Your Turn: feedback on gun permits, helping homeless & ghost story
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - People in St. Lawrence County who want a gun permit will have to wait. The county has stopped issuing the permits because officials want a clear path forward:
Oh. Is that why I haven’t heard anything for a full year? Glad they got my fingerprints before freezing the system.
Stripping U.S. citizens of their Second Amendment rights.
The owner of a vacant building on Arsenal Street is willing to work with a local group to help the homeless find a warm place to stay this winter:
This is a great location! Close to DSS and a central location that’s easy to get to!
This makes the most logical sense. I hope it works out for all concerned.
For decades, people have reported seeing a ghost along Sears Pond Road and Route 177. Historians say the legendary Tug Hill Annie is based on a real woman who died in a crash in the 1950s:
I live off 177 and am out driving around a lot at night but so far haven’t seen anything but I’ll keep watching.
Literally “drove thru” her this summer while driving...Coolest, yet spookiest thing I’ve encountered yet.
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