Friday, March 6, 2015



Feedback: Alcoa Eyes Deep Cuts in Aluminum Manufacturing
Alcoa announced Friday that it is considering further deep cuts in its capacity to make aluminum.

Boeheim Suspended For 9 Games, NCAA Rules
Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim will be suspended for nine games.

Alleged Bank Robber's Case To Go To Grand Jury
The case of alleged bank robber Michael Merrifield will go before a Jefferson County grand jury.

School Superintendents Anxious Over State Funding
How can we make a budget if we don't know how much funding we have? That's what north country school superintendents are asking Governor Cuomo and New York state.

Lawmakers Call For Scaled-Down Arena Project
Another showdown is shaping up over the Watertown Municipal Arena. On one side are city council members calling for a smaller rehab project, while there are others determined to get something bigger and better.

Why We Have Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time officially kicks in at 2 a.m. Sunday. Move your clock ahead by an hour. So, why do we move our clocks ahead like clockwork each year?

Convergys To Close Nova Scotia Call Center
A company that operates a call center in Watertown has announced plans to close one in Canada.

Potsdam Man Accused Of Stealing From Bowling Alley
A Potsdam man faces charges after allegedly stealing money while working at the Market Lanes bowling alley.

Denmark Residents Learn About Wind Farm Plans
The topic of wind energy can be polarizing, but it's a different story in Lewis County, where there are plans for a large wind farm in the town of Denmark.

Potsdam Teacher Indicted On Rape Charges
A suspended Potsdam Central School teacher was indicted and charged with two counts of second degree rape.