Thursday, April 24, 2014

SLC Recycling Coordinator Takes Ogdensburg Post
St. Lawrence County's recycling coordinator, Scott Thornhill, has resigned effective May 16 to become the new director of the city of Ogdensburg's Department of Public Works.

Police Seize Drugs, Cash, Shotgun In Early Morning Raid
Police nabbed over $7,500 worth of drugs, nearly $1,200 in cash and a shotgun when they executed a search warrant in Watertown early Thursday morning.

Wake-Up Weather: Sunny Day
Thursday morning is off to a chilly start, but it should turn out to be a nice day.

McDonald's Proposed For Watertown's Washington Street
A third McDonald's fast food restaurant may be coming to Watertown. But first, the city must grant a change in zoning

Loss For M-W Girls, Win For Boys
High school diamond action is heating up locally as the weather improves enough to let teams out on the fields.

Feedback: Lawmakers Look At Increasing Space, Salaries In DA's Office
St. Lawrence County legislators are now taking a closer look at how to free up space for the cramped District Attorney's office. Lawmakers are looking at increasing the salaries of assistant DAs.

Stephen Trimm Gets Jail Time In Witness Bribery Case
The father of convicted killer Dustin Trimm will see time behind bars for attempting to bribe a witness prior to his son's anticipated murder trial.

'Epicurean Delight' Raises Money For Lewis Hospice
Lewis County Hospice will hold its 20th Annual Epicurean Delight fundraiser.

Silent Films Help Kids in Haiti Go To School
The United Community Church in Carthage is showing a pair of silent films to help children in Haiti get an education.

Study Show People Are Joining Army Later
When you think of Army recruits, you may envision a teenager straight out of high school. But a new study shows many people are joining the army well after high school.