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St. Lawrence County Firefighters Have a New Machine to Train On Video included

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They saved money, and it could help them save lives. St. Lawrence County firefighters have a new machine to train on.

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Canton Man Killed In SLC Accident

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A Canton man was killed Tuesday in a crash on Route 11 in the Town of Potsdam.

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Tuesday: Across The Radio Dial, One Song Video included

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At exactly 5:11 PM Tuesday, radio stations across northern and central New York simultaneously played one song - and for good reason. The song, "We Are One,"  is the work of a group of central New York musicians on behalf of "Music for the Mission," a not for profit based in Syracuse that raises money to feed people in central and northern New York. 

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Firefighters Union Claims Win In Rulings

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The Watertown firefighters' union is calling a set of legal decisions a big win in the union's fight with the city of Watertown. 

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IHC Will Not Field Football Team This Fall Video included

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Immaculate Heart Central in Watertown will not field a football team this fall, according to the school's athletic director.. "It saddened me to have to inform the section (Section III) that we wouldn't be able to field a team next season," IHC Athletic Director Mike Delaney told 7 News Sports Director Mel Busler. 

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Missing Kids, Guns, Prompt O'burg Lockout

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Ogdensburg schools went into "lockout" Tuesday morning because of missing students and missing guns. 

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Special Report: Stay Or Go? - Part 1 Video included

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People are packing up and leaving New York state, while others are deciding to settle here.

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Watertown Lawmakers Name Interim City Manager Video included

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Watertown's city council has named someone to temporarily replace outgoing city manager Sharon Addison. 

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Man Catches Possible World Record Catfish Video included

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A Watertown man believes he's caught a world-record fish. 

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Chris Janson To Headline Mountainfest

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The headliner for this year's Mountainfest at Fort Drum will be Chris Janson, the youngest member of the Grand Ole' Opry. David Lee Murphy will open for Janson.  The annual event is June 20 on post.

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City Council Votes Down Measure To Allow It To Exceed Tax Cap

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Watertown city council members voted against a local law 3 to 2 that would have allowed them to override the tax cap if they saw the need this budget season.

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Potsdam DPW Fire Spotted In Nick Of Time Video included

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A stroke of luck may have saved the Potsdam village Department of Public Works garage. 

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'Manufacturing Issue' Leads To Kraft Line Shutdown Video included

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Some workers at the Lowville Kraft Heinz plant have been unable to work for at least the last few days. 

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Highlights & Scores: Baseball, Softball & Lacrosse Video included

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Because of the late spring, everyone got invited to the party as the Section 3 playoffs for baseball and softball got underway Monday. 

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Paving Could Slow Down TI Bridge Traffic

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Crews will be paving portions of the Thousands Islands Bridge Tuesday and Wednesday and that means traffic flow will be down to one lane at times. 

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Potsdam Man Sentenced In Stabbing

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A Potsdam man will serve three years in prison for a May 2017 stabbing. 

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Three Men Okay After Water Rescue on Lake of the Woods Video included

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Three men were rescued Monday afternoon after waves tipped their boat on Lake of the Woods in the town of Theresa. 

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St. Lawrence BOCES Eyes Millions in Upgrades Video included

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St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES wants to upgrade its centers. Preliminary estimates say that could cost around 40-million dollars. Voters will get their say in the fall 

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Should Accused Killer's Statement Be Tossed? Video included

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An accused killer's statements were the subject of a court hearing Monday in Watertown. Michael Conway is charged with second degree murder in the 2015 death of his girlfriend, Vicki Miller. 

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Two Rescued From Grasse River Video included

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Two women were rescued from the Grasse River in Madrid Monday morning, after their boat became caught in a downed tree in the rapids. 

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Some Canadians Observe Holiday In NNY Video included

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Some Canadians observed Victoria Day, 2018 with a trip across the border to northern New York. For Canada, Victoria Day marks the unofficial start to summer. 

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Drugs, Cash & Gun Seized In Raid

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A town of Pamelia man was arrested after police raided his Route 11 apartment on Friday. 

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Watch City Council Live Tonight

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There's a Watertown City Council meeting Monday night and you can watch it live on this website. 

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Your Turn: Feedback On The Pet Zone & Harrisville

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The state Attorney General's Office wants to shut down The Pet Zone at the Salmon Run Mall. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Man Accused Of Possessing Drugs In Jail

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A Potsdam man is accused of possessing drugs while he was an inmate at the St. Lawrence County jail. 

