Reenactors recreate the Battle of Ogdensburg over 200 years later

The streets of Ogdensburg are being overrun by the British. But the bangs of rifles and cannons are only for show.

  Couple who vanished during California getaway found alive

  TIERS helps with coronavirus screenings at Thousand Islands border crossing

  129 Canadians quarantined for coronavirus just across border from Massena

  Friday Sports: Section 3 & Section 10 basketball playoffs across the north country

  After Watertown razes 6th condemned property, what happens next?

  Future of abandoned Theresa building in limbo

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Stefanik on Trump intelligence pick: “Great choice”

  Gathering of Allis-Chalmers tractors coming to St. Lawrence County

18 crows killed during Watertown hazing

  Stewart’s Shops offering ‘collector’ plastic bags

  How to prevent and treat allergies in pets

Appeals court keeps block on Mississippi 6-week abortion ban

Man arrested 2X in 1 day after allegedly violating protection orders

An Edwards man was arrested twice in less than 12 hours after he allegedly violated orders of protection.

  Blast from the Past: 1997 polar bear dip

On this week’s Blast from the Past, we go back to 1997 to River Hospital's annual polar bear dip.

  Officials resort to lethal means to help solve Watertown’s crow problems

It was not a routine night of crow hazing in Watertown.

  Historical Society hosts sweet fundraiser

It was time for Chocolate, Cocktails, and Cannoli at the Jefferson County Historical Society Thursday evening.

  Highlights & scores: Section 3 & Section 10 basketball playoffs

  Volunteer Transportation Center to host bowling fundraiser

  Looking back 40 years: the Lake Placid Winter Olympics

  Rate Discrimination: Some insurance companies give better rates for customers with certain jobs, education

  As diocese considers bankruptcy, what does it mean for local parishes?

Crows will be killed during latest hazing in Watertown

Former DA Nicole Duve running for St. Lawrence County judge

Former St. Lawrence County District Attorney Nicole Duve is running for country court judge.

  Flu cases continue to climb in north country

The newest statistics from Albany show flu cases statewide are down. But in the north country, cases continue to climb.

Woman accused of making meth in her DeKalb home

A 22 year old St. Lawrence County woman is accused of making meth in her town of DeKalb home.

  Acting ICE director blasts NY’s Green Light Law

The nation's top immigration enforcement official came to New York Thursday to speak out against the state's new Green Light Law. He said the law is a danger to officers and the public because law enforcement doesn't have access to the information they need.

Two reportedly hurt in Star Lake trailer home fire

Two people are believed to have been hurt in a trailer home fire Wednesday in Star Lake, according to District 6 Fire Deputy Gary Lutz.

Watertown, firefighter union to hold contract talks next week

The city of Watertown will be sitting down with its fire union to negotiate a contract for the first time in a least four years.

Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush running for re-election

Republican Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush, who represents the 117th District, announced Thursday he is seeking re-election.

  Lewis County gets $100K to feed local food to students

Lewis County now has $100,000 to spend on bringing local agriculture into classrooms and cafeterias.

  Promoting awareness about organ donation

Watertown's Samaritan Medical Center has earned Gold Recognition in the Workplace Partnership for Life Campaign for promoting awareness about organ and tissue donation.

  Kinney Drugs retiring plastic bags with party, ceremony and contest

Kinney Drugs is giving a send-off to its beloved orange plastic bags.

  New brew to honor 10th Mountain Division

There's a new brew to try Saturday.

  Potsdam Elks looking for donations for ‘Sweet Treats for Soldiers’

The Potsdam Elks Lodge is collecting candy bars and other treats to give to soldiers returning from deployment.

  Help may be available for Henderson homeowners

Some Henderson property owners are getting news they've wanted to hear.

  Highlights & scores: Section 10 playoffs & Section 3 pairings

The march to the state playoffs began on the high school hardwood Wednesday night.

  Diocese of Ogdensburg considers bankruptcy over priest sexual abuse

The Diocese of Ogdensburg is considering bankruptcy as the cost of the priest sexual abuse scandal mounts. And dozens more lawsuits may be coming its way.

Volunteer firefighters save home

Morristown fire chief Jay Moore said firefighters did a “great job” of quickly knocking down the fire in the Town of Macomb.

  Second Amendment sanctuary proposed in Jefferson County

Add Jefferson County to the list where residents are asking lawmakers to make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary.

  Landfill workers look forward to plastic bag ban

If you want to know why plastic bags are being banned in New York, we can show you with a visit to a landfill in southern Jefferson County.

  Lawmakers want veteran services funding restored

State Assembly Republicans are calling for the restoration of critical veteran services funding in the state budget.

  Fort Drum soldiers tested on marksmanship, fitness

Chances are it's not how you'd spend a winter day. Soldiers on Fort Drum had their marksmanship tested and marched through miles of snow.

Watertown building now a pile of rubble

What a difference a few days can make.

  Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library comes to north country

It's a global program that sends a free book each month to children under the age of 5, who are enrolled in the program.

  Habitat for Humanity’s popsicle stick home raising funds, awareness

Habitat for Humanity is building a different kind of home - a popsicle stick home!

