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 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Hogansburg woman charged after allegedly fleeing traffic stop, nearly injuring state police officer

By Andy Gardner MALONE – A Hogansburg woman is facing several charges after allegedly fleeing a traffic stop and nearly injuring a state trooper. State police say on Monday, January 18 around 1:24...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Tsiionkwanonhso:te COVID-19 outbreak kills 5; vaccinations of residents & staff underway

By Andy Gardner AKWESASNE – COVID-19 outbreak at the Tsiionkwanonhso:te long-term elder care facility has resulted in five resident deaths, and sickened a number of both residents and staff. Mohawk...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Akwesasne residents can get vaccinated at the regional clinic in Potsdam

By Andy Gardner Akwesasne residents will be able to get COVID-19 vaccinations at the New York State-run regional vaccination clinic at SUNY Potsdam, which should be ramping up to performing 1,000...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Massena Central will be in tough position for upcoming budget

By Andy Gardner MASSENA — Even though the most recent federal pandemic stimulus package includes some school aid, a Board of Education member says they’re still looking at a rough road when they...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Massena Central working on staff vaccine clinic, safety plan in case of future pandemics

By Andy Gardner MASSENA — The Massena Central School District is looking to set up a vaccination clinic for employees in the near future. Meanwhile, the Board of Education is coming up with a plan...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Massena school district will use artificial intelligence to communicate with families, track attendance

By Andy Gardner MASSENA — The Massena Central School District will start using artificial intelligence (AI) to communicate with families and track attendance. Community Schools Director Kristin...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 21, 2021 

Former Chief of Police and Massena Mayor - Tim Currier Resigns

By Andy Gardner MASSENA - Mayor Tim Currier, who was arrested in December in a drug sales investigation, will resign on Feb. 1. Currier, a former...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 14, 2021

Public health expert encourages younger, healthy people to get the COVID-19 vaccine

By Andy Gardner St. Lawrence County’s Board of Health president is urging everyone, especially the young, healthy, and fit, to be vaccinated for COVID-19, who he warns may not die of the disease...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 14, 2021

SUNY Potsdam will be mass vaccination site

By Andy Gardner POTSDAM – SUNY Potsdam will be a regional COVID-19 vaccination site, and the St. Lawrence County Public Health Department expects to have four more lined up by the end of the week....

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 7, 2021

Area public health official answers frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccine

By Andy Gardner CANTON — With COVID-19 vaccinations slowly rolling out, a top local public health official recently explained some of the frequently asked questions for the vaccine. Dr. Andrew...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 7, 2021

Conditions of all Massena Central educational buildings will be analyzed, documented

By Andy Gardner MASSENA – Contractors working on the Massena Central School District’s capital project will conduct a building condition survey of all district buildings, which the state requires...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 7, 2021

Massena Central parents, staff growing frustrated with quarantine rules that aren't up to the school district

By Andy Gardner MASSENA – The Massena Central superintendent told the Board of Education there is frustration among students and staff who are directed to stay home due to COVID-19 precautions, but...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 17, 2020

Man flees police in Fort Covington, leads troopers on chase down Route 37

By Andy Gardner WESTVILLE. A Malone man was arrested after fleeing police who tried to pull him over for going 95-mph in a 55-mph zone in Fort Covington. State police say they charged Anthony K....

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 17, 2020

Public Health doctor: people still need to practice preventative measures after vaccines arrive; mass testing event not needed

BY ANDY GARDNER CANTON. Even though the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive in St. Lawrence County by the end of the week, keeping the coronavirus at bay will still require people...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 17, 2020

Fire destroys Martin's Store and adjacent pretzel factory in Moira

By Andy Gardner MOIRA. A fire reported at 6:45 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 destroyed Martin’s Country Store and a neighboring pretzel factory on Franklin County Route 6. Moira Fire Chief Shawn Niles...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 17, 2020

Winter scholastic sports championships canceled, no decision yet on high-risk athletics

By Andy Gardner The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) is canceling all 2021 winter championships and postponing high-risk sports until the state gives authorization to...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 17, 2020

Salmon River, Massena runners recognized with spots on boys & girls All-NAC teams

By Andy Gardner Several local cross-country runners were recently applauded with All-Northern Athletic Conference honors. The All-NAC boys team includes Xavier Collins from the Salmon River...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 10, 2020

Local hospitals getting COVID-19 testing machines that can return same-day results

By Andy Gardner Two COVID-19 testing machines that return same-day results are expected to arrive at St. Lawrence County hospitals this month, according to the county administrator. The county Board...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 10, 2020

Public health doctor: people need to change attitudes about going in to work with even mild symptoms of cold or flu

By Andy Gardner CANTON. The St. Lawrence County Board of Health president says people need to change cavalier attitudes about toughing it out and going to work with minor symptoms of illness. He says...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 10, 2020

Public health official recommends new COVID positive people make their own contact lists to aid overwhelmed contact tracers

By Andy Gardner CANTON. A local public health director says there is a way for people who are being tested for COVID-19 can help their overwhelmed case investigators and contact tracers. “If you do...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 10, 2020

St. Lawrence County looking into mass COVID-19 public testing event

By Andy Gardner CANTON. St. Lawrence County legislators are discussing if it would be possible to hold a mass COVID-19 public testing event. The discussion took place during the Dec. 7 full Board of...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 3, 2020

Massena mayor arrested following investigation of alleged involvement with drug dealing

By Andy Gardner CANTON. The St. Lawrence County sheriff says Massena Mayor Tim Currier's arrest came after law enforcement "received information this...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 3, 2020

Massena sport fishing promoter wants collaboration with Akwesasne for summer tournaments

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. The town’s director of sport fishing promotion says he wants Akwesasne to be involved with four tournaments planned for this summer that could bring 1,000 anglers to Massena...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    November 25, 2020

More Massena Central capital project improvements happening in 2021, 2022

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. The second phase of the Massena Central School District capital project will be split in half, with work being done in both the summer of 2021 and 2022. District contractors...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    November 19, 2020

Franklin, St. Lawrence counties see two new COVID-19 deaths, doc warns holidays could spread the disease even more

By Andy Gardner St. Lawrence and Franklin counties have both seen additional deaths attributed to COVID-19. St. Lawrence County public health officials reported the county’s sixth death during a Mon...

 

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