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It's not just getting moving that is important for better health. Health experts say people should have a muscle-strengthening component to their exercise, too. [Read More]
Standing in front of a Section 3 backdrop and surrounded by a small cluster of reporters holding cameras and voice recorders last month, Kwazsi Gaddis... [Read More]
An offseason of hard work in the weight room turned Gouverneur senior Logan Garrison into the best offensive lineman in Section 10 football this season... [Read More]
The Clarkson University men's hockey team made up for a frustrating loss Friday night by shutting out rival St. Lawrence University 3-0 Saturday before 3,423... [Read More]
The annual men's basketball series between Syracuse University and Georgetown faces an uncertain future, but the longtime impassioned rivalry appeared to be full of life... [Read More]
A defendant charged with making meth entered a plea deal that allowed him to be referred to the drug court program Friday in Lewis County... [Read More]
Mary Terhune and Alessandra Uriarte both won an individual event and contributed to the winning 1,600-meter relay as the St. Lawrence University men's and women's... [Read More]
Section 3 MVP: Kwazsi Gaddis, Indian River, Sr. [Read More]
Karen Wilson Buterbaugh was 16 in the fall of 1965 when she got pregnant by her steady boyfriend. Terrified and in denial, she hid her... [Read More]
Leann Marie Green married Brendan James Jordan at 2 p.m. Oct. 6, 2018, at St. Patrick's Church, Otisco, with the Rev. Father Carey officiating. [Read More]
As a young adult, Alexis N. Gondosch of Massena was headed for a life of misery a few years ago. [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in the New York Daily News on Dec. 3:... [Read More]
The Morley Library Association Inc. extends thanks to all the donors of prizes for the recent entertainment package raffle and the Biking for Books event... [Read More]
JEFFERSON COUNTYThe following property sales were recorded in Jefferson County clerk's office Nov. 27:... [Read More]
City Council will vote Monday on whether to pay $21,000 to Seeler Engineering PC of Pittsford for a study on whether a project labor agreement... [Read More]
The city's recreation department has been recognized by the state Senate for its decades of work aimed at enhancing the quality of life in the... [Read More]
A Syracuse woman pleaded guilty Monday in St. Lawrence County Court to felony marijuana possession in a plea deal that will send her to prison. [Read More]
New York Times... [Read More]
On a gray day here, Nancy ("Nan") Smith couldn't help but offer color commentary on her exhibit. [Read More]
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