‘He’s our angel’: Veteran battling cancer rescues neighbors from burning Ill. home

It’s believed the fire was caused by an unsecured heat lamp in the garage that was keeping some baby chickens warm.
  • National News

California prosecutors again seek death for Scott Peterson

California prosecutors said Friday they again will seek the death penalty for Scott Peterson even as a county judge considers throwing out his conviction for murdering his pregnant wife because of juror misconduct during a 2005 trial that riveted the nation.

TOP STORIES

Four Lewis County churches cancel Sunday service due to COVID-19

Potential COVID-19 exposures identified by Lewis County

  Lewis County: “uncontained cluster” of COVID-19 cases traced back to church

Lewis, Jefferson, St. Lawrence counties report 24 new COVID cases

  Shining a light to honor those affected by cancer

Downtown Carthage was lit by hope Friday night, bringing awareness to those affected by cancer.
  • National News

  Surging coronavirus colors White House race in closing days

In addition to a spike in coronavirus cases in the U.S., the percentage of people who are testing positive for COVID-19 is up in many parts of the country.

  Friday Sports: Frontier League’s condensed fall season looks to be in jeopardy

Beaver River moves to remote learning due to COVID-19 cluster

Patrons of 3 Lewis County eateries may have been exposed to coronavirus

About 40 Watertown students and staff quarantine after possible COVID exposure

  New Massena restaurant opens

  The fine print: when the ad doesn’t match the story

  Tribute honors Verizon worker killed on the job

  Watertown just missed setting record high

  • Coronavirus

  US sets coronavirus infection record; deaths near 224,000

The U.S. coronavirus caseload has reached record heights with more than 83,000 infections reported in a single day.

SPORTS

  Saturday Sports: JCC Baseball prepares for a hopeful spring season

  Athlete of the Week: Emma Plumley

  Highlights & scores: NAC girls’ soccer

  Woodward leaves Lady Cannoneers basketball program

Josh Woodward has decided to leave Jefferson Community College, giving the Cannoneers a big void to fill in its women’s basketball program.

MORE TOP STORIES

Lewis County man accused of making meth

JCC student tests positive for COVID-19

  Massena Halloween tradition continues

  Blast from the Past: 2007 haunted house

  Group calls for more COVID-19 testing in state’s prisons

North country prisons have been mostly spared from COVID-19 outbreaks.

  Samaritan allows ’support person’ during ER visits

Major League Fishing comes to Massena

Traffic advisory: intersection of East Main, West Main & Mill in Watertown

  Highlights & scores: NAC girls’ soccer

  Viral video of man kicking duct-taped dog ends with animal cruelty arrests

OBITUARIES

Thomas A Hurst, 72, formerly of Ogdensburg

Audrey L. Barr, 87, Gouverneur

Eleanor C. Aldous, 76, of Canton

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MILITARY MATTERS

  Concert goes virtual to raise money for veterans

YOUR HEALTH

Lewis County: 15 new cases and 570 in quarantine

Potential COVID-19 exposures identified by Lewis County