WATERTOWN — Dr. Jason White envisions a drastically different downtown a year from now, with several $10 million DRI projects already completed or underway.
WATERTOWN — Five downtown properties owned by real estate developer Brian H. Murray are about to change hands.
BRASHER FALLS — What started as two businesses is now two blocks that are filled with 14 businesses, offices and apartments in downtown Brasher Falls, and the property is available for purchase.
CANTON — Northern New York is a long way from Japan, Brazil and Sweden, but on Monday the three countries seemed a bit closer for members of the Canton Rotary Club.
WATERTOWN — An attorney representing Ives Hill Country Club owner P.J. Simao has raised questions about whether the posting of “public parking” signs at a city-owned lot adjacent to Watertown Golf Club property resolves all issues regarding use of the lot.
WATERTOWN — Amanda Ripley has interviewed people who study conflict all over the world and it’s made her lose sleep.
WATERTOWN — The city has started legal action against the owners of two Factory Street area properties in an attempt to have the owners clean up their sites.
The idea of a National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Ontario is much more than just protecting some shipwrecks and giving scuba divers some more areas to discover.
Jumping off the school bus one last time, losing bookbags in the depths under beds and planning leisurely days of ice cream, swimming and naps marks the beginning of summer vacation.
WATERTOWN — State Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky ruled Thursday that Watertown Golf Club Inc.’s encroachments onto city parkland are a separate issue from any pertaining to the club’s lease of city land.
WATERTOWN — The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the sale of a tax sale certificate for an apartment building at 603 Boyd St. to an Oswego County real estate developer.
WATERTOWN — As the City Council prepares to hold a special meeting to discuss what needs to be done about Watertown Golf Club Inc.’s encroachment onto city-owned parkland, a club shareholder and former member of its board of directors claims the existence of the encroachments have long been …
The paddling business in the Adirondack Park has expanded in recent decades, allowing for the activity to draw in tourists from around the world.
WATERTOWN — The Children’s Home of Jefferson County will be moving into the historic Empsall Building, where a new primary care and behavioral health clinic will open and 125 jobs will be brought to the center of downtown.
POTSDAM — Less than a month ago, a Missouri housing development company was awarded $5.6 million in grant funding from the state for the renovation of Clarkson University’s Old Snell Hall into 59 affordable housing apartments.
BROWNVILLE — Swarms of people walked the streets of Brownville Saturday morning as the 42nd annual General Brown Weekend was underway.
WATERTOWN — The city and Watertown Golf Club Inc. are asking a judge to deny a motion to renew a lawsuit over the city’s lease with the club for Thompson Park land used for half of the golf club’s course.
ALEXANDRIA BAY — Town of Alexandria taxpayers will determine whether the town buys the former Bonnie Castle Recreation Center for its new ice arena in the next general election.
WATERTOWN — Sens. Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten E. Gillibrand, both D-NY, announced today $172 million in federal funding for New York state, including the Community Development Block Grant Program and the HOME Investment Partnerships Program for economic development and affordable housing.
WATERTOWN — The fading plywood has covered most of the windows on a vacant home at 531 Bradley St. ever since its owner died several years ago.
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes rebounded in February to the fastest pace in almost a year, topping estimates and snapping a three-month streak of declines to offer a robust indication that the housing market is stabilizing after last year’s slump.
WATERTOWN — State Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky has dismissed a lawsuit against the city over its lease with the Watertown Golf Club.
WATERTOWN — A judge has dismissed a series of lawsuits brought in opposition to the construction of a First Student bus garage in the Jefferson County Corporate Park, essentially ruling that all disputed issues were resolved when the town of Watertown Zoning Board of Appeals determined that …