Your Turn: Your Feedback On Building, Grave & JFK


The city of Watertown is filing a lawsuit against the owner of the Berow & Monroe building on Court Street. The property is in disrepair and the city want to take it over since the owner didn't keep his promise to bring the building back to life:


How can the city tell the owner what to do with their own property?   If the city wants to buy it from the owner, then they can do what they want with the building.

Tom Freeman

Open this up to the public, not just the usual select few. Let a few fresh faces take a look and see if there is a chance to save the building.

Josh Coburn

The building will require millions of dollars above any possible return. What developer wants that deal?

AJ Garza

More than 40 years after a serial killer murdered Jack Blake, a grave stone now marks the Watertown boy's final resting place. The marker was donated by a former classmate:


Bless the heart of this classmate.

Kathy Goodwin

That's great, finally a headstone. Happy for the family!

Rick Bates Sr.

The north country joined the rest of the nation in marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  Some of you shared your memories of that fateful day:


I was in first Massena. I remember all the teachers were crying and my dad came to school to pick up my sister and me.

Karen Behm

Everything and everyone came to a standstill for days, glued to our b&w TV's!

Sandra Jeanne Burns


Even at that age, I felt a profound sense of sadness for President Kennedy & his family, which I still feel today.

Gail Hubbard

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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