Sunday, March 9, 2014
Woolf Visits Watertown: Says He Isn't Ready to Talk Issues
Day by day and little by little we're learning more about Aaron Woolf, but there's plenty the democrat is keeping tight-lipped about.
Believable Computer Scam Going Around
It seems like great customer service, but it's all a scam.
Sports: Massena Hockey Advances to State Finals
The Massena Red Raiders advanced to the New York State Division 1 finals with a 2-1 win over Fairport in overtime.
Deputies: Man Leads Authorities on Two County Chase
A Lyons Falls man allegedly led sheriff's deputies on a 90 minute car chase last night that spanned two counties.
Griffo Says You Should Vote for Regents Leaders
State senator Joe Griffo is blaming the state Board of Regents for the problems many have with Common Core and is suggesting a new way of choosing these educational leaders.
Two Arrested After Fight Involving Gun
St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputies say two Potsdam men got in a fight Saturday morning and one of the men pulled a rifle.
Watertown Woman Turns 100
A North Country woman celebrated a century Saturday.
Feedback: Convergys Could Hire 300 New Workers At Call Center
Now that Convergys has bought Stream Global Services, another 300 new jobs could be coming to the downtown Watertown call center.
Former Gouverneur Mayor Pleads Guilty In Stolen Credit Card Case
A former Gouverneur mayor, who's already facing prison time for crimes in St. Lawrence County, pleaded guilty Friday in Jefferson County Court to a felony charge. Christopher Miller admitted he possessed a stolen credit card.
Tommy John Shares Memories of Dr. Frank Jobe
Frank Jobe , an innovator in sports medicine who was the first to perform an elbow surgery that extended the careers of major league pitchers has died at the age of 88.