High water continues to erode shorelines

The high water levels on Lake Ontario continue to eat away at shorelines, and residents are losing land.

Treasury’s watchdog to look into Tubman bill delay

The U.S. Treasury’s watchdog says it will look into why the redesign of the $20 bill featuring abolitionist Harriet Tubman was delayed.

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  Credo’s executive director retiring after 37 years

Watertown man pleads guilty to assaulting officer

Canadian firm expanding to Ogdensburg

  Your Turn: Feedback on Pride flag, farm bill & adoption change

  Movie night brings 1,000 to Massena

An outdoor movie brought more than 1,000 people to downtown Massena.
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Student hunts for ‘mystery couple’ she captured in stunning engagement photo at Yosemite

A Notre Dame student snapped the viral photo at Yosemite National Park a few months ago when the couple was having professional engagement photos taken.

Ogdensburg airport receives $1.5M for runway lights

Watertown’s transit for disabled subject of city council session

Longtime judicial district administrator dies

Traffic Advisory: Watertown’s Thompson Boulevard

  Sunday Sports: Watertown Rapids sweep Utica in doubleheader

  One last mass at St. Rita’s in Deferiet

  Classic cars on display at Lewis County Fairgrounds

WPD: At least 2 hurt in knife incident

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McConnell to meet 9/11 responders to discuss victims’ fund

The meeting comes as Jon Stewart has blistered Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other congressional leaders for what he calls a lack of urgency to replenish the victims' fund, which was set up after the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.

SPORTS

  Sunday Sports: Watertown Rapids sweep Utica in doubleheader

  Watertown Rapids continue losing skid

The Watertown Rapids were unable to stop a losing streak that is now at 3 games in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.

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  Saturday Sports: Watertown Rapids hit the road for crucial 4 game road trip

  LGBTQ pride flag flies at Watertown City Hall

  Recreating silver tea to celebrate 100 year anniversary

  Stress relief and health tips at Carthage Area Hospital Health Fair

  A “berry” good time at the Adams Strawberry Festival

ADAMS, N.Y. (WWNY) - The Annual Strawberry Festival in Adams turned out to be a berry good time Saturday.
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  U.S. measles count reaches 1,077

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday reported 1,077 measles cases this year through June 20, up 33 from the last update.

Sheriffs probe fatal crash in St. Lawrence County

  Friday Sports: Watertown Rapids lose to Elmira on the diamond

  Local county clerks oppose law giving licenses to undocumented drivers

  Adoptee-rights advocates applaud bill allowing access to birth certificates

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