Ronald A. Conners

Ronald A. Conners, 72, of Constable died Saturday, June 12, 2021 at the Alice Hyde Medical Center, Malone. Born on Dec. 2, 1948 in Malone, NY, he was the son of Michael and Frances “Pat” (Fountain) Conners. They predeceased him. Mr. Conners graduated from St. Joseph’s Academy, Malone. He was...
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Report: Road Rage Deaths And Injuries Are Rising

CONSTABLE, NY - JUNE 28: An ambulance, believed to be transporting convicted murderer David Sweat is escorted by N.Y. State Police to Alice Hyde Medical Center on June 28, 2015 in Constable, New York. Escaped inmate David Sweat has been shot by law enforcement and was put in custody in Constable, NY, north of Malone and near the Canadian border. On Friday Richard Matt, who escaped with Sweat, was shot and killed in the same area. More than 1,000 State Police, Border Patrol, correction officers, FBI and other law enforcement agencies have been searching for the pair since they were discovered missing from a prison in nearby Dannemora on June 6. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Akwesasne Mohawk Chief, former ironworker Darryl Lazore has died

Darryl Lazore, a District Chief for the Akwesasne Mohawk Council, has died. According to the council, Lazore was serving his second term on the council at the time of his sudden passing. The council announced his passing in a press release on Monday. "It is with deep sadness that the...
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Allegations of misconduct leveled at county DSS

Nearly a dozen letters have been submitted to St. Lawrence County legislators calling for investigations into a variety of alleged misconducts in the Department of Social Services. Above, a rally was held in July 2020 outside of the Social Services office after a teen was stabbed and killed. Protesters said DSS was warned on many occasions of issues that culminated in her killing. For more on the allegations, read the story here. NCNow file photo.

Moose caught on security camera

PARISHVILLE, New York (WWNY) - A cottage security camera caught a couple of prowlers. Karen Kitchen of Ogdensburg sent us video via Send it to 7. It was recorded Saturday night at her cottage in Parishville. She said the two moose triggered the security camera, plus a motion-activated light on the garage.

Your Turn: feedback on Currier, border closure & dream home

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Former Massena mayor Timmy Currier, who was arrested at gunpoint on drug and other charges, was fined $150 after pleading guilty to failure to comply:. There is a different justice system depending on who you know. Brad Kershner. That’s messed up. Anyone else would be...
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Power’s out for some in St. Lawrence County

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Thunderstorms rolled through the area overnight and now about 360 customers are without power in St. Lawrence County. According to National Grid’s website, as of about 9 a.m. the bulk of the outages were in the towns of Edwards, Fine, Hopkinton, and Parishville. National Grid...
Akwesasne, NYAdirondack Daily Enterprise

Recreational marijuana dispensary opens in Akwesasne

AKWESASNE — In the wake of the state passing legislation in April to legalize recreational marijuana, a cannabis business has sprouted on Route 37 to bring public access to the plant — without the need for a prescription. Good Leaf Dispensary opened its doors in the southern portion of Akwesasne...

Brushton-Moira’s top seniors heading to North Country schools in the fall

BRUSHTON — After they finish marching in their upcoming graduation, both the valedictorian and salutatorian from Brushton-Moira’s Class of 2021, will be heading to North Country universities this fall. Valedictorian Samantha Wells, will attend SUNY Potsdam, and Kaylei Aguirre, the school’s salutatorian will be studying at SUNY Plattsburgh. Wells was...
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Citizen Advocates program puts housing first

MALONE — Citizen Advocates was in 2019 awarded a five-year, $2.5 million grant to launch and operate its Health Home Supportive Housing Program. Since, the program has helped people like Jared Phillips, who says, "The program gave me a brand new start on life." Were it not for the Citizen...

Tractor pull at Power & Equipment Musuem in Madrid

The Annual Spring Exhibition at the Power & Equipment Museum, 1755 State Hwy. 345, Madrid, featured the annual tractor pull Sunday, June 13. To see more scenes of the event visit Photo submitted by Two Guys And A Camera.

Kayaks, paddle boards popular at Sandstoner Beach

POTSDAM, New York (WWNY) - Sandstoner Beach is open and the kayaks and paddle boards are as popular as ever. It means people can do more than just swim there. They can take in a good stretch of the river and all it has to offer. The kayak program has...

Outdoor wrestling in Canton

Canton, Malone, Ogdensburg, Gouverneur, and Massena schools held outdoor end-of-season wrestling matches on the football field at Canton Central. Two matches were held at once. Photo by Two Guys And A Camera. For more wrestling event photos, visit
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‘Love Massena Day’ returning to Alcoa Park on July 17

MASSENA — After a year that featured a drive-through version of “Love Massena Day” in 2020, New Testament Church is bringing back the full celebration in July. “We’re going to be bigger than ever,” said Joshua White, one of the volunteers who’s helping Jason Sweet put the July 17 event together. It will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Alcoa Park.

Ready for a nice day on the river

The Massena Intake Boat Launch has several new docks, pavilions and bathrooms this year. Launching their boat into the St. Lawrence River recently are Stacy Dustin, Jack Kerr and Tom Mulverhill, from Franklin County. NCNow photo.

Pre-Health Students Use Clarkson University Experience as Volunteers in Denver

Twelve Clarkson University pre-health science students recently completed a week of medical and volunteer work in Denver. The students, all members of Clarkson's Doctors without Borders (DWB) club, which organized the trip, donated their time at the capitol building and a homeless shelter put together in the Denver Coliseum during Covid-19.