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8 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times
A Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center registered nurse is facing felony charges for allegedly forging prescriptions and having them filled at pharmacies throughout Northern New York.
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12 hrs ago | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal
MASSENA: John M. Viskovich, 66 of Belmont Ave, Massena died Saturday evening at the Massena Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient since Wednesday.
16 hrs ago | North Country Now
In response to "$35m to go to Clarkson biotech partnership," I wish the author would find out where in the state budget Gov. Cuomo found an extra $35 million.
20 hrs ago | North Country Now
Margaret R. Cummins, Potsdam, was recently selected for membership into Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary society for theater, at St. Lawrence University.
Kristin R. Ransom, 33, Route 37, Hogansburg, was charged by state police Friday night after she was stopped at a DWI checkpoint on Route 56 in Potsdam.
More than 250 children and adults attended "Dr. Jim's Chemistry Magic Show" at Clarkson University on Dec. 8 to benefit the Potsdam Holiday Fund.
Village police charged a 16-year-old Canton male with allegedly having sexual contract with a minor Thursday on the Potsdam Central School campus.
A four-year-old child was treated for a contusion to his head after his family's buggy was slammed into by a vehicle Sunday evening on state Route 11B in the town of Hopkinton.
A Potsdam man's vehicle collided with an Amish buggy Sunday evening on State Highway 11B that resulted in a child being injured and charges for the driver of the vehicle, according to St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies.
There was a sugar rush at the Potsdam Food Co-op's Carriage House Bakery from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, during its 16th annual Holiday Baking Fest and Silent Auction.
A Potsdam-area woman repeatedly denied allegations that she had been found drunk slumped over the wheel of her vehicle with the motor running while it was parked in the Harte Haven Shopping Plaza.
Jackson D. Corcoran, 19, of Rochester was charged at 1:17 a.m with unnecessary noise.
SUNY Potsdam wants to erase its $2.4 million budget deficit within the next two years, and while the college promises to maintain quality and avoid layoffs, students already are feeling the effects.
A Potsdam woman was arrested and jailed Friday after allegedly refusing to leave a Maple Street establishment, according to village police.
Justin T. Pavia, 20, of Surprise, Ariz, was charged with burglary and fourth degree grand larceny after he allegedly entered a woman's apartment while she was gone.