a box cutter as she tried on clothes, according to a release. Brianna Harris, 18, of Lawrence Street, New Haven, was charged with breach of peace, the release said. Police responded to Forever 21, 1201 Boston Post Road, on the complaint o

NEW HAVEN REGISTER - 2017-11-20 11:26:40

Team-first Gawronski to swim for Air Force

Woodland swimmer Dia Gawronski signs her National Letter of Intent to swim for the Air Force Academy on Nov. 15 at the school in Beacon Falls. Pictured, front row from left, Woodland swim coach Mike Magas, Gawronski, Cheshire Sea Dog coach Sean Farrell; back row from left, Woodland assistant swim co

MYCITIZENSNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 17:39:51

DUI Checkpoints Planned For Thanksgiving Holiday Week

The Cheshire Police Department will be conducting a DUI sobriety checkpoint for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. The checkpoint is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 21, and will run from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. The checkpoint location will be on South Main Street in the area of King Road. It is anticipated

CHESIRE HERALD - 2017-11-20 10:22:40

Review: 'The Phantom of the Opera' Tour at The Palace

Waterbury, CT - Filling in for Nancy Sasso Janis, we two had the pleasure of viewing the Friday, November 17th showing of the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic, 'The Phantom of the Opera', as a part of the show's November 15th-26th run at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, the CT leg of its all-new North Am

PATCH - 2017-11-20 03:27:30

Waverly Central Schools: School board approves slate of class trips

WAVERLY - The Waverly School Board brought smiles to many of its students this week when it approved several class trips to a number of popular destinations in the United States. The first trip that the board signed off on was the seventh- and eighth grade field trip to New York City, which is sche

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-20 09:30:00

Reviving a tradition - Waverly Methodist Church holds barbecue and craft fair

WAVERLY - The members of the Waverly Methodist Church hosted a myriad of activities Saturday in an effort to bring people together. The church hosted a chicken and rib barbecue, craft fair and bake sale - not just has a fundraiser - but to bring the Valley community together. "With the Lockwood Me

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-20 09:30:00

South Waverly: Joe Willer Toys and Food for Families drive to be held Nov. 25

SOUTH WAVERLY -- Members of the South Waverly Borough Fire Department are gearing up for the organization's Second Annual Joe Willer Toys and Food for Families event, which will be held next weekend. The event -- which is named after longtime fire department member Joe H. "Bear" Willer, who passed a

MORNING TIMES

Teaming up and giving back - Valley ADE and R.E.C. work together for clothing drive

WAVERLY - "It feels pretty great to go from the person being helped to being the person that's helping," one volunteer for the Valley ADE and R.E.C. clothing drive said Saturday. The seasonal "shop and drop" event at the village hall sought to help those in the Valley who need clothing with the wint

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-20 09:30:00