Watertown, NYmymalonetelegram.com

Blotter: Watertown city police activity for Wednesday, July 28

WATERTOWN — Kenneth F. Mallette, 52, of 816 Earl St., was charged by city police Tuesday with third-degree grand larceny. According to police records, between April 21 and June 18, Mr. Mallette stole multiple items, for a combined value of $18,337 from the Home Depot store in the city. According to police, Mr. Mallette walked out of the store on nine separate occasions with items in his cart he had not paid for.
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Chaumont, NYwwnytv.com

Day after our report, woman gets to keep her home

CHAUMONT, New York (WWNY) - A woman who was at risk of losing her home has learned she’ll get to keep it and will soon own the land it was built on. On Tuesday during our newscast we told you about a woman named Lottie Heyl, who found herself in an unusual situation.
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Ogdensburg, NYinformnny.com

NNY Eats: Cam's Pizzeria in Ogdensburg

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Fort Drum, NYinformnny.com

Doordash expands to restaurants on Fort Drum

FORT DRUM, N.Y. (WWTI) — Chain restaurants on Fort Drum will now be able for DoorDash. Beginning July 28 those on Fort Drum who would like their food delivered from restaurants on post can do so through DoorDash. This is exclusive for Fort Drum residents. Partnering restaurants will include Subway,...
Fort Drum, NYinformnny.com

Fort Drum’s student chef team cooks up confidence for national competition

FORT DRUM, N.Y. — Fort Drum’s student chef team has been working hard to train for their upcoming national competition. The team consists of five culinary specialists from across the 10th Mountain Division. This group has been preparing since the beginning of May to compete at the American Culinary Federation National Competition in Orlando, Florida from August 2 to August 5.
Watertown, NYwwnytv.com

Discover local food during Farmers Market Week

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Farmers Market Week is next week and it’s a celebration of all the farmers markets in the area. Elizabeth Christensen is a SNAP-Ed nutrition educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension. She says the special week runs August 1-7, just as the north country is reaching peak season.
Chaumont, NYnny360.com

White Caps, The Cape wineries added to Seaway Wine Trail

CHAUMONT — Two more wineries were just added to the Thousand Islands-Seaway Wine Trail, representing even more variety for the north country’s developing wine industry. White Caps Winery in Chaumont and The Cape Winery in Cape Vincent were both added to the official wine trail, which now features seven wineries with these two additions.
Wellesley Island, NYinformnny.com

Thousand Islands Land Trust to explain St. Lawrence River ecosystems at upcoming day camp

WELLESLEY ISLAND, N.Y. (WWTI) — At an upcoming day camp, children will explore the relationship between land in the North Country and the waters of the St. Lawrence River. The Thousand Islands Land Trust and its partners are set to host its annual TILTKid’s Day Camp on August 6. Participating children and their parents, guardians and even grandparents will learn about healthy ecosystems while adventuring around Thousand Island Park on Wellesley Island.
Carthage, NYwwnytv.com

Shooting Traps for Volunteer Transportation Center trips

CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) - The 9th annual Shootin’ Traps for Trips event was back raising money for the Volunteer Transportation Center!. The Carthage Rod and Gun Club hosted the 50 Bird Shoot fundraiser. There were several categories for more than 80 shooters to compete in and plenty of prizes....
Watertown, NYwwnytv.com

TV Dinner: Ploughman’s Lunch

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - This week, it’s more concept than recipe. Chef Chris Manning introduces us to a Ploughman’s Lunch. The idea goes back hundreds of years, when farmers would take their lunches out into the fields. They would have meat, some type of cheese, bread or crackers, fruit, and maybe pickles.
Chaumont, NYNEWS10 ABC

North Country animal sanctuary, Garnsey’s Feral Acres, shares inspiration to expand

CHAUMONT, N.Y. (WWTI) — “You can’t make this stuff up:” This is a phrase that is commonly expressed at Garnsey’s Feral Acres located in the North Country. This 158-acre animal sanctuary is home to creatures of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds. Garnsey’s Feral Acres was started two years ago by North Country natives Jeff and Julie Garnsey when they took in their first animals.
Watertown, NYwwnytv.com

Your Turn: feedback on Heather Hill, labor shortage & haircut law

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - We spoke with a Watertown native who has been part of the battle over Confederate statues in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather Hill says it was time the statues were removed:. Read a history book, woke liberal, and learn about the history of this country. Sue Whitmarsh.
Clayton, NYinformnny.com

Bassmaster Elite Series returning to St. Lawrence River in 2022

CLAYTON, N.Y. (WWTI) — Only days after the conclusion of the Bassmaster Elite Series on the St. Lawrence River, tournament organizers confirmed that it will return to the region in 2022. On Tuesday, B.A.S.S. officials announced the full scheduled for the 2022 Bassmaster Elite Series. The top professional bass fishing...
Clayton, NYwwnytv.com

Bassmaster Elite coming back to Clayton next year

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WWNY) - The Bassmaster Elite competition is coming back to the St. Lawrence River next year, but it will be in Clayton, not Waddington. On Tuesday, B.A.S.S. officials announced their 2022 schedule for the Bassmaster Elite Series. The fishing competition, which attracts professional anglers from all over the...