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With unusually high temperatures expected this week, several athletic officials in school districts across Jefferson County say they are following state guidelines to make sure players stay hydrated and healthy.
WATERTOWN — Responding to feedback from customers, the Nigerian-American owner of Eddy’s Caribbean Cuisine had decided earlier this summer to relocate his restaurant from the Salmon Run Mall to the downtown area.
POTSDAM — Vandals who destroyed nine of Frederick “Hank” Robar’s toilet art pieces on Pierrepont Avenue over the weekend carried out a well-planned attack that first included cloaking a digital camera hidden in the bushes, according to the property owner.
WANAKENA — Plans to replace the historic Wanakena Footbridge are moving forward as the community provides widespread support for fundraisers, including the second annual Bridge Day — an event that surpassed expectations by raising about $23,000.
LOS ANGELES — Wes Craven, the prolific writer-director who thrilled audiences with iconic and bloody suburban slashers like “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Scream” that made his name synonymous with horror, has died. He was 76.
This is the final installment of three stories that explain the state’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program, which is designed to bring about changes in the way health care is delivered in New York.
CANTON — Ben P. Dion and his twin 8-year-old daughters left the Canton United Methodist Church on Sunday with a pair of new backpacks and two plastic bags filled with notebooks, crayons, glue sticks, colored folders and other school supplies.
WATERTOWN — In honor of International Overdose Remembrance Day, more than 100 residents of the city and surrounding areas gathered Sunday under the Mayor Joseph M. Butler Pavilion in the J.B. Wise parking lot downtown to celebrate Community Recovery Action Day.