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Allegedly Unattended Child Leads To Endangerment Charge

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A Potsdam woman faces an endangerment charge after her child was found walking unattended on a village street. 

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Former Frontier League Standouts Celebrate Le Moyne Victory

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It was a championship Sunday on the lacrosse field for some former Athletes of the Week. 

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Strong Support For JRC Fundraiser Video included

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Over 200 people turned out at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel in Clayton for the fourth annual Sunset on the Shore.

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Soldiers & Scouts Team Up To Clean Cemetery Video included

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The Fort Drum Cultural Resources Department, 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, and Boy Scout Troop 26 joined forces recently to clean up a local cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day. 

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"No More Homework," For SLU Graduates.. "We Made It" Video included

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A sea of graduation caps. Some personalized, others blank, but every one a sign of taking a new step in life. 

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Video: 10th Mountain Div. Soldiers Bound for Fort Polk Training Video included

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They're training like it's the real thing. The 10th Mountain Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team is bound for the Army's national training center at Fort Polk, Louisiana. To get there, the soldiers are deploying as if they're headed to war. Click the picture above to watch the story 

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Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Tackle Visits Massena Boys' and Girls' Club Video included

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It wasn't your average Saturday night at the Massena Boys' and Girls' club, as a pair of pro-bowl offensive linemen from the Pittsburgh Steelers decided to stop by and pay a visit.

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Volunteers Cleaning Up Thompson Park Trail Video included

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Hacking and cutting away to make room for more play on the Olmsted Trail at Thompson Park Saturday afternoon.

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Construction Projects Coming Along at Samaritan Medical Center Video included

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It's the next step to get ready for Samaritan Medical Center's new Center for Women and Children.

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Saturday Night: Sunset on the Shore in Clayton Video included

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Over 200 people were at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel Saturday night for the 4th annual sunset on the shore. 

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Sports: A Visit from NFL Pros, Sectionals Lacrosse Match Up Video included

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Two frontier league rivals found themselves facing off the first round of Section III's playoffs Saturday.

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Video: Armed Forces Day Parade in Watertown Video included

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A rainy Saturday morning didn't stop the Armed Forces Day Parade in Watertown from going off without a hitch. 

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Proceeds from Car Show Benefit Trooper Joel R. Davis Foundation Video included

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A chance to check out some tricked out rides.

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Sea of Pink for Gouverneur Breast Cancer Walk Video included

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Gouverneur's Village Park turned pink Saturday morning. ..

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Graduates Walk Stage at SUNY Potsdam Commencement Video included

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The spotlight Saturday shined at SUNY Potsdam. So much waiting. So much anticipation. 

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Looking Toward What's Next for JCC Graduates Video included

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Graduation caps represent many of the 460 students graduating from Jefferson Community College Friday night, all of which are looking to what's next. 

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Vendors Pleased Watertown Farmers Market Will Extend Into October Video included

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Watertown's farmers market starts next Wednesday. It'll go an extra week because July 4 falls on a farmers market day.

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Watertown Lawmakers Work To Bring Tax Hike Under Cap Video included

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A government watchdog urging Watertown residents to push back against a proposed tax hike. But, is the pressure from this state group working on city council?

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Athlete Of The Week: Haleigh Foster Video included

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Haleigh Foster, Watertown's track standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for May 18, 2018.

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Controversy Surrounds Name On Ogdensburg Track Video included

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The elbows are flying over naming the Ogdensburg City School District's track and field complex. Many think one more name should be there and some question how it was named in the first place.

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Blast From The Past: 2002 ATV Ride Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 2002 with then reporter Julie Cupernall on an ATV ride to build a new fire hall in Croghan. Click on the picture to watch the story. More>>

Mother, Daughter Say School Bullying Escalated Into Violence Outside Classroom Video included

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A Watertown mother and daughter say they're afraid and desperate for help after a case of school bullying has escalated into violence outside the classroom. They spoke with 7 News anchor Diane Rutherford.

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Suspect Taken Into Custody After Manhunt In Norfolk

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There was quite a bit of police activity Friday morning in the St. Lawrence County town of Norfolk. It was all because of a manhunt for a suspect who had been on the lam for more than a month.

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Watertown Flower Shop Owner Pleads Guilty To Tax Fraud

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The owner of a Watertown flower shop has admitted to evading sales tax.

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3 Face Child Endangerment Charges In Lewis County

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Three Lewis County residents are accused of child abuse. 

