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CANTON — Local artists, art lovers, students and fans of Frederic Remington were in the village Saturday for the third day of the 14th annual Remington Arts Festival, which honors Canton’s famous native artist.
WATERTOWN — Joe Brennan had been picturing the flea flicker in his mind since Thursday, and Red and Black offensive coordinator Jerry Levine scripted the trick play to start the game more than a week ago.
WATERTOWN — Crews were busy Saturday morning at the Dulles State Office Building making final preparations for the Mayor’s Ball, which was held Saturday evening after a four-year hiatus. Organizers said they were looking to raise $80,000 during the event, which was styled around its original 1984 theme, “Under the Harvest Moon.”
CHAUMONT — This village on a Lake Ontario bay settled by French immigrants in the early 1800s is hiding something. Chaumont has just over 600 residents, and they’re fiercely proud of their little corner of the Thousand Islands.
MASSENA — The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce’s eighth annual Harvest Festival was in full swing Saturday morning with guests from all over the north country jamming Main Street, where food, smiling faces and community supporters were common sights.
HAMMOND — Local glass artist and beekeeper Scott L. Ouderkirk recently retrieved a piece of his stained glass work that had been displayed in the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., and returned it to the north country.