Live music series kicks off in June in Massena
MASSENA — Local band favorite 10 Cent Green will kick off the 2022 Concerts in the Park series at the newly renovated Springs Park bandshell on West Hadfield Street Thursday, June 2.
The series, hosted and organized by the Massena Chamber of Commerce since 1959, will feature a variety of live music every Thursday from June 2 until Aug. 18.
Concerts will start at 6 p.m.
If there is rain, the show will be moved to the St. Lawrence County mall.
The full band schedule includes:
June 2 – 10 Cent Green
June 9 – Motley 315
'Watch us Fly' aerial and dance show planned in Massena
Pole instructor Mai Sato will perform at the “Watch Us Fly” Aerial & Dance Showcase Saturday, May 21 at 6 p.m. at the Fly Factory, 54. E. Orvis St. Photo submitted by Annette Swamp.
Potsdam Police Blotter May 11
0033 Traffic stop on Pierrepont Avenue
0041 Trespassing complaint on Barclay Street
0055 Traffic stop on Pierrepont Avenue
0101 Traffic stop on Market Street
0200 Property check on Elm Street
0219 Property check on Market Street
0238 Property check on Pioneer Drive
0244 Property check on Main Street
0315 Property check on Maple Street
0323 Property check on Clarkson Avenue
0452 Potsdam rescue dispatched to a call
0645 Special detail on Lawrence Avenue
0836 Welfare check on Leroy Street
St. Lawrence University to award honorary degrees on Sunday
Area students on President's List at Southern New Hampshire University
The following St. Lawrence County students were named to the President's List for the winter term at Southern New Hampshire University.
They include Rebecca Thompson, Christy Chase and Sean Newcombe, all of DeKalb Junction, Kenneth Taylor of Lisbon, Kara Mouser of Harrisville, Jarrett Phillips and Joshua Lynch, both of Massena; Courtney Lindsay of Norwood, Jason Mauldin of Norfolk, and Brandin Cousineau of Potsdam.
Local students on Dean's List at Southern New Hampshire University
Three St. Lawrence County students were named to the Dean's List for the winter term at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, N.H.
They aree Sarah Hayden of Star Lake, Nicole Bell and Gorden Stevens, both of Gouverneur.
Opinion: Ogdensburg Garden Club's 'Garden Gifts Galore' event a success
To the Editor:
The Ogdensburg Garden Club held a successful "Gardens Gifts Galore" Auction on Friday May 6,2022. The proceeds from this fundraiser will be used for the many city gardens maintained by the club.
Massena Amvets Post 4 elects new officers
MASSENA -- Massena Amvets Post 4 has several newly elected officers willing to serve the Amvets and community at large.
The election was recently held at the Amvets Post, 12 Andrews St., Massena.
Opinion: Students in SUNY Potsdam grant writing course say thank you
To the Editor:
Students in SUNY Potsdam’s COMP 322 Grant Writing course would like to thank two local professionals who spoke with us about their work in the nonprofit sector. We appreciate the time, insight, and guidance of Fred Hanss, Potsdam Village Director of Planning and Development and Tracy Ormsbee, publisher of Adirondack Explorer magazine and news website, both of whom joined our class for extended conversations.
Opinion: The Great Replacement as old as America itself, says Morristown man
To the Editor:
“Civilization’s going to pieces…The idea is if we don’t look out the white race will be – will be utterly submerged…It’s up to us, who are the dominant race, to watch out or these other races will have control of things.” – Tom Buchanan, in The Great Gatsby