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Indiana man charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs in Watertown
WATERTOWN, NY—Raul Pena Jr., 23, of 839 Kannal Ct., Apt. 8, Rensselear, IN, was charged by Watertown police at 11:40 p.m. Friday, June 22, in the 200 block of S. Massey Street with first-degree driving while ability impaired by drugs and common law DWI.
Watertown man accused of making threats and having marijuana
WATERTOWN — City police charged Joshua A. Beaumont, 21, of 1708 Ohio St., Apt. 41, with second-degree aggravated harassment and fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana at 3:52 a.m. Thursday at his residence.
Watertown woman charged with assault
WATERTOWN — City police on Friday charged Hailey S. Dean, 19, of 544 Cooper St., with second-degree assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon and third degree criminal possession of a weapon, both class D felonies. She was also charged with criminal obstruction of breathing, a class
Four men arrested after drug raid of Winslow Street apartment
WATERTOWN, NY— Members of the Metro-Jeff Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 332 Winslow St., Apt. 1, at 9:47 a.m. Thursday, June 21, and arrested four men for possessing 48.1 grams of cocaine, police said.
Unfavorable forecast: Reports document concerns raised about wind turbine projects
The Tug Hill Commission, a non-regulatory state agency, released “The Montague Doppler Radar, An Overview” earlier this month as part of its Issue Paper Series. It documents the adverse effect that wind turbines have on the Montague Doppler Radar used by the National Weather Service and Wheeler-Sack
Croghan man charged with DWI after attempting to pass through closed road
Authorities say Kenneth C. Kampnich, of 10487 State Route 812, attempted to pass through a closed road as firefighters were responding to a structure fire on State Route 410. When a deputy approached Mr. Kampnich to redirect his truck, he noticed an open container in the vehicle. Upon investigation,
Carthage school board formally adopts technology plan
The district’s instructional technology director, Ramona Dent, said one of the most prominent changes would be in the cyber-etiquette and tech literacy components of students’ curriculum, and the increase in professional development.
Watertown’s playgrounds, pools open Monday
Children must be registered with parental approval at the fairgrounds and North Elementary School playgrounds, while the Academy, Portage and North Star sites will be open without registration.
Watertown woman charged with aggravated DWI
WATERTOWN — City police charged Trishia A. Seymour, 47, of 201 Creekwood Drive, Apt. 5, with aggravated driving while intoxicated at 8:49 p.m. Thursday at 726 Lillian St.
Minimal damage, no one hurt in Castorland house fire
Castorland Fire responded, along with Beaver Falls and Croghan Volunteer fire departments, to extinguish the flames. There was minimal damage to belongings, but the building suffers some smoke and water damage.
Farmers market to open at Carthage Area Hospital Wednesday
The Down to Earth Gardens Co-Op farmers market will be held noon to 4 p.m. Wednesdays outside the main entrance of Carthage Area Hospital, 1001 West St., starting next week. This is a change in location from last year.
Jefferson County Jail receiving funds for drug-counseling pilot program for inmates
Sixteen county jails across the state, including the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, will be provided funding to expand and add drug-counseling services for inmates through a pilot program.
Lowville man charged with criminal mischief, contempt
LOWVILLE — Police charged Ryan M. Noftsier, 24, of Route 812, with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal contempt on Thursday.
New bike shop to open in downtown Watertown
Aaron Austin, who has about 12 years experience in the bike retailer business, plans to open Re-Cre’s Bike Studio in a storefront at 168 Court St. by July 1.
Watertown auction yields $455,621 in tax sale certificates
The city Comptroller’s Office auctioned off 176 tax sale certificates Thursday, raising more than $455,621 on properties whose owners are delinquent on taxes.
The Army splits with a West Point grad from New Castle who wrote ‘Communism will win’
© Courtesy of Spenser Rapone via APIn this May 2016 photo provided by Spenser Rapone, Mr. Rapone raises his left fist while displaying a sign inside his hat that reads "Communism will win" after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.
Flower Library seeks donations for big sale
Friends of Flower Memorial Library are seeking donations throughout the summer and fall for their annual book sale, which will begin Saturday, Oct. 27. Sorters are looking for books in good condition. The sale will run for 12 days.
Small village seeing big successes: Copenhagen’s new businesses
With only one stoplight intersection, one gas station, one school and a population no larger than 800, the village of Copenhagen has still managed to see new businesses flourish.
Traffic alert: Knickerbocker Drive
WATERTOWN, NY— The City of Watertown’s DPW crews will be in the process of street reconstruction on Knickerbocker Drive between Gotham Street and Ward Street. This project will begin Monday, June 25.
Philadelphia woman charged with Gouverneur burglary
GOUVERNEUR — State police on June 15, charged Gail M. Wylie, 45, of Philadelphia, with second-degree burglary and first-degree criminal contempt, both felonies.