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Morristown Woman Upset Over Letter About Water Supply
Patricia Toti and her husband plan on spending their golden years in the home they recently purchased in Morristown. But after getting a letter late last month, Toti has regrets.
Gouverneur man charged with driving while intoxicated in the town of LeRay, deputies say
CALCIUM, NY — Stephen K. Bartlett, 31, of 1116 Larch Circle, Apt. C, Gouverneur, was charged by Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies at 1:11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at Lake’s Trailer Park, 24428 Route 11, in the town of LeRay with driving while intoxicated and imprudent speed.
Mrs. Alberta M. Scott, 91, formerly of Ogdensburg
A Funeral Mass for Mrs. Alberta M. Scott, age 91 of Mitchellville, MD and formerly of Ogdensburg will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday (Dec 10, 2018) at St. Mary’s Cathedral with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating.
High school basketball roundup: Bacon’s 37 points guide Red Raiders over Warriors, 71-69
OGDENSBURG — Tyler Bacon connected for 37 points as Massena went to overtime to defeat Indian River, 71-69, in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday at Ogdensburg Free Academy.
James E. Whitcomb, 56, of Morley
James E. Whitcomb, 56, of Morley, died on Monday, December 3, 2018 at his home. James was born January 22, 1962 in Ogdensburg, the son of Edward and Nancy (Whitman) Whitcomb. He graduated from Canton High School and served in the United States Navy. On March 26, 1986, James was united in marriage to
Fowler Woman Killed In Weekend Crash
A 95 year old Fowler woman was killed in a crash over the weekend in St. Lawrence County. State police said Anna Reilly died after two cars collided at the intersection of State Highway 58 and Country Club Road in the town of Fowler.
Ogdensburg Land Bank begins plans for fighting blight
OGDENSBURG -- The Ogdensburg Land Bank Corporation hopes to have a proposal of property acquisitions and goals early next year. The group held its organizational meeting earlier this week and is working toward identifying goals for utilizing the award of funding to address community vacancy, and bli
Faster Internet Coming To St. Lawrence County
Faster internet is coming to parts of St. Lawrence County. "We are getting into the modern world and it's about time. I'm very excited," said Mike Crowe, who owns property in Russell.
New York's only certified boudoir photo studio celebrates grand opening near Ogdensburg
OGDENSBURG -- Sheer Lace Photography, LLC celebrated its grand opening with the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, Nov. 24 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The studio is located at 7713 State Highway 68, Apt #1.
Craft and vendor fair planned for Dec. 8 in Ogdensburg
OGDENSBURG — The Canton-based Youth Advocate Programs will host a craft and vendor fair on Saturday, Dec. 8 at the United Helpers Mosaic Building, 100 Ford St., from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Anastasia "Ann" Cordwell Casselman, 88, of Ogdensburg
Funeral services for Anastasia "Ann" Cordwell Casselman, age 88 of Ogdensburg, will be held on Saturday Dec 8, 2018 at 3:45pm at the Foxwood Memorial Park Chapel with Rev. Paul Dettmer officiating.
Ogdensburg Pushes To Get SkyWest Airlines
There's a major push to get a new airline for Ogdensburg and the question is - how does Massena fit into the picture?. Monday night, the Massena Town Board voted to recommend that Boutique Air get the new federal contract to continue serving the Massena Airport.
State money will provide personal alarm systems to 4,000 teachers, staff members
CANTON — At the touch of a wearable button, more than 4,000 teachers and some staff members in 32 school districts and technical centers will soon be able to activate a personal safety alarm that’s linked to police, firefighters and medical providers,
Ogdensburg Gets $1M To Improve Wastewater Treatment System
The city of Ogdensburg is getting more than $1 million in federal funding to improve its wastewater treatment system. The announcement was made Monday by U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
Margaret Pauline “Peggy” Corrice, 79, of Ogdensburg
Margaret Pauline “Peggy” Corrice, age 79, of Ogdensburg, NY, passed away peacefully at Claxton Hepburn Medical Center on Tuesday, November 27, 2018. Margaret is survived by her loving husband, Anthony “Tony” Corrice; four children, Colleen Corrice, of Mooers Forks, NY, Anthony C. Corrice, of Oviedo,
Ogdensburg's Odd Fellows Hall To Become New School Bus Facility
Local developer Mike Lundy has bought Ogdensburg's Odd Fellows Hall and will turn it into a new school bus facility. The building, located at the corner of Linden Street and Route 37, will be a new transportation center for First Student.
Ogdensburg denied grant to fix Lafayette-Spring Street bridge, boat launch could close
OGDENSBURG -- Ogdensburg City Council was denied $1.5 million grant to rehabilitate Lafayette-Spring Street Bridge, which could force a boat launch closure and restrict boat traffic under the bridge.
Hammond man charged with speeding, aggravated unlicensed operation in Morristown
Steven L. Lunan, 34, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and speeding, officers said.
North Country Public Radio’s director of content and broadcasting to retire at end of year
CANTON -- As North Country Public Radio concludes their 50th anniversary year, the station is holding an all-day open house Tuesday, Dec. 11 between 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m. at its studios located at 80 E. Main St. (US Route 11) in Canton.
Schools Get Help At The Push Of A Button
An alarm might be going off soon in a school near you. A teacher can push a panic button to set it off and local police and emergency responders are also notified. “As soon as a situation arises, whether it be a true terroristic type threat to the district or whether it be a child that has a medical