WATERTOWN — Workers are putting the finishing touches on a project to convert a recreation room at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building into a dormitory — an effort aimed at reducing overbooking at the facility, where an average of 50 inmates are housed out on any given day.
While the final Thursday of November usually means the smell of roasting turkey and the sounds of a happy holiday gathering, the final Wednesday of the month usually means cars packed with kids and luggage heading to share the day with family and friends.
GOUVERNEUR — A Gouverneur native recalls that after scratching off her winning $1 Million a Year for Life state lottery ticket, she continued with her plans that day: a trip to the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino with her sister-in-law.
WATERTOWN — On Tuesday morning, just in time to thaw, season and stuff the Thanksgiving turkey, a local group provided the fixings for soldiers, veterans and their families to prepare Thanksgiving dinner.
WATERTOWN — Sharon L. Messina was looking for chopped ham on sale Monday morning at the Tops Friendly Markets in the Seaway Shopping Plaza off Route 11, but she was disappointed to find its spot on the shelf empty.
ROCHESTER — The Indian River offense is predicated on a just a few basic moving parts — a quick offensive line, a power-running fullback who gets the tough inside yards, and a fleet wingback that keeps the defense honest with jet sweeps or counter plays.