Friday, July 29, 2016

Chamber Of Commerce Returns To Coffeen Street
The Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce is moving -- back to where it was two years ago.

Police Say Man Had Glass Of Beer While Driving
A Saranac Lake man was charged with drunk driving after police allegedly found a glass of beer in his car's cup holder.

Violence Against Police 'Heartbreaking,' Sheriff Says
As a law enforcement officer in the north country, it's tough to watch violence against police in other parts of the country.

Clinton Makes History As First Woman Major Party Presidential Nominee
The Democratic National Convention wrapped up Thursday night with Hillary Clinton accepting her party's nomination for president of the United States.

Roofers Needed For Braman's Block
The house under construction at Braman's Block in Carthage is now pretty much enclosed.

Wake-Up Weather: More Heat, More Sunshine
There's a pretty good chance of rain in a couple of days, but it will be hot and dry before we get there.

Bucks Split Doubleheader In Last Regular Season Home Games
The Watertown Bucks closed out their regular season home schedule Thursday by splitting a doubleheader with New Hampshire.

Students Share Boys State Experiences
Students Cody Hancock of Carthage Central and Tyler Cooper of Immaculate Heart Central are back from the New York American Legion Boys State program.

Local Delegates Eagerly Await Clinton's Acceptance Speech
Democrats in the north country say they are looking forward to hearing Clinton lay out her plan for the country in her address to the Democratic National Convention.

The WorkPlace: Jefferson County Jobless Rate Hits 25 Year Low
Looking for a job? Now may be the best time to get one. Jobless rates in the north country are low and some businesses are looking for new hires.