Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Judge tosses out emails in case against Steve Pigeon

    Judge tosses out emails in case against Steve Pigeon BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)- Emails found at the home of political operative Steve Pigeon will not be used against him in court. State Supreme Court Justice Donald Cerio ruled the emails were obtained improperly, and suppressed them as evidence in the case…

  • Three charged with drug possession in Watertown

    Three charged with drug possession in Watertown WATERTOWN — City police charged three people on drug-related charges at 12:08 a.m. Thursday at 121 Western Blvd. Lacy A. Farr, 21, of 37389 Bald Rock Road Apt. 201, Clayton, and Kevin F. Elie, 34, of 112 Court St. Apt. 2, were…

  • Lowville man accused of DWI in New Bremen

    Lowville man accused of DWI in New Bremen NEW BREMEN — Patrick D. Pominville, 20, North State Street, Lowville, was charged by Lewis County sheriff’s deputies with driving while intoxicated and parking in the roadway at 4:03 a.m. Monday on Route 812 in the town of New Bremen.Mr. Pominville…

  • Three doctors shot inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center

    Three doctors shot inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center NEW YORK — At least three doctors were shot inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in the Mount Hope neighborhood of the Bronx on Friday afternoon, according to a Fire Department official.Shortly before 4 p.m., J. Peter Donald, the chief spokesman for the New…

  • The big consequence of the Amazon-Whole Foods deal no one’s talking about

    The big consequence of the Amazon-Whole Foods deal no one’s talking about Amazon has proved its power to disrupt markets. Now its proposed purchase of Whole Foods has some small farmers and food producers worried that they could be next in line.So say organic activists, farmers’ advocates and economists…

  • UPDATE: Gunman at Bronx Hospital is down, multiple people shot

    UPDATE: Gunman at Bronx Hospital is down, multiple people shot UPDATE: CBS NEWS is reporting shooter is down, deceased at hospital, 4 to 6 people have gunshot wounds or injuries.  NEW YORK — Police in New York City are responding to a report of shots fired at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, CBS…

  • Why hundreds of New York Times employees staged a walkout

    Why hundreds of New York Times employees staged a walkout For those in the business of words, copy editors are considered the “safety nets,” the meticulous proofreaders who catch everything from spelling mistakes to major factual errors.And in the era of “fake news,” averting error is more important than…

  • College hockey: Former St. Lawrence leader Marsh to return to coaching, head Dartmouth women’s team

    College hockey: Former St. Lawrence leader Marsh to return to coaching, head Dartmouth women’s team CANTON — The St. Lawrence University men’s hockey program is going to have to find another color commentator for radio broadcasts this season.Former Saints head coach Joe Marsh will spend the 2017-18 season serving…

  • H. Bradford Arthur

    H. Bradford Arthur H. Bradford “Brad” Arthur, 77 passed away peacefully with his wife, sister and children by his side after a long, courageous battle with Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma. Brad was born in Watertown in 1940, a son of the late Hiram S. and Rita H. Arthur. Brad graduated…