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Longtime Downtown Watertown Eatery To Close Video included

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Sandy's Luncheonette in downtown Watertown will close at the end of next week. 

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Garage Destroyed By Fire In Naumburg

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A fire in Naumburg burned down a garage Thursday evening. Several fire crews were called to the scene, including Castorland and West Carthage. 

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Nursing Grads Ceremonially Launched Into New Careers Video included

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Many of those graduating from Jefferson Community College's renowned nursing program will be using their newly acquired skills here in the north country.

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One Last Day Of Sunshine Video included

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Friday ends our streak of sunny days this week, but we can enjoy it while it lasts. 

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Highlights & Scores: Softball, Baseball & Lacrosse Video included

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Two outstanding high school softball teams faced off in a battle of unbeatens Thursday as the Lady Red Knights of LaFargeville hosted Sandy Creek.

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First Student Moves Forward With Bus Garage Despite Lawsuits Video included

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Three lawsuits aim to stop construction of the First Student bus garage in the Jefferson County Industrial Park. But First Student is moving ahead with its plans.

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No Prison Time For Ex-Clayton Mayor In Sex Case

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There will be no prison time for 78 year old Dale Kenyon.

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Lowville Man Pleads Guilty To Sex Charge

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A 66 year old Lowville man has pleaded guilty in connection with the sexual abuse of a teenage boy.

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7 News Special Report: The Cyber Concern Video included

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Ask anyone who runs a school in the north country, and they'll tell you that one of their biggest worries is social media - and how it can be used as a weapon, as a way to spread fear through false alarms. 7 News reporter Genevieve DiNatale takes us inside to see how schools are fighting back.

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Living With Parkinson's Disease Video included

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What is Parkinson's disease and how do you care for someone with it? 

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Sports Betting Could Soon Come To NY Casinos Video included

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Sports betting could be coming to New York's casinos. A Supreme Court ruling paves the way. Native American casinos could be the first.

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Are You Guilty Of Volcano Mulching? Video included

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Landscapers and horticulturists say it's happening more and more - and they don't like to see it.

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Missing Kayaker Found

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Rescue teams in St. Lawrence County are breathing a sigh of relief after a missing kayaker was found.

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Students Search For Their 'Jam' At Career Fair Video included

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It's a chance for kids to explore their future careers.

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Willbanks To Leave Save The River

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The executive director of the environmental advocacy group Save The River is leaving after six years at the helm. 

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2 Charged In Alleged Cocaine Conspiracy

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Two people were arrested on charges they conspired with an alleged drug dealer to distribute several kilos of cocaine in St. Lawrence County. 

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2 Accused Of Drug Sales In Potsdam

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Two people were arrested in Potsdam Wednesday in connection with a narcotics investigation. 

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Lowville Man Accused Of Choking Girlfriend

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A Lowville man is accused of choking his girlfriend and punching a hole in her wall. 

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Home Show Delay May Force Change Of Venue Video included

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For more than 40 years, the North Country Home Show has called the Watertown Municipal Arena home, but organizers say a scheduled change hurt the event this year. 

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Highlights & Scores: Track & Tennis Titles Video included

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Titles were on the line on the track and the tennis court Wednesday.

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Pacific & Asian Cultures Celebrated At Fort Drum Video included

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It was a celebration of Asian-American and Pacific islander culture on Fort Drum Wednesday. 

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What's Next As Harrisville Gets Ready To Dissolve Video included

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Big changes are coming to Harrisville after residents voted in favor of the village dissolving into the town of Diana.

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Lawsuit Filed To Shut Down Watertown Pet Store

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A lawsuit has been filed to shut down a Watertown pet store.

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Ogdensburg Man Accused Of Making Meth

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A 33 year old Ogdensburg man is accused of making methamphetamine.

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Legal Opposition Mounts For Bus Garage

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There's more legal opposition to the First Student bus garage planned for the Jefferson County Industrial Park.

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Some Upset Over Black Lake Boat Launch Closure Video included

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One of only two public boat launches on Black Lake has been closed. That has some residents and business owners upset.

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Gas Prices Hit $3 A Gallon Video included

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We've hit the mark - $3 for a gallon for gas. 

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Bringing Food From Farm To Work Video included

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You've heard of "farm to table," now a couple of north country groups are pushing for "farm to work."

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Potsdam Town Court Closed Thursday

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Potsdam Town Court will be closed Thursday.

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Fort Drum Soldiers Test How Quickly They Can Deploy Video included

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There's a big training going on at Fort Drum this week. The installation is testing how quickly it can deploy.

