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St. Lawrence County Traffic Safety Board reminds North Country motorists to be on the lookout for deer

Workers from Community Bank branches in Canton, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Waddington celebrate good neighbor day

Potsdam sidewalks in 'good' shape compared to other communities, says Clarkson survey

Ice expected to be ready at Canton pavilion Saturday

St. Lawrence County Chamber annual awards dinner to recognize local businesses

Women's Business Bootcamp Luncheon next week in Canton

Fairfield by Marriot in Canton to celebrate grand opening next week

Large, 3.5-square mile solar electric project planned for Canton; to bring jobs, PILOT, sheep farming

Baseline concussion screening held at local high schools

Picket expanded to Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Canton campus today to protest health insurance costs for workers

Ogdensburg candidates share ideas for development, easing business restrictions, stabilizing taxes

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Oct 11, 11:30 am

Downtown Florist in Massena celebrating 15 years in business with giveaway

Potsdam resident charged with DWAI following property-damage accident in Canton

Martin to receive Elizabeth Baxter Award which honors Ogdensburg history

St. Lawrence County Chamber honoring SeaComm, Mike’s Trophies, In-Law Brewing at dinner Oct. 16

Ideal fall weather on tap for Columbus Day weekend in St. Lawrence County

Hogansburg man charged with falsely reporting motorcycle accident to police

Massena Memorial Hospital honors employees during Healthcare Foodservice Workers Week

About 240 LPNs and techs expected to picket Potsdam hospital tomorrow

Sen. Ritchie asking St. Lawrence County residents to participate in 'Christmas Cards for Our Troops'

Town of Potsdam to seek proposals for solar array on old landfill

SLHS has new nurse practitioner at Gouverneur Hospital to join OB/GYN team

Colton Amvets tour camp in Pierrepont for disabled vets to enjoy

Conservation officials accepting Arbor Day Poster Contest submissions from North Country 5th graders through Dec. 20

Colton-Pierrepont Central student charged with making terroristic threat

Ogdensburg Public Library’s 'Great Give Back' program collecting donations for St. Lawrence SPCA

Clarkson University’s Shipley Center named finalist for international award

SeaComm makes $500 donation to 35th annual Massena Meals On Wheels radio telethon

DEC staff tracks Blanding’s turtles at study sites in St. Lawrence County

NYPA removing Massena, Waddington, Louisville docks buoys later this month

Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club celebrates 55 years

Four St. Lawrence County fire departments will share state funding to purchase new equipment

Star Lake man arrested after breaking into Fine home to steal TVs, money, deputies say

Potsdam Town writes 'use of force' policy for armed court peace officer

Potsdam Snack Pack Program receives $1,000 donation

UH employees in O'burg to become first graduates from direct support professional apprenticeship program

State funding available for homeowners living along St. Lawrence River who were impacted by flooding

DEC asking for help monitoring seedlings to measure impact of deer browsing

Potsdam-based Health Initiative seeks nominations for Patrick 'Bird' Kerr Award

State officials dedicate stretch of Route 37 in Ogdensburg to the late Chuck Kelly

State police charge Farmington man after boat stolen from Hammond recovered in Ontario

New parking meters in downtown Potsdam on hold until spring

Oswegatchie Girl Scouts start 2019-20 with pumpkin patch tour

Massena Public Library gets permanent endowment with NNY Community Foundation

Tentative 2020 St. Lawrence County budget: No tax rate increase, $1.2 million levy hike

Licensed family nurse practitioner providing services at St. Lawrence University Health Center in Canton

DeKalb Junction woman charged with harassment, resisting arrest after spitting in face of deputy

New physician assistant joins Massena Memorial Hospital staff at St. Lawrence Internists

Ribbon-cutting, open house planned Oct. 17 at E.J. Noble Professional Building in Canton

Canton village and town, Rensselaer Falls trustees approve comprehensive plan; Falls residents concerned about zoning issue