Congresswoman Elise M. Stefanik is asking the Federal Communications Commission to step in and stop the New York state Department of Transport…
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More north country towns and villages have decided to opt out of allowing marijuana dispensaries in their borders, but some are still deciding.
WASHINGTON — The House passed a short-term raise for the national debt limit on Tuesday, down strict party lines.
WATERTOWN — Jefferson County jail inmates will soon have access to web-enabled tablets, made and maintained by the prison telecommunications c…
CLAYTON — The village will soon be installing a new camera and speaker system around its downtown corridor, a new aspect of the revitalization…
WATERTOWN — Eric A. Maass, 40, of 287 E. Main St., Upper Apt. was charged by city police on Saturday with disorderly conduct.
WATERTOWN — The Jefferson County Board of Legislators on Tuesday voted to pass a resolution decrying COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand wants to help clean up PFAS, a series of industrial chemicals used in a variety of application…
LYME — Voters will have the opportunity on Nov. 2 to decide whether marijuana dispensaries and consumption sites can come to town.
LOWVILLE — Two state legislators want to hold internet service providers subject to the same rules and regulations that power companies must follow.