Saturday, May 23, 2015
Criticism Grows Over Ending Hospital's PTSD Program
There is a growing criticism of the Army's decision to kill the PTSD program at the River Hospital, that - by all accounts - is successfully saving lives.
Massena Woman Sentenced For Tax Refund Scam
A 27 year old Massena woman is going to prison for running a tax refund scam. Lacey Hollinger was sentenced in federal court for mail fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Rain Accused Of Having Affair With Assistant While Seeking Pay Hike
St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain is being accused of having an affair with her chief assistant while lobbying county Legislators for his pay raise.
Sports Scores: Baseball and Softball Playoffs
The Frontier League crowned champions in C and D Division baseball and the Section 3 softball playoffs got underway Friday night.
Now Hiring: U.S. Border Patrol
The U.S. Border Patrol is looking for candidates up to the challenge of becoming agents.
Athlete of the Week: Ryan Charlesbois
Ryan Charlesbois, a tennis player from Alexandria has had a very succesful career on the court.
Council Budget Vote Tuesday
When the Watertown city council meets Tuesday night, it will be asked to approved a budget that increases property taxes by just over one and a half percent.
Officials Cast Large Net For Robert Bartlett Jury
Due to the publicity surrounding the Robert Bartlett murder case, St. Lawrence County officials are sending out more summons to potential jurors than usual.
Man Suffers Stab Wounds & Shoots At Intruder, Troopers Say
One person was stabbed and another shot at during an argument in the town of Brasher early Friday morning.
Troopers Investigate Online Threat Against Potsdam Schools
State police are investigating a threat made online against the Potsdam Central School District.