If kids go back to school in the fall, they just can't hop on the bus or walk into the classroom. They first need to be screened for COVID-19. Who is going to do that? The answer depends on the district.
A former Lowville school teacher is denying allegations that he sexually abused a student 40 years ago. Meanwhile, lawyers for the alleged victim heard from another person claiming to have been sexually assaulted by the teacher in the 1970s.
Public Health officials in St. Lawrence County say congregants who attended services at the Christian Fellowship Center on Court Street between 10 a.m. an 11 a.m. on Sunday have a potential risk for exposure.
Two more horses in Jefferson County have tested positive for the deadly virus Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). The Jefferson County Public Health Service said the horses showed symptoms and were euthanized.
Internationally known author Ellen Marie Wiseman, who happens to live right here in the north country, appeared on 7 News at Noon on Wednesday to talk about her newly released book, ‘The Orphan Collector.’