WATERTOWN — The tri-county area reported 333 new COVID-19 cases Monday.
MASSENA — More water is being released from the Moses-Saunders Power Dam, a trend which will last until mid-December.
OGDENSBURG — Several Ogdensburg residents have let the City Council know that they are not happy with some of City Manager Stephen P. Jellie’s recent Facebook posts, calling them forms of bullying and political in nature.
CANTON — Despite a constant drizzle interspersed with some serious rain, 36 disc golfers gathered at the Schoolhouse Road Disc Golf course for the 2nd Annual Professional Disc Golf Association St. Lawrence County Open.
PLATTSBURGH — The SUNY Canton Small Business Development Center, St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, North Country Chamber of Commerce and GrowBiz Media are working to help small businesses plan for 2022.
MASSENA — A new face is at the helm of the Police Activities League of Massena.
PARISHVILLE — The Parishville-Hopkinton Central School’s robotics program is only three years old, but its already proven to be a top contender in competition, winning regionally and advancing to the world level of play.
CANTON — Attorney Andrew S. Moses is running on the Republican and Conservative tickets for St. Lawrence County Family Court judge.
NORWOOD — Alexander Lesyk is running on the Democratic and Sensible People tickets for St. Lawrence County Family Court judge.
CANTON — The Canton Town Board will meet in special session Tuesday for a workshop on the 2022 spending plan.