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WATERTOWN/NORTH COUNTRY

This section displays all of the Watertown and North Country news articles published in the past 7 days.


Salvation Army in Watertown Prepares to Feed Hundreds

Watertown

Salvation Army in Watertown Prepares to Feed Hundreds

Six hundred people will need to be fed in Watertown on Thanksgiving and Salvation Army volunteers are doing everything they can to prepare. Elizabeth Jeneault explains what goes into making a meal that large. Updated 11/26/2014 06:31 PM

Woman Accepts NYS Lottery Prize Worth at Least $20 Million

Watertown

Woman Accepts NYS Lottery Prize Worth at Least $20 Million

A Watertown woman is set for life after being awarded a prize worth at least $20 million from the New York State Lottery. Elizabeth Jeneault explains what Judy Brown plans to do with all that money. Updated 11/25/2014 06:21 PM

Through Tragedy, Family Finds Strength in Community Love and Support

Watertown

Through Tragedy, Family Finds Strength in Community Love and Support

For one Central New York family, the past 24 months have been a roller coaster of emotions. Two years ago, Colgate professor Christine LaFave was diagnosed with terminal stage four breast cancer. But as Brian Dwyer reports, old friends, new friends, and now even famous friends have come together to make sure the LaFave family is able to mix in smiles and laughs with the tears. Updated 11/24/2014 10:31 PM

North Country Ski Area Off to a Good Start Thanks to Lake Effect

Watertown

North Country Ski Area Off to a Good Start Thanks to Lake Effect

Thanks to lake effect snow, the Dry Hill Ski Area in Watertown had one of its earliest starts to a season ever. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has more on why the ski area believes the early opening will help boost business there this winter. 11/23/2014 05:18 PM

Your Hometown: Mohawk Valley Hockey Part II

Utica

Your Hometown: Mohawk Valley Hockey Part II

After years of popularity and success, the original Comets franchise could not afford to continue. Their collapse was followed by a string of failed teams in the area. But as Alana LaFlore reports in part two of this week's Your Hometown, with the new Utica Comets, many are optimistic professional hockey is here to stay. Updated 11/23/2014 09:38 AM

North Country Tries to Catch Up With Sudden Blast of Winter

Watertown

North Country Tries to Catch Up With Sudden Blast of Winter

Watertown and the North Country didn't really get a chance to ease into winter this year.
The snow arrived quickly, dumping feet almost everywhere the lake effect band passed.
It's left people scrambling to catch up. As Brian Dwyer reports, things like snow tires and snow blowers have moved up priority lists. Updated 11/20/2014 09:32 PM

Another Round of Lake Effect Snow Hits the North Country

Jefferson County

Another Round of Lake Effect Snow Hits the North Country

A second round of lake-effect snow is continuing to impact the North Country. A lake effect snow warning remains in effect until noon Friday for Jefferson and Lewis Counties. Brad Vivacqua reports. Updated 11/20/2014 12:34 PM

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