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Massena chamber applauds four

The Massena Chamber of Commerce honored four local people for contributions to the business community at their 2019 annual dinner. Above are Business Leadership Award winner Denise Laneuville, left, and Volunteer of the Year Tori LaShomb. See story for more details.

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OGDENSBURG – Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority Director Wade Davis will resign his position Jan. 17. OBPA Board Chairman Sam Burns said he received the letter Thursday. “As Chair of the Board, I have asked the Personnel Committee to meet as soon as possible next week to discuss the next step the Board will take regarding that position,” he said. During his tenure Davis helped the authority has... Read More >>
CANTON -- Democratic candidate for Congress Tedra Cobb has been endorsed by the 12- Democratic Party Chairs in New York’s 21st Congressional District. “I am proud to have earned the support of the County Chairs,” said Cobb. “To fight for affordable healthcare, protect people with pre-existing conditions, and preserve Medicare and Social Security, we must elect new leadership. Cong. Stefanik has... Read More >>
Above are Business Leadership Award winner Denise Laneuville, left, and Volunteer of the Year Tori LaShomb. MASSENA -- The Massena Chamber of Commerce honored four local people for contributions to the business community at their 2019 annual dinner. The event, dubbed “Winter Wonderland,” was held Thursday, Dec. 12 at Vino Vidi Vici, 10 W. Orvis St. The Business Leadership Award went to Denise... Read More >>
MASSENA -- Massena Central School District voters on Thursday approved a $49.6 million capital project by a wide margin. The tally was 346 in favor and 41 opposed. The $49.6 million project will renovate all of the district buildings. It is being largely funded with state aid and out of the district's capital reserve account, so they are expecting it will have no impact on school taxes. District... Read More >>
BY ANDY GARDNERNorth Country This Week MASSENA -- The final presentation of a local government consolidation study recommends combining the town and village highway garages, and having them both managed by one administrator. It also suggests the village and town work together to have one person working as an administrator for all of their departments, and merging the town and village courts. The... Read More >>