Massena Local Business
Local business in Massena, NY
Wednesday Jan 28 | via North Country Now
In recognition of National Data Privacy Day Jan. 28, North Country Savings Bank is urging customers to take an active role in protecting their data. "North Country Savings Bank's first priority is to protect our customers' money and information," said Steve Thornton, Vice President/Director of Marketing and Business Development. Comment?
Monday Jan 26 | via Watertown Daily Times
Town Council members voted last week to spend up to $3,000 marketing the community and its resources at a sportsmen's show in Springfield, Mass., that's billed as the largest such show in the Northeast. Town Supervisor Joseph D. Gray was prepared Wednesday to say the town wasn't going to send anyone to the show this year when Councilman Thomas C. Miller said several community members had told him they felt sending a representative to the show was a good idea. Comment?
Monday Jan 26 | via North Country Now
Gary G. Weaver, 60, of 545 Baker Road, Potsdam was ticketed for unsafe backing at 3:21 p.m. Sunday in the Kinney Drugs parking lot, Main Street. Nora Ann Green, 71, of 608 Sunbeam Pvt., Richmond, Ontario was ticketed for running a red light at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at South Main and East Hatfield streets. Comment?
Friday Jan 23 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal
Alumni of the Massena Central School District from coast-to-coast and even overseas wore red Friday in honor of the first planned to be annual Wear Red for Fallen Raiders Day. Employees at many businesses in and around Massena wore red to work. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal
James Warren Wightman was born on July 18, 1932, in Centralia, PA. He peacefully passed away in Massena, NY on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, at the age of 82. Jim completed his undergraduate studies at Franklin and Marshall College and then finished his Masters and PhD at Clark University. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal
The P.S. from Aeropostale children's clothing store closed this week, and merchants confirmed Thursday that others soon will follow suit: Vitamin World , Gap and Deb, which is expected to close in the spring. RadioShack, which has remained open as a clearance store since October, had numerous empty shelves Thursday, but the manager could not confirm a closing date for the store. Comment?
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