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Man struck with basball bat at Waddington beach; two suspects charged, maybe more arrests to come
Deputies say an investigation revealed Kasey E. Jones, 18, of North Lawrence, had struck the man with the bat. During the confrontation between multiple people, Sarah E. Fenn, 21, allegedly violated a no-contact order of protection against another person involved, police said..
Five contaminated county-owned properties in Massena will be cleaned up with help from state
Above are the former Cornell's Dry Cleaning and the former Gardner's Garage, 141 and 133 Water St. They county, which now owns both, believes they are contaminated and along with three other properties in Massena will be cleaned with state money. North Country Now photo by Andy Gardner.
Massena man charged with July 4 domestic violence incident that allegedly spanned three towns
A Massena man is facing five counts after being charged with a July 4 domestic violence incident that began at the Norwood Field Day and ended in Canton.Troopers say they charged Todd J. Beamis, 42, with second-degree unlawful imprisonment, third-degree assault, criminal obstruction of breathing, fo
Third teen suspect in Massena High School vandalism charged with criminal trespass
Due to an erroneous report from state police, North Country Now on Wednesday published a story stating the teen, who police are not identifying due to his age, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony.
Former Canton man gets prison for attempted burglary
Daniel J. Roe, 29, formerly of 21 State St., now an inmate at the St. Lawrence County jail, was sentenced as a second-felony offender to six years in prison for his May 15 guilty plea to second-degree attempted burglary, the reduced first count of the indictment charging him with first-degree burgla
Massena woman charged with huffing, harassment, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest twice in a week
MASSENA -- A village resident was charged on Tuesday for the second time in less than a week with huffing, harassment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.Brandy M. Delosh, 26, of Maple Street was charged with single counts of illegal possession of a toxic vapor, second-degree harassment, resist
Canton Police Department blotter, July 11-18
Canton Police Department blotter, July 11-18On 7/11/18 at 3:11pm Feguens Florestal age 28 of Seaford DE was issued a UTT for unsafe backing of vehicle. The ticket was issued as a result of a property damage accident on Main St. The ticket is returnable in Canton Town Court on 7/25/18.On 7/12/18 at 9
Information on decaying Massena signs proving difficult to track down
"I have worked with the chambers on this. They have no back information on it. Nobody seems to know when, who put them up or nothing. They do need to be replaced. Working with the chambers, they'd like to move forward," Cunningham said. "All the entities that have signs on there ... none of them kno
Massena man charged with DWAI-drugs
MASSENA — State police on May 11 charged Levi S. Wilson, 22, of 18 Meadow St., with misdemeanor driving while ability impaired by drugs. He was also cited with failure to keep right and imprudent speed,
Massena man announces candidacy for Massena Town Council seat
“I’ve had a lot of people tell me I should run. I’ve always been interested in getting jobs and businesses here in Massena and the surrounding areas,” said Mr. Zender, 69, who moved to Massena “40-some years ago.”
Sober Street man charged with DWI
State police on July 9 charged John E. Carlin, 28, of 22 Sober St., Norfolk, with felony driving while intoxicated. He was also cited with windshield tint violation, no/insufficient tail lamps and no/inadequate plate lamp.
Massena police arrest third teen in connection to high school vandalism
By ANDY GARDNERMASSENA -- Village police have arrested a third teen as part an investigation into vandalism at Massena High School.On Friday, July 13 at 1:46 p.m., police charged an 18-year-old male with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony, in connection with the case.
Potsdam Police Blotter July 17
Sterling R. Grant, 34, of Parishville, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana at 10 a.m. Tuesday. He was charged after an investigation of a report of drug paraphernalia located in a parking lot earlier in the morning.Richard L. Moulton III, 18, was charged with failure to stop at a red l
Village of Massena officials taking action to address code violations at Massena School of Business
He said, despite several attempts to reach the prior and current owners, they have received no response and the number of code violations have continued to build up.
Two drivers charged in Massena
MASSENA -- Village police say they recently charged two motorists:• Marah S. Butterfield, 27, of county Route 14, Canton was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, unlicensed operator, uninspected motor vehicle and speeding at 4:16 p.m. Monday on Main Street.
Summer block party Friday at Tupper Lake Bowl featuring Double Axel
TUPPER LAKE -- Big Tupper Brewing will once again host a Summer Block Party on Friday, July 20, featuring Potsdam band Double Axel.Beginning at 4 p.m. at the BTB pub, the Deep Blue Band will kick things off with an exciting live blues experience. These talented musicians deliver a tasty performance
Driver hospitalized after going into Saranac River
CADYVILLE, N.Y. (WCAX)A driver has been hospitalized after going into the Saranac River.It happened this morning on Route 3 between Cadyville and Saranac. The driver was taken to Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital.There was no immediate word on their condition or what caused the crash.
Free chili community dinner Thursday at Massena United Methodist Church
MASSENA -- The United Methodist Church is offering a free chili dinner to the community on Thursday, July 19 from 4-5:30 p.m.Also included will be dessert and a beverage.Doors open at 3 p.m.Donations are accepted.Call the office at 315-769-8036 Friday morning to see if there are meals still availabl
Supervisor refuses to say whether town or hospital fund are paying interim Massena Memorial CEO's salary
By ANDY GARDNERMASSENA -- When questioned by a Massena resident, the town supervisor refused to say if the interim Massena Memorial Hospital CEO is being paid out of the town budget or the hospital budget.The question came from Gary Edwards, a former town supervisor, during public comment at Wednesd
Cyclist's request for help with traffic light sensors results in village resolution to DOT
Bill Griffin of Pennsylvania, who lives at 2 Elderkin St. when he comes up to Potsdam each summer, brought the issue to the attention of trustees.