Philibert Cultural Center & Museum in Massena holding Friday open house with vintage toys
MASSENA -- The Celine G. Philibert Cultural Center and Museum, 79 Main St., will hold a holiday open house Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. that includes a vintage toy display.
The display includes items that have been donated to the museum. It includes a combination checkers/chess/backgammon game that can be folded to look like a book and stored on a book shelf. That was donated by Massena resident Lois Nicandri, museum officials said.
What's Going On: Santa breakfast in Norwood, rocco bread bake in Canton, coffee in Morristown
ON THE MENU SATURDAY
NORWOOD: All you can eat breakfast with Santa photo included; 9 a.m.-1 p.m; free for kids 1 and under, $10 ages 2-11, $15 ages 12+; or $5 for Santa photo only; proceeds benefit Richard E. Winter Cancer Center “Warrior Fund”; Finenmaple, 529 Austin Ridge Rd; for info email [email protected]; 315-353-2015.
Rocco bread bake
Canton village and town boards holding joint meeting Monday with anticipated executive session
CANTON -- The Canton Village Board of Trustees and the Canton Town Board will hold a joint meeting Monday, Dec. 16, in the court room of the Municipal Building, 60 Main St., Canton, at 5:30 p.m.
The boards are expected to conduct an executive session to discuss any of the issues identified as proper by Public Officers Law 105(1), said a press release from the village.
Upon conclusion of the joint meeting, the Canton Village Board of Trustees will convene their regular meeting.
Clarkson prof honored with collaborator in Japan
POTSDAM -- Dr. Dana Barry, a research professor at Clarkson University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Materials Research Society of Japan (MRS-J), which she shared with her collaborator, Prof. Hideyuki Kanematsu of the National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College.
NORWOOD -- Charles K. Brown, 56, died on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Albany Medical Center, where he had been a patient since November 29, 2019.
Charlie was born May 21, 1963 in Kingston, New York, a son of the late Thomas and Juanita (Rydzewski) Brown. He graduated from Saugerties High School. On July 20, 2004, Charlie was married to Karla Cutway at 2:18 pm.
Three cited with traffic counts in Massena
MASSENA -- Village police say they recently charged the following drivers:
• Ashley L. Favreau, 28, of county Route 43, Massena was charged with speed not reasonable at 3:09 p.m. Dec. 11 on Haskell Street.
• Heath H. Savage, 55, of Hoosick Street, Troy was charged with speed not reasonable at 2:40 p.m. Dec. 11 on West Orvis Street.
• Crystal L. Cook, 38, of Grantville Road, Norfolk was charged with unsafe backing at 12:35 p.m. Dec. 10 on Martin Street.
Potsdam police blotter, Dec. 11
0222 Traffic stop on Clarkson A venue
0848 Assist citizen at Potsdam Police Department
0934 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call
1039 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call
1044 Assist with funeral precession
1045 Vehicle lockout on Pine Street
1059 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call
1125 Equipment inspection at Potsdam Police Department
1230 Assist with funeral precession
1331 Traffic stop on Park Street, verbal warning
1356 Patrols responded to the Middle School Annex for a disorderly student
Save The River seeks Gov. Cuomo's support in urging St. Lawrence Seaway to delay opening 2020 shipping season
CLAYTON – Save The River has requested the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo in urging that the St. Lawrence Seaway delay the opening of the spring 2020 shipping season.
In a letter addressed to Cuomo, Save The River asked this request be made now, rather than later in the winter, in order to allow the shipping industry to make necessary adjustments to their schedules, said a press release from the organization.
Edwards-Knox High School Leadership Class hosts fundraiser to help St. Lawrence County foster youth
Above, from left, are Jacob Yaeger, Edwards-Knox leadership teacher, seniors Halana Howland and Valaree Hale, and Malissa Hale, foster parent and program manager of Fostering Futures. Photo submitted by Jacob Yaeger.
Talks planned for Dec. 13, 18 on overuse of Adirondack Mountain trails
POTSDAM -- Two talks will be given this month on the overuse of trails in the Adirondack Mountains.
Overly popular trails impact waters and mountain summits, cause trail erosion, harm rare plants and wildlife, create risks for visitor safety, and threaten the wild character and wilderness character of the Adirondack Park.