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

More than 200 students to remain at SUNY campuses in Canton and Potsdam

Massena village researching videoconferencing options for future meetings

Still no confirmed COVID-19 cases in St. Lawrence County; 195 tested, 21 quarantined

Massena Town Clerk's Office closed to public until further notice

Story from, Mar 23, 12:53 pm

St. Lawrence County Public Health: No confirmed COVID-19 cases yet; maintain social distancing in all activities

Story from, Mar 23, 12:52 pm

St. Lawrence Health System suspending some outpatient services in Canton, Potsdam

Story from, Mar 23, 12:51 pm

Clarkson University extends deadline for fall 2020 deposits

Story from, Mar 23, 12:48 pm

St. Lawrence County Funeral Directors Association: No visitations, viewings or funerals due to COVID-19 concerns

Village trustees accept resignation of Potsdam police officer

1844 House in Potsdam ceases take-out program as state tightens coronavirus restrictions

St. Lawrence County public transit temporarily reduces its service

Many St. Lawrence County banks close lobbies, but keep drive-thrus, ATMS open in response to COVID-19

St. Lawrence County Sheriff reminds residents of governor's 'pause' order; state's 10-point plan shared

Drive-up COVID-19 testing now available in Watertown

College students will be directed to use where they attend college as address for 2020 census

Massena school board approves allowing therapy dogs

 Northern Credit Union offering COVID-19 ‘financial relief loans’

16 quarantined, 174 tested for COVID-19, no postive results in St. Lawrence County

Breaking: No positive COVID-19 tests yet in St. Lawrence County, despite confusion over dated address

Story from, Mar 22, 12:28 pm

Village of Gouverneur declares State of Emergency; police trying to limit in-person contact

First Presbyterian Church of Canton cancels March services, events due to COVID-19 pandemic

Most St. Lawrence County food pantries still open, some with drive-thru or curb-side pickup amid COVID-19 crisis

Hopkinton shuts down municipal buildings

Price Chopper providing raises for workers