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HEUVELTON — Marinah Simmons scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Hammond to a 3-1 win over Heuvelton Thursday, keeping the Red Devils girls soccer team alone in first place in the Northern Athletic Conference West Division.
WATERTOWN — Josh Navarra and Nicholas Draught each accounted for two touchdowns to lead Immaculate Heart Central to a 29-26 victory over previously unbeaten Thousand Islands in a Section Class C North Division game on Thursday night.
WATERTOWN — Plans are underway to hire 60 full-time employees to work at the F.X. Caprara Honda dealership under construction on outer Bradley Street in the town of Pamelia. The dealership is expected to open in January.
CANTON — About 60 St. Lawrence University students marched from the St. Lawrence Student Center to Planned Parenthood on Miner Street on Thursday afternoon in support of the organization amid the recent controversy surrounding the health care provider.
WATERTOWN — A light rain fell on the final afternoon of the Watertown Farm & Craft Market Wednesday, one of the rare times this year that rain of any kind was a factor for the weekly Washington Street event.
CANTON — Kyle Hayton customarily storms onto the ice during pregame warmups, charging toward his net, just like he did prior to St. Lawrence University’s ECAC Hockey semifinal in Lake Placid last March.
COPENHAGEN — Courtney Sartwell scored eight minutes into overtime to cap off a late comeback and give General Brown a 2-1 upset victory over Copenhagen in a Frontier League “B” Division girls soccer game under portable lights on Wednesday night.
Leaf coloring in Jefferson County will be near its fall peak this weekend, according to spotters with Empire State Development. The department said the county is up to about 75 percent color change, with spotters in Alexandria Bay noting yellow and orange leaves of average brilliance.
A consignment shop on Ford Street that specializes in quality pre-owned clothing, antiques and hard-to-find novelty goods has a new owner, thanks in part to a business initiative sponsored by city native and entrepreneur Susan M. Duffy.