Here are stories posted on the homepage during the past week beginning 36 hours ago.

Potsdam library renovations not likely to be ready for the public until May

Publication calls SUNY Canton ‘pet-friendly’

Potsdam High School expects to offer third day of in-person learning to students

Potsdam study shows people sat longer but exercised more during early pandemic months

North Country Rep. Stefanik co-sponsors bill to get chiropractic covered by Medicare

Winter weather advisory in effect for St. Lawrence County due to heavy snow, gusty winds

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jan 16, 10:00 am

One new COVID-19 case reported in Akwesasne, 54 residents quarantined

Ogdensburg woman charged with DWI with child in vehicle following accident in Waddington, deputies say

Ogdensburg city manager expects to give police reform update at Jan. 25 meeting

Potsdam researcher examining climate change’s effect on Arctic ice

Appointments being accepted for COVID-19 vaccinations at SUNY Potsdam

Hopkinton Town Council seeking candidates to fill out vacant board spot

St. Lawrence County Public Health reports 118 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, Jan. 15

Massena, Ogdensburg men charged with raping 15-year-old girl

Attorney general reminds sheriffs of tenants' rights during eviction moratorium

Both Canton justices recuse from Ogdensburg mayor's harassment case

Potsdam researcher getting NSF support to study e-commerce fraud prevention

Madrid-Waddington goes to remote learning; Lisbon Central extends remote classes

Massena-based SeaComm to open 8th branch in spring

Sen. Griffo calls vaccine distribution 'survival of the fittest' as New Yorkers fight for spots in line

Ogdensburg deputy mayor calls on banks to reduce escrow accounts to reflect 10% tax cut

Several new COVID-19 infections reported at United Helpers facilities in Canton, Ogdensburg

North Country's state reps critical of Cuomo's state of the state remarks

Ogdensburg city attorneys petition State Supreme Court to stay firefighters demand for arbitration

Seven new cases of COVID-19 reported in Akwesasne today

Ogdensburg mayor to face harassment charge, case moved to Canton court due to judge recusals

SLC Arts seeks submissions for black and white art exhibit

Volunteer helps Ogdensburg United Helpers workers get fit tested for N95 masks

Staff at Ogdensburg prison raise money to buy restaurant cards for United Helpers workers

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jan 14, 10:22 am

Potsdam Central finalizing plans for COVID-19 testing, staff vaccinations

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jan 14, 10:21 am

Canton DMV closes due to positive COVID-19 case

Potsdam Central elementary dismissing early due to staff shortage caused by COVID case

Rep. Stefanik and Vice President Mike Pence will visit Fort Drum this weekend

First of St. Lawrence County’s COVID-19 vaccination centers set up at SUNY Potsdam

Stefanik votes against second Trump impeachment

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe reporting five new cases of COVID-19

70 new COVID-19 cases in St. Lawrence County, three more dead

Massena Town Clerk's Office closed part of Thursday, all day Friday

NY National Guard will be on SUNY Potsdam campus to help set up mass vaccination site

Ogdensburg city manager reopens Lockwood Arena

United Helpers reports 12th death at Canton facility

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jan 13, 11:36 am

Veteran Ogdensburg firefighter suspended without pay, laid-off union member reinstated

SLC Board of Health president encouraging young, healthy people to get COVID vaccine too

Above average temps expected this week in St. Lawrence County

SeaComm cancels Super Saturday tax preparation events normally held in February, March

Canton Central students plead with school board for sports, art, musical opportunities

Donaldson Funeral Home, with locations in Potsdam and Massena, announces new funeral director

DEC encourages ice fishing at North Country ponds, lakes and reservoirs

Ogdensburg prison's Make a Difference Commitee gives more than $1,500 in gift certificates to United Helpers

St. Lawrence County health care providers and government officials scrambling to keep up with vaccine demand