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Better Hurry If You're Not Registered For Primaries Video included

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Time is running out to register to vote in next month's political primaries. 

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Lewis County Couple Accused Of Welfare Fraud

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A Copenhagen couple is facing charges after they allegedly lied about their welfare benefits. 

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Fifth Murder Suspect Returns To North Country

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A murder suspect was in court in the town of Pamelia for the first time Thursday night. 

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Astronomers Look Forward To Monday's Eclipse - And Beyond Video included

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North country astronomers are excited about Monday's eclipse of the sun, but they're also looking for some excitement a few years from now. 

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New York Air Brake Moving 40 Watertown Jobs To North Carolina Video included

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New York Air Brake says it's moving approximately 40 jobs from Watertown to North Carolina.

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Lions Greet New Season With New Leadership Video included

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The General Brown Lions hit the field early on the opening day of soccer practice. 

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United Way Kicks Off Lewis County Campaign Video included

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United Way of Northern New York is kicking off its main fund-raising effort. 

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Carthage Specialty Paperboard Admits Problems After OSHA Citations Video included

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Carthage Specialty Paperboard has dozens of citations, all of them labeled "serious". From holes and cracks in the floor to areas where employees could fall more than 10 feet and exposure to dangerous electrical work, OSHA is slapping the mill with almost $360,000 in fines.

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Corrections Officer Accused Of Sexual Abuse

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A corrections officer from Ohio has turned himself in to Watertown police, who then arrested him for allegedly molesting a child seven years ago.

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4 Indicted In Massena Robbery, Shooting

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Four people have been indicted in connection with a violent robbery in Massena in which one man was shot and another stabbed.

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Crews Work To Fix Broken Water Line In Town Of DeKalb

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Some people in the town of DeKalb are without water after a water line broke.

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Ogdensburg Pumping Millions Into Wastewater Treatment Plant Video included

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The city of Ogdensburg is getting ready to pump big money into its wastewater treatment plant. An upgraded plant could better serve residents and could be a tool for economic development.

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Lowville To Pay $12K For Study To Fix Water Woes Video included

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In Lowville, village officials are looking at options to fix the community's water shortage.

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Local Woman Excited To Meet Tim McGraw, Faith Hill Video included

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After a Tim McGraw concert three years ago ended horribly, an Ellisburg woman is getting a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Special Glasses Recommended For Eclipse Viewing Video included

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A solar eclipse is happening next Monday and doctors are concerned about viewers' safety.

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Zoo's Duncan The Eagle Dies

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Duncan the bald eagle has died. Officials at the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park announced his death Thursday. 

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Attorney General Says To Beware Of Flooding Repair Scams

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New York's attorney general has issued a consumer alert to homeowners impacted by flooding along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. 

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Washington Street Lane Reduction Underway Video included

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Motorists will see changes to one of the main arteries into Watertown from the south.

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Traffic Advisory: Watertown's Academy Street

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Part of Academy Street in Watertown will be closed for road work Thursday. 

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Strong Defense Key To R&B Success Video included

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The Watertown Red & Black defense has made its mark this season, in part thanks to an outstanding defensive back.

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Ogdensburg's Waterfront Repairs Could Cost $1.5 Million Video included

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This year's high waters continue to wreak havoc along the riverfront in Ogdensburg. The popular city dock now closed as parts are crumbling.

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Man Gets Prison Time For Scalding A Toddler

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A 19 year old Carthage man is going to prison in connection with the scalding of a toddler.

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Route 11 Road Work Takes Toll On Nearby Businesses Video included

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It has been a long four weeks for several businesses south of Watertown. But now the end is in sight.

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19 Operation Gravy Train Suspects Plead Guilty

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Things have been busy the past couple of days in St. Lawrence County Court as 19 defendants in the major drug sweep known as Operation Gravy Train entered guilty pleas.

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Fire Forces Senior Citizens To Evacuate Apartment Complex

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As many as 60 people had to evacuate a senior citizen apartment complex Wednesday after a small fire broke out.

