WATERTOWN — At the Sanctuary Comic book shop on Sunday there were children, teens and adults enjoying an array of competition games from Magic to Warhammer, dressed up in shipmate attire for the special Sunday event, the fifth-annual Pirate Day.
POTSDAM — The fifth year of the Potsdam Sandstone Festival ended Sunday with a tour of Potsdam’s historic Bayside Cemetery, where visitors learned about the history of the cemetery and the beautiful red sandstone associated with the area. The tour was led by Potsdam Public Museum Curator Mimi Van Deusen, with tour guides Susan L. Omohundro and John T. Omohundro, Hannawa Falls, and Arthur L. Johnson, Potsdam.
CANTON — The St. Lawrence University defense got off to a sluggish start Saturday but ended up with a dominant performance, defeating SUNY Morrisville 31-14 in a nonconference football game at Leckonby Stadium.
CARTHAGE — Although recent temperatures would make us believe fall is already here, the season change does not officially take place until Monday. As in years past, the Carthage Farmers Market celebrates this transition with the Autumn Glory Festival, to be held Friday.