WATERTOWN — City Councilman Stephen A. Jennings is convinced that a hazardous situation exists in front of Knickerbocker Elementary School whenever parents drop off or pick up their children from school.
CARTHAGE — Their campaign rhetoric may have been tempered by having an audience at a forum Monday hosted by Carthage Central High School, but the three congressional candidates did not miss an opportunity to exchange a few jabs.
CLAYTON — Citing water-safety concerns, the Canada National Energy Board denied the application for an oil pipeline project proposed by Enbridge Pipelines of Calgary that would carry crude oil across the watersheds of Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River — a move praised by Clayton environmental advocacy group Save the River, which opposed to the project.
BRASHER FALLS — A goal with less than five minutes left on the clock gave the Green Mountain Thunder a 4-3 victory Sunday in the “C” Division championship game of the annual Droppin’ the Gloves on Cancer hockey tournament at the Tri-Town Community Center, but the score of the championship game was not the most important number after three days of hockey.
POTSDAM — Nothing went right for the Clarkson University men’s hockey team in its home opener as the Golden Knights fell 3-0 to the University of Vermont before 2,650 fans in a nonconference game Saturday at Cheel Arena.