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Festival Says Arrivederci To Miss Italia Pageant Video included

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The upcoming Bravo Italiano Festival is known for sausage, meatballs and pasta. But it's what's not going to be there this year that's the story

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Man & Woman Treated After Fox Tests Positive For Rabies,

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A man and a woman are undergoing treatment for exposure to rabies.

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Upstate Republicans Mostly Mum After Trump Blames 'Both Sides'

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Republican members of congress from upstate New York were largely silent Wednesday, after President Trump once again blamed "both sides" for last weekend's violence in Charlottesville.  

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Fort Drum, Civilian Community Train Together Video included

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The military and community trained side by side Wednesday. It was all part of an annual Fort Drum training exercise.

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Lowville Students Try Their Hand At TV News Video included

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Some kids play hide and seek. Others play house. These kids play news.

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Spezzano Named New Head Of SPCA Video included

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A new executive director has been named at the Jefferson County SPCA. Heather Spezzano will lead the agency.

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Horne's Ferry To Resume Operations Thursday

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Horne's Ferry in Cape Vincent should be back up and running Thursday.

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Carthage Native, Creator Of Veterans Crisis Line, Dies At 63

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Have you ever heard the name Dr. Janet Kemp? maybe not, but she's the reason 3 million U.S. veterans got help when they picked up the phone.

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Group Speaks Out Against Wind Project Video included

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A group called River Residents Against Turbines is speaking out about a project in Jefferson County.   

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Sandstoners, Vikings Prepare For Gridiron Season Video included

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Continuing our preseason look at high school football teams, Mel Busler checks in with two teams, Potsdam and Thousand Islands. 

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9 People Displaced After Fire Destroys Apartment Building Video included

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Nine people have been displaced after a fire ripped through a St. Lawrence County apartment building.

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Apartment Owner Concerned About Arsenal Street Bridge Work Video included

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The dust, the vibration and the noise. One landlord is not looking forward to a major project on one of Watertown's busiest streets.

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Man Injured After Pickup Strikes Bicycle

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A man was taken to the hospital late Tuesday afternoon after his bike was hit by a pickup truck in Watertown.

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Could This Be The Peak Of Boating Season? Video included

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Late summer could actually be the peak of boating season for many on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.

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2 More Breweries Are On Tap In Watertown Video included

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Brewing up business in Watertown - two more microbreweries are on tap to open up.

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5 Vehicles Crash On Coffeen Street In Watertown

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One person was taken away by ambulance following a five-vehicle accident in Watertown Tuesday.

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Jennings' Splashpark Idea Draws Criticism Video included

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A new proposal at Thompson Park: fill in the pool for a new splashpark. The splashpark proposal itself is nothing new, but putting it on the site of the closed pool is.

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Child Care Facility Being Built At SUNY Potsdam

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It was a day to dig at SUNY Potsdam. A new $6 million day care center is the project, which will replace the current facility at Merritt Hall.

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Sheriff Honors Local Heroes

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They're being called heroes and now they have official recognition for what they did.

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Watertown Schools Issue Reminders About Meal Program Video included

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When school starts in a couple of weeks, kids in Watertown will eat for free. So why are parents getting reminders to send cash with their kids or put money into their accounts?

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This Story Is Rated 'ARRRRR" Video included

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Pirate Days continues in Alexandria Bay with a meet and greet for families.

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Just Face It: Miss TI Pageant Video included

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This week on Just Face It: a winner is crowned. The Miss Thousand Islands Pageant was held Saturday at the Clayton Opera House.

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Fort Drum Expects Traffic Delays Near Black River Gate

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Traffic delays are expected near the Black River gate on Nash Boulevard at Fort Drum Wednesday.

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Potsdam Police Seek Help In Burglary Investigation

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Potsdam police are asking for help solving a burglary that happened earlier this month. 

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Council Discusses Signs & Splash Park, But No Solutions Found Video included

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There was a lot of talking at a Watertown city council meeting Monday night, but no solution for what to do with downtown sign laws. 

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Cyclones Look For Early Tests As Season's Set To Begin Video included

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The Watertown Cyclones are among the north country teams getting ready for the upcoming fall football season. 

