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Storyteller Queen Nur created a 'Bully-Free Zone' at the Advantage Afternoon Program on Tuesday at John F. Kennedy Elementary School, 809 Park St. Taking on the role of a traditional African storyteller, or griot, Queen Nur taught Ogdensburg students about the dangers of bullying using folk tales, fables and hip-hop.
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Voters in five St. Lawrence County villages will head to the polls Tuesday, but only one village has a contested race.
St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies on Monday charged Brittany L. House, 28, of 498 McCormick Road, with two counts of third-degree welfare fraud, a class D felony, and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, a class E felony.
The local share of Ogdensburg's Paterson Street project will cost the taxpayers nearly $1 million, according to an estimate issued by engineers.
Canton-based state police reported Tuesday they had charged Matthew H. Grant, 20, of Potsdam with driving while intoxicated, unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of alcohol by a person under 21 and ticketed him for failure to keep right following an accident at 3:29 a.m. Friday in the town of Parishville.
The Ogdensburg City School District is offering an opportunity for parents who are confused or frustrated over their children's homework to take part in 'Common Core Family Math Night.'
Ronald E. Self, 33, of 525 Washington St., Ogdensburg, was charged with a felony count by state police early Sunday.
Funeral services for Gary J. Wallace, age 63 of Alexandria, VA and formerly of Heuvelton will be held privately at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home with Rev.
Waddington- Mary E. Logan, 96 formerly of Waddington, passed away peacefully Friday morning at the United Helpers RiverLedge Facility in Ogdensburg.
A new delivery method will help St. Lawrence County food banks keep their shelves full.
As city police continue to investigate a string of vandalism incidents at the home of Christopher W. and Theodore M. Gardner on Ford Street, the Gardners have backed off claims that they are the victims of a hate crime.
Nicole L. Kendall lost over 100 pounds through Zumba, and now she is on a mission to encourage others to give the exercise method a try.