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Motorcycle crash sends 2 to hospitals

TOWN OF HERMON, New York (WWNY) - A motorcycle crash in St. Lawrence County sent two people to the hospital over the weekend. It happened shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday on East DeKalb Road in the town of Hermon. Troopers said the driver of the motorcycle, 39-year-old Darren Caldwell of...
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Ogdensburg woman charged with criminal possession of drugs

OSWEGATCHIE, N.Y. (WWTI) — A woman from Ogdensburg is facing felony charges after she was stopped in St. Lawrence County. According to the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, they conducted a vehicle stop on State Highway 37 in the Town of Oswegatchie on June 24. During the stop, 41-year-old Sommer L. Miller was allegedly found in possession of approximately four ounces of methamphetamine.
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Two ejected, one airlifted after motorcycle accident in Hermon

HERMON, N.Y. (WWTI) — Two people were transported to the hospital after being involved in a motorcycle accident in Hermon. According to New York State Police, Troopers were called to East DeKalb Road in the town of Hermon for a report of a motorcycle accident around 10:06 p.m. on June 25. A preliminary investigation determined that the driver of the motorcycle, 39-year-old Darren J. Caldwell from Norfolk, and his passenger were traveling westbound on East DeKalb Road prior to the accident.

Canton woman charged with endangering the welfare of a child

CANTON, N.Y. (WWTI) — A woman from Canton is facing charges after allegedly being involved in a domestic dispute on June 26. According to the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, deputies investigated a report of a domestic incident on the North Woods Road in the town of Canton on Saturday. The investigation revealed that 36-year-old Sara N. Carter had allegedly shoved an individual during the argument in the presence of a child.

Canton police seek public’s help solving car break-ins

CANTON, New York (WWNY) - Canton police are asking the public for help as they investigate car break-ins in the village. Two of the burglaries happened last Thursday and Friday in the parking lots of different hotels. A purse, wallet, iPod and other valuables were taken. Police are working with...

Nation: Dube dominates St. Lawrence with wire-to-wire win

WADDINGTON, N.Y. — After a rocky start, Timothy Dube of Nashua, N.H., regrouped, secured his limit and claimed a wire-to-wire win at the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Northeast Regional at the St. Lawrence River with a three-day total of 62 pounds, 10 ounces. Setting the Day 1 mark with...

Sampling peas in Canton

James Reese, left, hands out peas from his vegetable garden for Connie and Evan Harper, Parishville, to sample at the Canton-area garden tour June 18. The event was a fundraiser for the Canton-Potsdam Hospital Guild. Photo submitted by the CPH Guild .

Alpacas live the good life so folks can stay warm

HERMON, New York (WWNY) - “My boy, Pitt, here. Hi buddy! That’s Pitbull. He was born during an evening of a Pitbull concert,” Rock Hollow Farm owner Dayna Lancaster said, introducing her alpacas. “This is Fluff. He’s truly a wimp on the inside. My oldest boy, Alejandro....

Fragrant flowers in Canton

Canton residents Mary Ann Ashley and Evelyn Gavin, smelling the daisies, visit Sue Hayden’s garden June 18. A tour of several private Canton-area gardens was held as a fundraiser for the Canton-Potsdam Hospital Guild. Photo submitted by the CPH Guild.

Protests, travelers take aim at West Carthage inn

WEST CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) - A New Hampshire couple that booked a Memorial Day weekend trip to the Pleasant Night Inn is hoping their vacation is one they won’t have to remember. Pat Collins and her husband stayed at the West Carthage motel, booking their stay through a...

SUNY Canton expanding pet-friendly housing to now include dogs

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, NY — SUNY Canton is making it easier for students to bring a part of the family to school with them by expanding its pet-friendly housing. Starting this fall, the college is launching a dog-friendly housing option for students, the university announced. The program is building...

SUNY Canton to expand pet-friendly housing to include canine companions

SUNY Canton will make it easier for students to bring a piece of home with them this fall by launching a dog-friendly housing option. The program builds upon the popularity of the college’s long-running pet-friendly residence hall, called the Pet Wing, which started in 1997. The Pet Wing, located in Mohawk Hall, allows small animals, such as cats, rabbits, fish, and hamsters. Now, companion canines will be welcome to reside with their owners in a designated area across campus in Rushton Hall.

Take 5 ticket worth over $38K sold in Gouverneur

GOUVERNEUR, N.Y. (WWTI) — The New York Lottery announced that one top-prize winning ticket was sold in Gouverneur for the June 9 evening drawing. According to the NY Lottery, the ticket was worth $38,699 and was sold at the Stewarts Shops located at 242 East Main Street in Gouverneur. The winning numbers of the ticket were 2-19-23-30-31.

SUNY Canton opens dog-friendly housing option

CANTON, N.Y. (WWTI) — More canine companions may be on the SUNY Canton campus this fall. SUNY Campus announced on June 9 that it has launched a dog-friendly housing option for students, expanding on its already-existing pet-friendly residence hall called the “Pet Wing” which is located in Mohawk Hall.
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Check out the Northern Light Community Garden in Canton!

This time of year, many of us are getting our gardens planted. The growing season has just begun. Around our region, you’ll find backyard gardens, CSA gardens, flower gardens and community gardens. So, Todd Moe and Monica Sandreczki, co-hosts of NCPR's morning news show, Northern Light, just started their own garden plot.

Shriners join Canton dairy parade

Members of the Massena Shrine Club treated spectators to some fancy bicycle riding at Saturday's Dairy Princess Parade in Canton. The parade and day-long festival in the park attracted a large crowd on a breezy yet pleasant day in Canton. NCNow Photo by Paul Mitchell.

Canton Farmer's Market open Tuesdays and Friday

Bob Wagner, of Birdsfoot Farm, sells vegetables to Katie Gadbaw at the Canton Farmers’ Market, open Tuesdays and Fridays at the Village Park. Wagner said he had the original veggie stand at the market, and it is the oldest certified organic farm in St. Lawrence County. NCNow photo.