Moira firm hired for sewage removal at NYPA power project in Massena
MASSENA – Brockway Sanitation Service of Moira has been chosen by the New York Power Authority to provide sewage removal and disposal services for the St. Lawrence-Franklin D., Roosevelt Power Project.
The contract, for up to three years, pays $85,000 and includes annual pumping of septic tanks and other holding tanks, transportation, and sewage disposal.
Funeral services for 39 year old Shelly A. Donnelly, of 105 Austin Ridge Road, Norwood, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Buck Funeral Home in Norwood with Rev. Lee Sweeney presiding. Calling hours will be Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., and Wednesday 12 noon until the time of the funeral at the Buck Funeral Home in Norwood. Shelly passed away Sunday at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg.
Owner of just-closed Angelo's Seafood in Potsdam takes job at Deer Valley Trails
By CRAIG FREILICH
POTSDAM – The owner of a seafood restaurant which has closed has taken a job as a chef in St. Regis Falls.
Angelo Landi, Jr., owner of Angelo’s Fresh Seafood and Takeout, 43 Maple St., which closed, last week, has taken a job as executive chef at Deer Valley Trails in St. Regis Falls .
Landi said the general economic situation and the oils spill in the Gulf of Mexico this year were factors in his decision to close the business.
“The economy has been rough over he last year,” Landi said.
Parishville, Colton United Methodist churches plan Christmas Eve services
The Parishville and Colton United Methodist Churches' Christmas Eve services are set.
On Dec. 24 at 3 p.m., a Service of Candlelight and Carols will be held at the Parishville United Methodist Church on Main Street. All ages are invited but especially young children are encouraged to attend this convenient early time for worship.
That evening at 7 p.m., a Service of Candlelight and Carols will be at the Colton United Methodist Church on the hill. All are invited to worship and enjoy the voices of the choir in this traditional service.
Massena Home Based Head Start received a generous gift from Waldens book store at St. Lawrence Centre Mall. The donated books are used to support its lending library system. Shown here thanking Macy Mickle of Walden's book store staff are head start students Aden Thompson and Olivia Murray.
Opposes third Oxley trial
Come on St. Lawrence County, we are broke...so let’s try Wayne Oxley for a third time and waste more of the tax payers money. I am not saying guilty or innocent, I am saying couldn’t we be putting a little more food in the children’s mouths or helping someone find a home who needs one?
I-98: leave the city where it is
To the Editor:
I agree with the letter from John Danis about the proposed I-98. I am also opposed to this ridiculous plan. People who support this project can be divided into three groups:
Massena Chamber announces winners of coloring contest
MASSENA - The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of their Coloring Contest that was held at Santa Comes Downtown on Saturday, Dec. 3.
SUNY Canton College Foundation to fund 12 campus 'enhancements'
CANTON -- The SUNY Canton College Foundation recently announced the recipients of the 5th annual Campus Enhancement Awards.
Last year, more than 190 employees donated more than $55,000 to the foundation through payroll deductions.
Awards this year are going toward:
• software for students with disabilities
• a student health initiative through the counseling office
• healthy eating and life-saving training programs
• a math peer study group
• a professional practice field trip for students in the graphic and multimedia design program
CPH pediatricians warn parents to check for toy safety during holiday season
Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s pediatricians want parents who will be buying toys this holiday season to follow some guidelines that can help ensure the safety of loved ones.
They warn parents to check that painted toys are decorated with lead-free paints. Teddy bears and stuffed animals should have stitched eyes, to avoid choking hazards in small children. Any fabrics children will use should be classified as flame resistant or flame retardant. And the packaging on crayons and paints should read ‘non-toxic’ and ‘ASTM D-4236.’