Members of Watertown City Council are expected to vote Tuesday on setting a deadline that would end emergency medical response for the Watertown Fire Department next year unless Jefferson County provides what’s called EMD service - a system to determine the severity of emergency medical calls.
You’ve got COVID-19, and you have symptoms. Your symptoms aren’t too bad so you don’t need to go to the hospital. But what’s the best way to take care of yourself at home? Some of the answers might sound familiar.
In a challenging year like this, we were reminded of the people here that make all the difference. Whether it was helping through the pandemic, making us smile or making us proud, we take a look back at some of the notable people we met in 2020.
Some of the complaints include: Walmart management is discouraging employees from getting tested for COVID-19, and employees are being told to come to work when they’re under orders to quarantine or isolate because of a COVID exposure.
Late last week, the Appellate Division in Rochester upheld a ruling by state Supreme Court Judge James McClusky, saying the city is prohibited from temporarily appointing firefighters to acting captain positions, with the exception of legitimate emergencies.