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Bjork murder trial moved to January

CANTON - The murder trial of Keith J. Bjork has been adjourned to next year. The trial, which was scheduled for Monday, has been moved to Jan. 22. Bjork, 50, of 192 Center St., Massena, is charged in the second-degree murder of his 50-year-old roommate. He pleaded not guilty during his Dec. 15 arra

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-24 13:15:00

Massena residents picked up on warrants

MASSENA -- Village police say they recently picked up two people on warrants: Leah B. Musante was charged with an arrest warrant at 5:12 a.m. Monday and turned her over to the county sheriff's office. Peter A. Nelligan, 33, of Willow Street was picked up on a bench warrant at 5:12 p.m. Monday and

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Massena resident charged with drug possession in Louisville

LOUISVILLE - A Massena woman was cited for drug possession on SH 37 Tuesday, according to state police. Michele D. MckENNA, 45, was cited for unlawful possession of marijuana and driving without head lights at 12:15 a.m., police said. She was cited and released. LOUISVILLE - A Massena woman was cite

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Franklin Co. to discuss 2018 budget

MALONE - The Franklin County Legislature will hold a special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 28, to discuss the tentative 2018 budget. The full board will review the spending plan beginning at 10 a.m. and hold a call to order at 11 a.m. to conduct any other business that comes before its membership. The meeti

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-24 14:39:38

Retailers gear up for Small-Business Saturday

TUPPER LAKE - Ann Hoag of Cabin Fever Floral and Gifts is excited to see campaigns like this weekend's Small-Business Saturday get behind owners like her. American Express and local chambers of commerce sponsor the annual event, which focuses consumer attention on their neighbors and friends who mak

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-23 19:49:18

Potsdm man charged with strangulation

POTSDAM -- A Potsdam man was charged with strangulation and criminal mischief Nov. 22 at 8:33 p.m. Derrick L. Hamilton, 35, was charged with second-degree strangulation and criminal mischief with intent to damage property. He was released on appearance tickets. POTSDAM -- A Potsdam man was charged w

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2017-11-23 18:01:00

Canton Chamber appoints new director

CANTON -- The Canton Chamber of Commerce has hired a new executive director to replace retiring director Sally Hill who has served at the helm of the organization for the last 20 years. Allison Bauer started work Monday, Nov. 13. Bauer, a 2016 SUNY Potsdam graduate who majored in business administra

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A. A. Kingston Middle School in Potsdam names its students of the block

POTSDAM -- Students of the block for the first block of the school year were recently acknowledged at A. A. Kingston Middle School in Potsdam. Students are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement, citizenship, and extra curricular activities. Outstanding effort and attitude are highly valued

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2017-11-24 15:30:00

Fish reacting to cold temp, fishing in full swing

Anglers that chose to skip the malls on Black Friday generally were rewarded with some nice catches. Action on flounder is at or near its peak, with reports continuing to come in with quality flounder making up most of the two-fish stringers brought in by fishermen. The water is cold enough to gener

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 00:30:00

Council hears update on water, wastewater projects

The city hired engineering firm Freese & Nichols to conduct a study on the current condition of the three water and wastewater treatment plants and the city's wastewater collection system that were part of a bond proposition citizens voted in favor of improving in November.Item file photo Progress i

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-24 13:25:00

Item accepting donations for annual toy drive

Item file photoThere's still plenty of time to help out young children and teenagers during the holidays with The Huntsville Item's toy drive. Folks can come by The Item, located at 1409 10th St., and select a list to shop from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 'Tis the season of giving, so The Huntsville Item is on

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-24 13:01:00

Things to think about on Thanksgiving Day

ou might want to think with me about today being Thanksgiving, and how that gives us the opportunity to express our gratitude to the Almighty for the astonishing good things he has done for us - like making us Texans. It's perfectly obvious and self-evident, from Dallas to Laredo, how well blessed w

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-23 16:00:00

I feel a 'thank you' coming on

I 've said it once, and I'll say it again. There's no time like the present to say 'thank you" to people, learn to be grateful and demonstrate heartfelt gratitude. Time is precious and fleeting right before our eyes. Whether it's romantic, professional or a friendly relationship, showing gratitude

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-23 13:34:00

Boys & Girls Club of Walker County coming down homestretch for clubhouse fundraising

When Michelle Spencer took the reins as executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Walker Country in 2005, she was managing one after-school program, serving 75 children. Today, in partnership with the Huntsville Independent School District and other local agencies, the nonprofit agency serves a

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-23 13:25:00

New addition to statue's visitor center to be named after former mayor

Former Huntsville Mayor Bill Hodges will forever be immortalized for his dedication to the community and his passion for making it the city it is today after Tuesday's meeting of the Huntsville City Council. Council members unanimously approved naming the new addition to the Sam Houston Statue Visit

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Recycling not to be picked up Thursday or Friday

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the City of Huntsville solid waste services will not be picking up residential recycling Thursday or Friday. Recycling pickup will resume as scheduled for next week, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Commercial garbage pickup will occur today, as well as on Friday. "There will be

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John Gillooly: Westerly-Stonington rivalry has stood the test of time

STONINGTON, Conn. - I drove 50 miles from Providence on Thursday morning to go back to the future. Having covered Thanksgiving Day high school football games for half a century, I've seen a lot of changes in the holiday games, especially in the last decade or so because of the Interscholastic League

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-24 01:57:41

Mystic Garden Club Greens Sale the first weekend of December

The Mystic Garden Club annual Greens Sale will be held at the Mystic Museum of Art at 9 Water Street , Mystic on Friday December 1 from noon to 3 pm and Saturday December 2 from 9 am to 1 pm. Items for sale include beautifully decorated wreaths, boxwood trees, custom bows, tabletop arrangements and

PATCH - 2017-11-25 00:27:56

2 more Benny's stores closing on Monday, leaving only 3 still open

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - The shutdown of the Benny's retail chain continues, as the company announced Friday that two more stores are set to close next week. The locations in East Greenwich and Wakefield will permanently close at 5 p.m. Monday. That leaves just three stores from the iconic sto

WPRI - 2017-11-24 18:53:38

North Stonington residents to vote Monday on proposed budget

North Stonington - Residents on Monday will vote for the first time on the proposed budget for 2017-18. The polls will be open from noon to 8 p.m. at Town Hall. This is the first time the $19.25 million general government budget is being put to a vote this year, as North Stonington officials held of

THEDAY - 2017-11-25 02:49:00