Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Mary A. Thompson

    Mary A. Thompson Mary A. Thompson, age 88 formerly of Sackets Harbor; passed away Tuesday morning at VanDuyn Nursing Home in Syracuse where she has resided since 2008. Mary was born May 11, 1929 in Watertown the daughter of William and Hazel Morris Sullivan. She graduated from Watertown High…

  • Ada Elizabeth “Betty” Schafer

    Ada Elizabeth “Betty” Schafer Ada Elizabeth “Betty” Schafer of Sackets Harbor, NY formerly of Edgewood, PA passed away peacefully, at her daughter’s home on Saturday, November 25, 2017. She was 92. Born December 6, 1924 in Trafford, PA, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth Wray Jones and…

  • Community News for Nov. 25, 2017

    Community News for Nov. 25, 2017 UTICAUtica artwork featured on downtown bannersAs the city lights downtown Utica for the holidays, they also will be installing 35 new downtown “One World Art Gallery” banners, featuring the works of 70 local artists who, live, work, attend art school or maintain a…

  • I-Square expansion: Town Board votes to rezone parcels

    I-Square expansion: Town Board votes to rezone parcels The fully built-out I-Square project would reach 92,000 square feet.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News I-Square expansion: Town Board votes to rezone parcels

  • Hard-earned path from Malawi to Union

    Hard-earned path from Malawi to Union Schenectady Walani Ndhlovu’s journey from a dirt-floored hut in the African country of Malawi to Union College included a stop last week on stage with Tom Brokaw at Lincoln Center in New York City. Brokaw interviewed Ndhlovu at a gala for Maloto, a…

  • Cop shoots cop and dog in wild Falls altercation

    Cop shoots cop and dog in wild Falls altercation NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) – Two Niagara Falls police officers are recovering from injuries suffered during a wild altercation at a home on North Avenue, Monday morning. One officer was shot accidentally by the other who was fighting off a…

  • Fort Drum holds special Thanksgiving meals for soldiers, families

    Fort Drum holds special Thanksgiving meals for soldiers, families FORT DRUM — Soldiers and families on post enjoyed special Thanksgiving meals on Tuesday, and dining facilities across the installation competed to put out the best meal.The post’s 10th Combat Aviation Brigade won the Commanding General’s Best Mess Competition.Many of…

  • Hammond man charged with assault, imprisonment

    Hammond man charged with assault, imprisonment HAMMOND — St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies on Nov. 17 charged Michael A. Bice, 50, of 1470 Route 37, with third-degree assault and second-degree unlawful imprisonment, both misdemeanors. Deputies said the charges stem from a Nov. 17 domestic incident that occurred at Mr.…

  • Woman charged with mischief, harassment, following alleged Potsdam domestic incident

    Woman charged with mischief, harassment, following alleged Potsdam domestic incident POTSDAM — St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies on Nov. 18 charged Shannon K. Garvey, 29, of 117 Eastern Ave., Balston Spa, with fourth-degree criminal mischief and aggravated harassment, both misdemeanors. She was also cited with second-degree harassment. Deputies said…

  • Brockport kindergarten teacher allegedly possessed child porn

    Brockport kindergarten teacher allegedly possessed child porn Roland Yockel, 30, of Hilton charged by criminal complaint with receipt and distribution of child pornography.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Brockport kindergarten teacher allegedly possessed child porn