LOWVILLE — Lewis County confirmed no additional COVID-19 cases as of Tuesday, leaving the county’s total number of cases at 24, but report that one more person has recovered.
NEW YORK — The state will give death benefits for frontline workers who died from COVID-19, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Monday, before discouraging lawmakers from spending money the state doesn’t have as the Legislature resumes remote session this week.
WATERTOWN — Jefferson County confirmed no new COVID-19 cases Monday, leaving the county’s total number of confirmed cases at 71.
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WATERTOWN — Tiffany M. Booth, 28, of 141 N. Meadow St., was arrested on Monday at 10:25 a.m. after police allege she attempted to shoplift a pack of Nicoderm CQ patches and a Thermalon black wrap from the Kinney Drugs on Coffeen Street. Ms. Booth was charged with petit larceny. Read More ⇒