POTSDAM — Public engagement is a key component of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative planning process and on Wednesday, the public will have its first opportunity to engage with state, local and development officials to share ideas to improve quality of life, generate jobs and leverage p…
WATERTOWN — Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has announced Department of Housing and Urban Development funding totaling $2,473,080 to be awarded to various projects to combat homelessness across the north country, including Jefferson and Lewis counties.
POTSDAM — Village trustees Monday night took the first step in giving a makeover to Garner Park, at the foot of Raymond Street, by entering into an agreement with the landscaping company that enhanced Ives Park several years ago.
POTSDAM — The village’s first Local Planning Committee meeting for the Downtown Revitalization Initiative is happening Tuesday and the public’s involvement in the development of the Strategic Investment Plan that will guide the investment of the $9.7 million award in transformative downtown …
WATERTOWN — Vacant since this summer, the former Concentrix call center will become the home of the Watertown YMCA’s new community center.
CANTON — The town and village of Canton and a team of consultants hosted the first public workshop as part of the New York State Brownfield Opportunity Areas Program on Nov. 20, with a walking tour of the Gouverneur Street Gateway the following morning.
CANTON — Teamwork and ingenuity have been cited by state and St. Lawrence County officials as leading to the cleanup of more than 50 tax-delinquent and potentially contaminated properties and, in some instances, having them placed back on the county tax rolls.
WATERTOWN — Developer Michael E. Lundy could get the go-ahead on Tuesday for his proposed redevelopment of the old Medical Arts Building property on Clinton Street.
A former Carthage developer who was romantically linked to convicted Russian spy Maria Butina is expected to plead guilty to one count each of wire fraud and money laundering in a South Dakota courtroom.
POTSDAM — Like a mother doting over her child, Rosemarie Rivezzi paced through the winds of a blustery Wednesday afternoon, looking over the recently completed Ives Park play area that was her brainchild in 2016.
MASSENA — Massena village trustees have authorized their code enforcement officer to take action on an unsafe condition after unsuccessful attempts to have the building owner address the situation.
CANTON — A former North Country Housing Council finance manager was arrested Tuesday by state police for allegedly using a company credit card to make personal purchases amounting to more than $8,000.
POTSDAM — Village Board members were met with praise and insight regarding the overall findings of a Clarkson University study of the condition of the village’s sidewalks and other pedestrian-used structures.
MASSENA — What was once a furniture and jewelry business on Water Street has been transformed into a multi-use building with three luxury apartments and future office space.
NORWOOD — With Halloween just around the bend, Village Police Officer in Charge Shawn J. Wells is advocating kids to have fun while being safe through a new program.
POTSDAM — Following the purchase of the 6968 Route 56 property earlier this summer, innovative motor maker LC Drives is still on the hunt for funding for a project that would involve building a 120,000-square-foot factory that officials said would lead to between 200 and 300 new jobs.
POTSDAM — The Lawrence Avenue Apartments on Debra Drive have new owners and with that will come a new look.
WATERTOWN — Two vacant apartment buildings in the city are getting facelifts.
BRASHER FALLS — While the town of Brasher’s zoning code addresses many topics, subdivisions haven’t been one of them. But that’s about to change.