  Hospice to present first-ever Make Every Day Matter Award

Hospice of Jefferson County is giving its first-ever Make Every Day Matter Award to longtime supporters Randy and DeeDee Guyette.

  Council members say there’s support for killing Watertown’s crows

Is there more support for killing crows in Watertown? Some lawmakers say "yes."

Firefighters credited with quickly dousing fire at Lowville apartment building

Despite a winter storm with strong winds and blowing snow, firefighters managed to stop a kitchen fire from spreading to the rest of a Lowville apartment building Tuesday.

  Morning Checkup: breast care

One in eight women -- or roughly 12 percent -- will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetimes.

  Young boaters can take safety certification course this weekend

Young people from ages 10 to 17 will need to take a Young Boaters’ Safety Certification course before they’re legally able to operate a motorized watercraft in New York waters.

  Highlights & scores: college & high school hoops

It was the last regular season home game for Jefferson Community College basketball players: five on the women's team and four on the men's.

  Leader, lawyer react to Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy

After being hit by lawsuits amounting to millions and millions of dollars, the Boys Scouts of America is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Men accused of stealing $13K from White’s Lumber through forgery

Two Jefferson County men are accused of stealing nearly $13,000 worth of goods from White's Lumber in Watertown.

Red Cross: 32 people now need help after Massena fire

More people than originally thought need help after a fire at a Massena apartment complex.

  Sheriff’s safety course could help SLC gun owners get restrictions lifted

The St. Lawrence County sheriff wants handgun owners to stay safe and help them get restrictions lifted on where they can carry.

Lewis County man gets prison time for strangling woman

A 29 year old Boonville man, who admitted to strangling a woman, is going to prison.

Members of Saint Regis Mohawk community were part of bridge protests

A number of people from the Saint Regis Mohawk community took part in Monday's protest that blocked access to the Canadian span of Thousand Islands International Bridge for 3 hours.

Fire destroys repair shop at Lewis County farm

A repair shop at a Lewis County farm has been destroyed by fire.

  Waddington town supervisor announces bid for Assembly

Waddington town supervisor Alex Hammond announced Tuesday morning he is running for the 116th Assembly district seat.

Croghan man going to prison for making meth

A 51 year old Croghan man is going to prison for making meth.

  Gordmans stores open in St. Lawrence County

Gordmans stores are now open in Ogdensburg and Gouverneur.

  Gym raising funds for family whose baby passed away

At Armor Up Fitness in Watertown, gym-goers are #BabyBensonStrong this month.

  Watertown’s library hosts Teddy Bear Sleepover

While the kids of the area are on spring break from school, their stuffed animals can have a vacation too!

  Chamber seeks Business of the Year nominations

The Greater Watertown - North Country Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominees for their Business of the Year awards.

  Watertown Lyric Theater presents ‘First Date’

Inner voices take center stage in Watertown Lyric Theater's production of "First Date."

Traffic advisory: Watertown’s West Main Street

Demolition of 409 West Main Street in Watertown will continue Tuesday.

  Highlights & scores: Lady Spartans vs. Jamesville-DeWitt

Jamesville-DeWitt traveled to Adams Monday night for a non-league girls’ basketball contest against South Jefferson.

  T.I. Bridge reopens following protest

A protest Monday blocked access to the Canadian span of Thousand Islands International Bridge and affected travel in the north country for several hours.

  Pets, rescued from Massena fire, comfort owners

More than half a dozen pets pulled from the flames in Massena are now giving comfort to their owners. It's a silver lining in an an otherwise devastating day.

  Lisbon native, quarantined on cruise ship in Japan, returns to U.S.

A north country native is back in the U.S. after being stuck on a cruise ship that was hit by the coronavirus.

  Your vote could help Lowville skating rink

A popular ice rink in Lewis County is looking for a little love. The skating community is turning to a nationwide contest for help.

  Ski patrol seeks new members at Dry Hill

Looking for a way to give back to your community? You might be in luck. Dry Hill Ski Area is looking for helpers on the hill.

  Your Turn: feedback on bail reform, prisons & Patriot the cow

Governor Cuomo appears to be open to adjusting the state's new bail reform law. You shared your thoughts on that story and others in the news.

  Kickoff events planned for Relay For Life

American Cancer Society is getting ready to kick off its Relay For Life.

  Massena apartment building fire ruled accidental

An apartment building fire over the weekend that left about two dozen people homeless in Massena has been ruled accidental.

  SPCA: Nina & a fashion show

Nina is a border collie mix.

  Sync your calendars at motorcycle meet & greet

If you belong to a motorcycle club and you're planning a benefit ride this year, it's time to sync your calendars.

Man crashes car after allegedly driving 2X speed limit

An Evans Mills man faces charges after St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies allegedly clocked him driving at over twice the posted speed limit on State Route 37 in the towns of Oswegatchie and Hammond.

Winthrop man charged with welfare fraud

A Winthrop man is accused of welfare fraud charge after he allegedly failed to report income.

2 Frontier League hoops teams out to defend section titles

The march for a state title on the hardwood begins this week for a number of boys’ and girls’ teams.