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Carthage Savings and Loan Celebrates 130 Years Video included

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Carthage Savings and Loan celebrated its 130th anniversary Wednesday.

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Harrisville Residents Vote to Dissolve Village Video included

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Harrisville residents have spoken and they've decided to dissolve the village of Harrisville into the town of Diana.  

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Watertown Water & Sewer Budgets Take A Little, Give A Little

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Watertown city council members were at work at a budget hearing Tuesday night trying to balance sewer and water costs. 

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Check North Country School Budget Results Here

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Communities across the north country spent Tuesday voting on their school budgets. 

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Work Delayed: Watertown's Court Street Bridge

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You can expected delays if you're crossing the Court Street bridge in Watertown Tuesday.

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Highlights & Scores: Lacrosse & Baseball Video included

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The weather cancelled quite a few high school sports contests Tuesday, but there was still plenty of action. 

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Former Blue Oyster Cult Members Inducted Into TI Hall Of Fame Video included

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It was a night where the stars came back home to the north country. 

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Could New Incentives Attract Lifeguards? Video included

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As Watertown city officials look to revive another pool, they are having a tough time finding enough lifeguards for the pools they have now.  Could new incentives help? 

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Emergency Funding Proposed For Dairy Farmers Video included

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With milk prices being low, dairy farmers say they're in the middle of a crisis. But, there's potential help to report.

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Lowville Businesses Voice Concerns About Road Work Video included

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Close to 4 miles of village roads in Lowville will be dug up starting this summer. We hear from business owners who are wondering how it'll affect customers.

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Boyajian Drops Out Of Congressional Race, Starts A New One

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A candidate for Congress in the north country says he is ending that campaign, but starting a new one.

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Water Main Leak Reported In Town Of Hounsfield

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Some people in the town of Hounsfield are without water Tuesday. Officials said there's a water main leak on Route 11.

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Special Report: Ready Today, Relevant Tomorrow Video included

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Ready today, relevant tomorrow is a mantra Maj. Gen. Walter Piatt uses frequently when talking about the 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum.

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Russell Bridge To Close Wednesday Video included

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There will be no getting over the Russell bridge starting Wednesday. That means long detours even for a trip to the town ball field.

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Remembering Former Carthage Police Chief Video included

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He had a mind like a steel trap. That's one way former Jefferson County Sheriff Jim Lafferty describes former Carthage Village Police Chief Vinnie Frank.

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Little Libraries Popping Up Around Area Video included

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Little libraries are popping up throughout the area. They're slightly larger than a bird house and full of books.

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Just Face It: A Song For Grandparents Video included

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This week on Just Face It: a song for grandparents.

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Interviews Begin For Schneiderman's Replacement

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The first of two days of public interviews of prospective candidates to serve out the remainder of former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's term is set. 

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Watertown Lawmakers Choose Under-Budget Pool Design Video included

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Watertown's city council has picked a design for the new Thompson Park pool that will keep the project under budget. 

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School Budget Votes Today

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People across the north country will head to the polls Tuesday to vote on school budgets.

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Highlights & Scores: High School Baseball Video included

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A non-league baseball doubleheader highlighted high school play on Monday with Watertown hosting OFA at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds.

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SU Announces Carrier Dome Renovations

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The Carrier Dome at Syracuse University is getting a makeover that will include a new fixed roof and air conditioning.

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68 Acres Burn In Edwards, Woman Ticketed Video included

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About half a dozen fire departments and state rangers were called in to battle a fire that burned dozens of acres in St. Lawrence County. 

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Tense Moments In Massena Prompt School Action

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There were some tense moments in the village of Massena Monday morning.

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Fallen State Trooper Honored In Washington Vigil Video included

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A candlelight vigil in Washington D.C. was held for police officers who died in 2017. Among them was a north country native.

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Advocate Drum Names New Leader Video included

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Advocate Drum, the Fort Drum Regional Liaison Organization, has a new leader. Edward “Fritz” Keel will serve as its executive director.

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Villages Find New Trash Removal Company Video included

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Three north country villages have been left scrambling to get trash pick-up after Feher Rubbish Removal suddenly closed.

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Learning Symptoms Of Concussions Video included

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When people suffer a concussion, they might not recognize the symptoms at first sight.

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Former Cooperative Extension Employee Faces Charges

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A former program director for Cooperative Extension in St. Lawrence County faces larceny and fraud charges. 

