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Canton, New York is located in St Lawrence County. Zip codes in Canton, NY include 13617. The median home price in Canton is $149,900 which is roughly $65/per square foot. More Canton information.

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Sunday | Watertown Daily Times

Gouverneur man charged with resisting arrest

Gouverneur-based state police charged Brian D. House, 30, of Gouverneur with resisting arrest and Trina L. Mandigo, 25, of Gouverneur with criminal mischief following an investigation into a disturbance complaint filed with troopers at 8:10 a.m. Saturday in the town of Fowler. Mr. House was charged at 8:30 a.m. at 1389 County Route 22, Fowler.

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Sunday | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

NYSP Public Record

Canton-based state police charged Tosha L. Reed, 19, and Tawnee M. Searles, 51, both of Potsdam, with trespassing following an investigation into an incident reported at 7 p.m. Aug. 25 from the town of Potsdam. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION - HOPKINTON - Canton-based state police reported Sunday they had charged Ian M. Wood, 19, of Dickinson with unlawful possession of marijuana and ticketed him for failure to wear his seat belt and an equipment violation - inadequate exhaust at 6:20 p.m. Sept.

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Sunday | North Country Now

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The Canton Rotary Club recently planted five sugar maple trees on the campus of Canton Central School, in memory of Peter van de Water. Van de Water was a longtime member and leader of the club, and an active exemplar of its motto, "Service above Self."

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Sunday | Watertown Daily Times

GOP Legislator Lightfoot lights into St. Lawrence County Dems over spending

St. Lawrence County Legislator Joseph R. Lightfoot, R-Ogdensburg, painted a dire portrait of county finances for the Heuvelton Village Board last week, telling elected officials in the community that sweeping political change is needed in November to rein in overspending and poor planning by the current county board. Although Mr. Lightfoot, who represents St. Lawrence County District 3, is running unopposed for another term in office, he delivered what was effectively a stump speech for change to Heuvelton officials, reading from a “shopping list” of problems facing county government, and ticking off a myriad of issues he said were all fiscally related.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

North Country Now

Deputies: Russell man charged with DWI after hitting deer

St. Lawrence County Sheriff's deputies say they charged a Russell man with first-offense driving while intoxicated after responding to a report that someone hit a deer in the Town of Canton.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Superintendents take on a ambitious schedulea to spread work regarding upmcoming school merger vote

Potsdam Central School District Superintendent Patrick H. Brady says he and Canton Central School Superintendent William P. Gregory have taken on an “ambitious schedule' when it comes to helping to ensure members of the public receive accurate information about the upcoming school merger vote. Between Aug. 20, when they superintendents held their first informational meeting and Oct. 30 when the vote is held, the Mr. Brady and/or Mr. Gregory will have participated in as many as 63 such presentations.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Large crowd attends ribbon cutting for new playground in Potsdam

While children have been playing on the new playground at Lawrence Avenue Elementary since the first day of school, well over 100 children and their parents attended a ceremony to celebrate its official grand opening on Wednesday. Superintendent Patrick H. Brady opened the ceremony by thanking the community for the wooden playground, which served children at the school for nearly 30 years.

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North Country Now

Watertown man accused of stalking Canton woman

Steven L. Petrie, 28, of 21003 County Rt. 16, Watertown, was charged by St. Lawrence County deputies after they received a complaint from his ex-girlfriend that he had been continually texting her and calling her, and showing up on her doorstep and refusing to leave, after repeated requests by her for him to leave her alone.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Massena PD Public Record

Village police charged Daniel P. Robertson, 35, of 154 North Main St., Massena, with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and ticketed him for failure to signal a turn and operation of an uninspected motor vehicle at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday on Outer Willow Street. Police alleged Robertson dropped a plastic bag containing 0.5 grams of cocaine when he was being walked into the police station for processing on the misdemeanor aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle count.

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North Country Now

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SUNY Potsdam was the top-ranked SUNY regional university in the new 2015 Best Colleges for Veterans list, the only SUNY school to make the list, the college said. The school also says they were ranked in the top tier of regional universities in the northeast U.S. "The best colleges for veterans list includes campuses who are members of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium, are certified for the G.I. Bill, and charge in-state tuition for out-of-state veterans -- meaning the cost of all veterans' education is covered by G.I. Bill benefits," SUNY Potsdam said.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Lake Placid woman avoids injury in car crash caused by bee

A Lake Placid woman was left in shock after her car collided with a dump truck Wednesday in Canton because of a bee. Allie D. Oehler, 20, was heading to SUNY Canton where she is a nursing major at about 1:58 p.m. She said she was waiting to take a right onto Route 68 from Irish Settlement Road when a bee flew into her 2006 Hyundai Elantra and landed on her.

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North Country Now

Sticking it to Canton

I was at open house at Canton Central School recently and saw the presentation on the school merger. I am not impressed.

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North County Public Radio

Clarkson stepping in to fix chicken slaughterhouse

Clarkson University is stepping in to salvage a troubled mobile chicken slaughterhouse in St. Lawrence County. President Tony Collins said Tuesday morning engineers from Clarkson's Shipley center for Innovation, along with Potsdam-based start-up Agbotics, will fix North Country Pastured's mobile unit and site it at Red Barn Meats in Lewis county, where it will process chickens until it becomes profitable.

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North County Public Radio

What actually happens after you vote?

The answer: a lot. Last night, election officials from small towns all over St. Lawrence county delivered computer chips from voting machines to centrally located police stations.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Canton students, staff start year with upraded building security

A host of security measures, including new entrance doors, a high-tech camera system and electronic lock-down equipment, have been installed at Canton Central School District's building complex in time for the new school year. The measures were part of the district's $15 million capital project, which is nearing completion.

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North Country Now

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The Canton Merchants' Association says it is working to get the long-vacant downtown Jubilee building filled with a going concern once again.

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North County Public Radio

NCPR stations full-time reporter in new Plattsburgh bureau

Zach Hirsch has been with NCPR for the past year. He's a graduate of the University of Vermont where he hosted his own radio show.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

Brier Hill mother finds her niche in cosmetology

That's why Jessica M. Fox decided to go back to school last year to get her certification in cosmetology.

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Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Inmate charged with having Subutex in his possession at correctional facility

An inmate at the St. Lawrence County jail, Canton, has been charged with having the narcotic Subutex in his possession at the correctional facility.

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North County Public Radio

Invasive Asian fruit fly devastates Northeast berry crops

A new invasive insect that devastates berry crops threatens millions of dollars worth of the fall harvest in the northeast.

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