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Heated Emails Exchanged In Impasse Between Watertown Firefighters, City Video included

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The fiery exchange of emails between Watertown's city manager and top fire department management shows the divide between the two sides has only gotten worse.

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Griffo: Getting Funding For Lowville's Water Woes Will Be Tough Video included

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A state Senator says he's willing to help Lowville with its ongoing water shortage, but he also says state help may not be easy to get.

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Work To Begin Wednesday On Watertown's Washington Street

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Watertown will begin reducing the lanes on Washington Street in front of city schools this Wednesday.

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Red Cross Has Emergency Need For Blood Video included

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It's a Week of Caring for the American Red Cross, which is holding a number of blood drives all over Jefferson and Lewis counties this week.

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Ogdensburg Closes City Docks Walkway Due To Flooding

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The city docks walkway along the river in the Ogdensburg Greenbelt is now closed to pedestrian traffic.

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Engine Trouble Stalls Horne's Ferry Video included

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Mechanical issues have knocked the ferry between Cape Vincent and Wolfe Island out of service.

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Watertown's Passenger Jet Service Really Takes Off Video included

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The return of passenger jet service to Watertown International Airport is taking off. Nearly 5,000 fliers departed or flew into Watertown's airport in the month of July.

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Assemblyman Retiring, St. Lawrence County Republican Mulls Run

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Marc Butler, Assemblyman in the 118th District, is retiring at the end of his current term. There's one Republican in St. Lawrence County who may seek the office.

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For Sale Signs May Go Up On Massena's Old GM Land Video included

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For sale signs may soon go up on the land of the shuttered GM plant in the town of Massena.

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Man Going To Prison In Connection With Police Chase

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A Rochester area man is going to prison for leading state police on a chase in a stolen car in Jefferson County. Christopher Pickett appeared Monday in county court, where he was sentenced to two to four years behind bars.

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Greig Man Accused Of Growing Marijuana

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A town of Greig man faces charges after law enforcement officials say they found a marijuana grow room where he lived.

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Your Turn: Free College In Prison, Lowville Water Woes & Signs Video included

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Should college courses be offered free to state prisoners? It's set to happen, but Senator Patty Ritchie has started a petition opposing it. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Stefanik Condemns 'Hatred, Bigotry,' in Charlottesville Violence

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North country congresswoman Elise Stefanik condemned the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.  

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Wellesley Island Home Destroyed By Fire Video included

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Firefighters battled a house fire on Wellesley Island from both land and river on Sunday. 

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Alleged Billy Club Attack Yields Assault Charge

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A Massena woman is accused of hitting a man several times in the head with a billy club.

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Driver Injured In Morristown Accident

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A man was airlifted to a Syracuse hospital after he wrapped his pickup truck around a tree in an accident over the weekend. 

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Woman Accused Of Setting Fire To Someone's Clothes

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A Castorland woman was jailed after she allegedly burned someone's clothes on her lawn over the weekend. 

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Man Charged With Grand Larceny In Construction Deal

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A Massena man is accused of taking money for construction work he didn't do. 

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Lots Of Antiques At TI Arts Center Show Video included

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Plenty of antiques and furniture could be found in Clayton over the weekend. 

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'Everybody's A Winner' At River Rat Tri Video included

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People were swimming, biking, and running for kids at the eighth annual River Rat Triathlon in Clayton over the weekend 

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Lowville Food Pantry Gets Help With Building Rehab Video included

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The Lowville Food Pantry has big plans for One of the buildings donated to them from the AMF Plant.

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Remembering the Past Key at West Martinsburg Cemetery Video included

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History doesn't die.. at least at one cemetery in Lewis County. On Sunday,  a group at the West Martinsburg Cemetery honored those who fought in America's early wars who were buried there by making sure they're always remembered.

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Road Work on Watertown's Arsenal St.

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Starting Sunday night, NYS Department of Transportation crews will begin nighttime road construction on Watertown's Arsenal Street.

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Wounded Marine Vet to Get New Home Built Special for His Family Video included

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People in Clayton are giving a warm welcome to the newest resident. former Marine Corporal Luke McDermott.

