POTSDAM — The Clarkson University men’s hockey team nearly rallied from a big deficit but came up short, falling 5-4 to Bowling Green before 3,346 fans in a nonconference game Saturday night at Cheel Arena.
PHILADELPHIA — Julia Marilley swam to victory in the 50-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly and contributed to both first-place freestyle relays to help the Watertown girls swimming team capture the team title Saturday at the Frontier League “A” Division championships at Indian River.
WATERTOWN — After a successful test run Saturday at the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park, hundreds of north country children are now fully prepared for the main event Friday: Halloween trick-or-treating.
After dozens of meetings, dialogue and a 190-page study filled with data, voters head to the polls this week to decide whether Canton and Potsdam school districts should move forward with a proposed merger.
There was an op-ed recently in the New York Times Sunday Review maligning the brunch craze in Greenwich Village, Brooklyn and beyond, as well as its spread from a Sunday occasion to a Saturday habit. The article concluded that brunch, the delicious combo of breakfast and lunch, was by nature adolescent, a contrivance of young urbanites attempting to bring the fantasy of “Sex and the City” to life.