WATERTOWN — Tournament MVP Jaid Baytos provided 17 points and 16 rebounds as the Immaculate Heart Central girls basketball team routed Sackets Harbor, 57-37, in the championship game of the Watertown Savings Bank tournament Saturday afternoon at Jefferson Community College.
Walking into Salmon Run Mall on Saturday morning, the holiday tunes over the sound system and countless flyers proclaiming “50% off” or “BOGO” may have given the false impression that Christmas was right around the corner.
OGDENSBURG — Moving to the beat of Alannah Myles’ “Black Velvet,” the women of Angela M. Burke’s PiYo class worked their muscles Saturday morning, at the Ogdensburg Dance Center on Ford Street. Ms. Burke, once a shy and self-conscious participant in other classes at the ODC, shed her fear and 50 pounds over the past year to lead the class, which meets for an intense workout four days a week.
BRASHER FALLS — Bailey Hewlett scored on a breakaway with one minute, seven seconds left in overtime as the Massena hockey team rallied to defeat St. Lawrence Central, 6-5, in a Northern Athletic Conference interdivision game Friday night at Tri-Town Arena.
U.S. Rep. William L. Owens, D-Plattsburgh, who is retiring at the end of the year, was first elected in a special election in 2009, and re-elected in 2010, in what was then the 23rd Congressional District.
ADAMS — Workers began flow-testing a pair of unused wells at the Adams Country Club golf course Friday morning to find out if its water supply could be tapped to give the village and town a much-needed boost.