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This Auction in Sackets Harbor Gives "Chair-ity" a New Meaning Video included

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It's called a "Chair-ity" Auction.. Just like its name suggests, over 40 chairs and benches were up for auction Saturday at the Union Hotel in Sackets Harbor.

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Remembering Trooper Davis By Playing the Game He Loved Most Video included

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People who knew him best say Trooper Joel Davis was a big sports fan, especially baseball.  So Friday night, people were on the diamond in his honor. 

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Lowville Water Shortage: How Did No One See it Coming? Video included

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The village of Lowville's water shortage stems from an increase in water usage by the Kraft-Heinz plant and an aging water filtration system. But how did no one see this coming?

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Blast From the Past: Clayton's Resurgence Video included

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On this week's Blast From the Past, Clayton's resurgence. We got back close to 30 years to August 1988, with then reporter Jeff Paston. More>>

How More and More Refugees Are Fleeing to Canada Video included

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It started as a trickle. Some of them Haitians, many of them Muslims. And with most of them in fear of losing their legal status in the U.S. under the Trump Administration, lately that trickle has turned into a torrent.

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New Fort Drum Medical Unit Leader Welcomed Video included

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In the early 2000s, Colonel Brandon Bowline commanded a medical company of the 10th Mountain Division, teaching soldiers about medical treatment in situations with limited resources.

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Here's What's Eating the Leaves on These Maple Trees Video included

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A little caterpillar that arrived this spring could take a big chunk of the sweetness out of maple sugaring season.

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4 Injured In Route 37 Accident Video included

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One person was airlifted following a two-vehicle incident on State Route 37 in the town of Pamelia Friday morning. 

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More Noise, More Aircraft Around Fort Drum Over Next Couple Weeks

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If you live near Fort Drum, you might be hearing a little more noise over the next couple of weeks.

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Live From The Bay! With A Pirate! Video included

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Sword fighting, eye patches, and giant wooden ships along the St. Lawrence River -- it's Bill Johnston's Pirate Days in Alexandria Bay. 

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Woman With Rare Disease Plans Walk/Roll To Find A Cure Video included

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A Gouverneur woman with a rare spinal cord disorder called syringomyelia is raising money to find a cure. She's hosting a fundraiser this weekend.

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Beavers Eager For Season's Challenges Video included

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The Beaver River Beavers have performed well on the gridiron under head coach Matt Lyndaker. 

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Decaying Bridge Prevents Dexter From Using Prime Recreation Spot Video included

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So close, yet so far. In Dexter, the community's nicest recreation spot might as well be a million miles away.

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State Covers Co-pays For Anti-Overdose Medication Video included

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It's a new way to get a life-saving drug into the hands of the everyday man and woman.

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In Downtown Watertown, A Sign Snafu Video included

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Businesses in at least one downtown Watertown building are having trouble getting the word out - about who they are, what they do. At the Franklin Building on Public Square, there are six shops, but according to the people who run the shops, Watertown has a city rule which permits only one sign on the outside of the building.  

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Watertown's West Main Street Is Also On A 'Road Diet' Video included

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The new catch phrase in Watertown is "road diet" - reducing the number of driving lanes on a section of road. It's happening on West Main Street.

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Group Spreads The Love In Lewis County Video included

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What does it mean to be Loving Lewis County? It's a labor of love and community service.

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Artist Paints Downtown Watertown Fountain

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The color is back in Lachenauer Plaza in downtown Watertown.

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Visually Impaired Man Wants Medicare To Pay For Smart Glasses Video included

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Electronic glasses are helping people who are visually impaired see.

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Missing Teen Found In Ogdensburg

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A day after they renewed their call for the public's help in the search for a missing teen, Potsdam village police have announced he has been found.

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Man Accused Of Waving Straight Razor At Lowville Police

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A Lowville man is accused of menacing a police officer with a straight razor.

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Confusion Surrounds Town Of Canton Money Shuffle Video included

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Some town of Canton residents are upset and confused over how taxpayer money is being shuffled around -- from the town to the town supervisor, back to the town, and then to the town's supervisor's wife. 

