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For some people who live along the Black Lake in St. Lawrence County, this year's Easter was quite different from the rest. Our Elizabeth Jeneault has more on how people there are dealing with continued flooding.

3:43 PM

Hectic Easter shopping season forces shoppers to get creative

Clothing, toys and candy are flying off the shelves nationwide. The National Retail Federation predicts that Americans will spend $15.9 billion on Easter good this year. With the average person expected to shell out $137, some items are selling out, forcing shoppers to dig and get creative. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Vita McHale has more.

6:09 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Watertown Daily Times, Changing With the Times: Part 5

It's said the newspaper is for the older generation, but the executives at the Watertown Daily Times say with some fresh ideas that page can turn to get younger readers. Reporter Brian Dwyer wraps up his five-part series on the paper with a look at its future.

04/18/2014 12:08 PM

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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WATERTOWN

Two-time olympic medalist returns to Lewis County

Lewis County neighbors had the chance to meet a two-time olympic medalist Saturday who had a special story to share. Our Elizabeth Jeneault joined fans as Andrew Weibrecht returned to the Tug Hill. 04/19/2014 09:24 PM

NEW YORK

Caring for Easter plants

Whether you're celebrating Easter at home or away with family and friends, many people will be decorating with plants. But what's the best kind and what can you do to keep them alive after the holiday? Our Candace Hopkins shares some simple tips. 04/19/2014 09:29 PM

LITTLE FALLS

Little Falls movie theatre fundraising to keep up in digital age

Valley Cinemas is changing from film to digital movies. But it is a costly upgrade. So far, the theatre has raised only half of the money it needs to make the changes. Our Alana LaFlore tells us why the cinema must convert to digital to stay open. Updated 04/19/2014 06:27 PM

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