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Traffic Advisory: Work Starts On Watertown Street

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This week starts the more than $3 million worth of work to reconstruct Flower Avenue East in Watertown.

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'Turtle Wurtle' Found Safe Following Russell Fire

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A family pet thought dead following a house fire in Russell early Saturday morning was found safe over the weekend. 

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What's Next For Carthage Lacrosse After Ventiquattro? Video included

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After longtime Carthage boys' lacrosse Coach Kirk Ventiquattro announced last week he was stepping down after 30 years, the question now is: who will replace him? 

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At Least 5 Fire Crews at Scene of Small Forest Fire

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At least five fire departments have been called out to fight a small forest fire Sunday night, about three-quarters of a mile east of County Road 27 in the Town of Canton. 

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Boldt Castle Open for Season, Hoping for Smoother Waters Video included

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A stark difference from last season's opening weekend when many parts of Boldt castle's grounds were flooded. 

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Private Islands and Yachts, Vacation Getaways in Thousand Islands Video included

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A private island right in Clayton and you can stay there. Whiskey Island fits up to 25 people and the owner Tony Randazzo said there’s nothing quite like it. 

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Sunday: Out to Eat for Mother's Day Video included

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A packed house in Oxbow Sunday as folks gathered for the Annual Mother's Day Bullhead Dinner 

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Athlete Of The Week: Declan Porter Video included

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Declan Porter, a Canton high school basketball standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for March 9.

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Athlete Of The Week: Kyle Nichols Video included

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Kyle Nichols, General Brown's basketball standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for February 9, 2018.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Jacob Hess Video included

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Jacob Hess, South Jefferson basketball's standout guard, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank Athlete Of The Week for January 18.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Tray Bell Video included

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Indian River's basketball standout, Tray Bell, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 12.   

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Athlete Of The Week: Isaiah Wilson Video included

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Isaiah Wilson, Lyme's sophomore standout on the basketball court, is  the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 5. 

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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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Rain Today, Sunshine Wednesday Through Friday Video included

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We'll have showers off and on all day Tuesday and there's a risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon.

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Sunny Skies Monday, Rain For Tuesday Video included

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Monday starts out with patchy fog for some and cool temperatures overall, but it should turn out to be a nice day. 

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McLeod's Forecast: Clearing Skies Tonight Make Way for Sun Video included

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Something for everyone.  Rain for the farms and sunshine for outings.

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More Nice Weather Video included

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Rain is coming, but it's waiting for the weekend.

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Dry & Sunny Until The Weekend Video included

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The morning will be cool, but the rest of the day won't be. 

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Your Turn: Feedback On Pool, Teacher Shortage & Grocery App Video included

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The first numbers to pay for the new pool and bathhouse in Watertown's Thompson Park came in over budget. Now the city is scaling back. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Sunshine Returns ... Tomorrow Video included

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It looks as if we'll have some rain showers throughout the day. 

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Vote On Harrisville's Future Coming Up Tuesday Video included

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Residents in the village of Harrisville will vote Tuesday on whether or not the village dissolves.

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Warm Days Ahead, Some With Sunshine Video included

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It's shaping up to be a pretty nice week. 

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  • Jean S. Roberts, 85, of Massena

    Jean S. Roberts, 85, of Massena

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 4:43 PM EDT2018-05-22 20:43:15 GMT

    Massena - Jean S. Roberts, age 85, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at the St. Regis Nursing Home surrounded by her loving family. 

    Massena - Jean S. Roberts, age 85, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at the St. Regis Nursing Home surrounded by her loving family. 

  • Graveside Service for George B. Shultz

    Graveside Service for George B. Shultz

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 4:16 PM EDT2018-05-22 20:16:18 GMT

    Plessis - A graveside service for George B. Shultz, 79, will be held Saturday, June 2nd at 11:00 am at Brookside Cemetery, Plessis. 

    Plessis - A graveside service for George B. Shultz, 79, will be held Saturday, June 2nd at 11:00 am at Brookside Cemetery, Plessis. 

  • John F. Rehm, 92, of Cape Vincent

    John F. Rehm, 92, of Cape Vincent

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 3:30 PM EDT2018-05-22 19:30:31 GMT

    John F. Rehm, 92, of Cape Vincent, New York passed away on Monday May 21st, 2018 at the Samaritan Medical Center. 

    John F. Rehm, 92, of Cape Vincent, New York passed away on Monday May 21st, 2018 at the Samaritan Medical Center. 

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