Harrisville, NY

Man Ticketed After Crash Sends Amish Buggy Driver to Hospital in Le Ray

A Jefferson County man is recovering, hospitalised with injuries following a crash between a car and a horse-drawn buggy on Monday. According to the findings of a preliminary investigation, the New York State Police says 55-year-old Anthony J. Morrow of Theresa, New York, was driving a 2007 Honda Odyssey northbound on State Route 37 in the Jefferson County town of Le Ray "when he failed to observe an Amish horse-drawn buggy that was traveling northbound. The vehicle struck the Amish buggy from behind."
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Officials in New York State Say Minivan Hit Amish Buggy From Behind

There are a lot of things you have to look out for when you're traveling the roads of New York state. Wildlife and fallen tree limbs aren't the only potential hazards. A 55-year-old New York state man was issued multiple tickets recently after colliding with a horse-drawn buggy from behind, according to officials. The reason he gave to troopers was that he simply didn't see the carriage in front of him.
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St. Lawrence County hit-and-run leads to DWI arrest

HERMON, N.Y. (WWTI) — New York State Police have released details regarding a hit-and-run investigation in St. Lawrence County. According to NYSP, on August 8, a victim’s vehicle was struck by a 2021 Dodge Ram operated by 21-year-old Payton Smith of Redwood. State Police said that Smith was...

Man accused of DWI following hit-&-run crash

HERMON, New York (WWNY) - A Redwood man has been charged following an alleged hit-and-run crash in the town of Hermon. State police say 21-year-old Payton Smith was traveling on County Route 20 when he allegedly sideswiped the victim’s vehicle and fled the scene. Smith was charged with driving...

Moving sale tools and much more.

August Tuesday 9 Wednesday 10 Thursday 11 Friday 12. 10 am to 3 each day. 5634 Division Street Lowville. Flack Broadcasting is home of the Moose and the Blizzard. The Moose is the North Country's own local country music radio station, and The Blizzard delivers the greatest classic rock of the 70's 80's and 90's.

Say Hey to Heyday Skincare

Heyday Skincare is celebrating its grand opening this weekend at 815 King St. The brand started in New York in 2015, and has expanded to 11 stores New York, Los Angles Philadelphia and Bethesda with plans to open 300+ shops nationwide including a few more in the DMV. Heyday is...

Got your numbers? Tonight’s the night

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - A giant Mega Millions lottery jackpot keeps getting larger, as officials raised the massive prize to $1.28 billion, just hours before the next drawing tonight. The giant jackpot remains the nation’s third-largest prize and is the result of 29 consecutive drawings without anyone matching all...

Silver Leaf Diner

We are a family run diner serving homemade meals daily, along with homemade pies, doughnuts, cinnamon rolls, biscuits & dinner rolls. If you are looking for some old fashioned home cooking, stop on into the Silver Leaf Diner!!. 3231 US-11 De Kalb Junction, NY 13630. 315-347-1058. Open 7 days a...

Ben & Jerry’s Doggie Desserts Pup Culture Tour

Calling all dogs and humans who love them! We’re hitting the road for a tail-waggin’ tour celebrating our best four-legged friends and the treats they crave. Join us in Tampa, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston for the Doggie Desserts Pup Culture Tour! Bring your pups and doggos for a day of dog-friendly activities, plenty of Ben & Jerry’s Doggie Desserts, and treats for the humans, too. Zoomies encouraged! Learn more about what’s happening in a city near you:

Where to Eat, Drink, and Caffeinate in Copenhagen

I RECENTLY WENT to Copenhagen to do a story on Noma, ranked the #1 restaurant in the world five times and most recently inaugurated into a new category — World’s 50 Best: Best of the Best. Since opening, the restaurant’s dazzling success has transformed the city into a global hub of culinary excellence and innovation. Prior to my arrival, the Noma team, a group of brilliant individuals from across the globe, shared a list with me of their recommendations around the Danish capital, from the finest of dining to their grungy after-work watering holes.

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....

Artisan roasters at Remington festival

Mike Crowe, President of the Frederic Remington Art Museum, and Oliver Morrison-Nowak sample coffee from Vanessa Gilbert, of Tug Hill Artisan Roasters, Lowville, at the Remington Festival June 18. NCNow photo.

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...