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Hit & Run Victim Speaks Out Video included

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The 17 year old victim of Tuesday night's hit and run accident is talking. Shawn Posey was walking with his mom's boyfriend on Route 11 in the town of Pamelia to the Sunoco gas station where his mom works.

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Back To Camp With The Buffalo Bills Video included

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The Buffalo Bills open up their preseason schedule Thursday night. 7 News made the trip to training camp in Rochester this week to check in on the pro football team. Mel Busler has the story in the video. More>>

State: Kraft Heinz Water Demand Is 'Unsustainable' For Lowville Video included

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We have a clearer picture as to how much water the Kraft Heinz plant in Lowville is using, which brought about a conserve water order to residents this week.

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2 Explosions Spark Blaze At Business Video included

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A construction company's shop in the town of Clayton is a total loss after two explosions sparked a fire Wednesday afternoon.

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Local Police Investigate Their Vehicles For Carbon Monoxide Problem Video included

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Is carbon monoxide putting our police in danger? Many police departments believe the Ford Explorer, a commonly-used cruiser, is the culprit.

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Fire Heavily Damages Boat On Wellesley Island Video included

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A boat at a Wellesley Island marina was heavily damage by fire Wednesday morning. 

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He Confessed, So Why Did His Conviction Get Tossed? Video included

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First he lied to police. Then he confessed to the crime. So why has his conviction been thrown out? It's a local case that's drawing attention in legal circles around the state.

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State Opening Restricted Wildlife Management Areas Video included

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This weekend, there will be a rare chance to view the north country's wildlife in its natural habitat. The state is opening restricted places at 3 of its wildlife areas.

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Police Again Seek Public's Help in Teen Runaway Case

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Potsdam village police have renewed their call for the public's help in the case of Dominic Mashaw, 15, who apparently ran away from a foster home on June 6.  

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Fort Drum Gears Up for Outdoor Adventure Day Video included

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Fort Drum is getting ready for a day of fun in the great outdoors!

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Teen Struck In Hit & Run Accident Near Watertown

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Police are investigating a hit and run accident just outside Watertown.

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Lowville Officials Scramble To Solve Water Shortage Video included

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Faced with just one day of water supply in their tank, Lowville officials are looking for solutions.

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Cuomo Attacks IJC For Reducing Water Flow

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is once again launching criticism against the board that controls the flow of water from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River. 

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Some Still Unconvinced By City's Washington Street Plan Video included

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When it comes to traffic at a busy intersection in Watertown, the city says its goal is to ensure safe travel for all users. 

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Sunshine With A Tiny Chance Of Rain Video included

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Parts of the north country could get a passing shower this afternoon and evening, but mostly skies will be sunny. 

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Ventiquattro To Coach Philippines In 2018 Championships Video included

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Lacrosse has taken Kirk Ventiquattro to many places, but now it takes him to a place that's not exactly a lacrosse hotbed.

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Former Syracuse Football Coach Dick MacPherson Dies

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Former Syracuse football coach Dick MacPherson has died at 86. 

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Ritchie Launches Petition Opposing Free College For Inmates Video included

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More state prison inmates will be able to take free college courses behind bars. But Governor Cuomo's plan is drawing fire from a north country state Senator.

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Police Identify Pedestrian Killed On Lewis County Highway

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State Police have released the name of the woman who was struck and killed while crossing a highway in Lewis County.

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Carthage Woman Pleads Guilty In Meth Lab Case

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A 49 year old Carthage woman has pleaded guilty in connection with an active one-pot meth lab.

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Battle Underway Over Cellphone Surcharge In St. Lawrence County Video included

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Some say it's just 30 cents. But a proposed monthly cellphone surcharge has touched off a political battle in St. Lawrence County.

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Woman Accused Of Returning Fraudulent DVDs To Redbox Kiosks

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A 29 year old Gouverneur woman is accused of substituting phony DVDs for the real thing and returning it to a Redbox kiosk.

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Groups See Success In Saving Threatened Species Of Bird Video included

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What went up, must come down. All to protect a bird native to the St. Lawrence River.

