MASSENA — An Endicott man is being held without bail in the St. Lawrence County jail after he was stopped at the Massena Port of Entry where he was allegedly found in possession of about 81 pounds of marijuana.
OGDENSBURG — Operation Commanding Force 2019 water mass casualty drill took place Monday on the St. Lawrence River, Wheat House Bay, with personnel from the United States Navy, Army, Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary, local emergency services, law enforcement and…
OGDENSBURG — City Council voted Monday night to abandon nearly $5 million in United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development grants and loans in order to keep its Project Labor Agreement in place.
MASSENA — The preliminary price tag for a proposed capital project in the Massena Central School District currently sits at $49.6 million, down from the initial $102 million, but architects from IBI Group say the scope of the project is…
Recent flooding conditions near Montreal have prompted the international entity overseeing water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River to maintain lake outflows at their current pace, which is still the maximum sustained flow on record.
The International Joint Commission, which manages water levels on the Great Lakes, has struggled with its public image. Many shoreline residents and politicians blame the IJC for flooding in two out of the last three years, and now the commission is trying to communicate with the public more clearly.
One of the Adirondack Park's most renowned environmental activists and photographers died last week. Gary Randorf was 82 years old. He had struggled for years with Parkinson's disease. Randorf helped create the Adirondack Park Agency and later led the Adirondack Council at a time when the green group was fighting to stop acid rain pollution […]
(Jun 12, 2019) Thereâ€™s a new exhibit in the Adirondack History Museum this summer. Itâ€™s called "One Earth - Two Perspectives," and features the photography of Manuel Palacios, and the graphite drawings of Dan Keegan. [full story]
(May 30, 2019) The last surviving Mohawk code talker to serve in World War II has died. Levi Oakes was 94 years old. He was one of a handful of people from the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation who helped the military send coded messages in their native language to avoid detection by the enemy. [full […]