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Program Helps Disabled People Learn To Ride Bikes Video included

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After three years, the Trisomy 21 Foundation of Northern New York has raised enough money to give people with disabilities the chance to learn how to ride a bike.

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Gillibrand Wants To Limit Opioid Prescriptions Video included

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A U.S. Senator is battling the opioid epidemic by trying to reduce the length of prescriptions.

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Just Face It: High Wind, High Water Video included

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This week on Just Face It, we have video from over the weekend of damaging winds.

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Preserving Local History

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North country artifacts that date back to the 1800s are being preserved. Two letters penned by General Jacob Brown along with a unique map and a rare etching of George Washington are being framed at the Whimsical Pig in Watertown.

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Sports: NNYGA 6 Man Tournament in Watertown Video included

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Final round action taking place Saturday in the Northern New York Golf Association six-man tournament at Ives Hill Country Club.

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Sports: Red & Black Win, Capped off with Wedding Proposal Video included

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The Watertown Red & Black were back on the field Saturday night for the first time in two week after enjoying a by week.

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Craig's To Do List: Author Ellen Marie Wiseman Video included

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I spoke with local author Ellen Marie Wiseman at her book launch, on Thursday, July 27 at the Lyme Free Library in Chaumont.

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Sports: Teams Looking for Passing Route to a Good Season Video included

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The summer passing camp season continues for area high school teams.

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7 News Wins Awards For Newscasts, Reporting

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7 News was honored Saturday night as "best newscast" during the New York State Associated Press Association's annual awards dinner. 

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Sports: Frontier League Swimming and Wrestling

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The Frontier League crowned champions in both swimming and wrestling Saturday.

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Clearing Skies Throughout The Morning Video included

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It's a damp, muggy morning, but most of Friday should be dry and sunny. 

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Cool Start To A Warm Day Video included

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Thursday morning will feel a bit like fall, but by afternoon it should feel like August again. 

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Pleasant Day Ahead Video included

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There's some fog early Wednesday morning, but that should burn off quickly when the sun comes out. 

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Mostly Sunny, But Some Could See Isolated Showers Video included

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Some areas could see some isolated showers later in the day. 

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Sunny Start, Rain Possible Later Video included

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Friday starts out nice, but we could get some rain later. 

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Sun For Most, Warm Temps For All Video included

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Thursday looks as if it's going to turn out to be a nice day. 

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Craig's To Do List: Jeff Foxworthy Interview Video included

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Craig Thornton from Craig's To Do List sat down with comedian Jeff Foxworthy before his show Friday night in Watertown.

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TV Dinner: Gaucho Steak Video included

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With the first big warm weather holiday of the year upon us, our favorite chef is turning south of the border for a delicious steak recipe. Chef Chris Manning made Argentine gaucho steak with chimichuri sauce Friday morning, aided and abetted by 7 News anchors Les Shockley and Beth Hall 

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  • Carolyn M. Trombley, 75, Sackets Harbor and Dexter

    Carolyn M. Trombley, 75, Sackets Harbor and Dexter

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:24 AM EDT2017-08-18 15:24:00 GMT

    Carolyn M. Trombley, 75, formerly of Sackets Harbor and Dexter, passed away Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at Pontiac Nursing and Rehab Center, Oswego.  

    Carolyn M. Trombley, 75, formerly of Sackets Harbor and Dexter, passed away Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at Pontiac Nursing and Rehab Center, Oswego.  

  • Joyce M. Long, 85, of Watertown

    Joyce M. Long, 85, of Watertown

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:22 AM EDT2017-08-18 15:22:27 GMT

    Joyce M. Long, 85, formerly of Emerson St. and widow of Earl Long, Sr., passed away Wednesday, August 16th in Watertown.   

    Joyce M. Long, 85, formerly of Emerson St. and widow of Earl Long, Sr., passed away Wednesday, August 16th in Watertown.   

  • Marjorie H. Flanagan, 89

    Marjorie H. Flanagan, 89

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:20 AM EDT2017-08-18 15:20:06 GMT

    Marjorie H. Flanagan August 17, 2017, age 89.

    Marjorie H. Flanagan August 17, 2017, age 89.

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