99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR 10/7/10
POTSDAM TRUSTEES VOTE TO MOVE AHEAD ON 23 SISSON STREET DEMOLITION--The borard agreed unanimously Monday to apply to State Supreme Court in the hopes of having the house declared a public nuisance, so it can be torn down. The fire-gutted house has lain vacant for several years; numerous attempts to bring it up to code have failed. Code Enforcement Officer John Hill told the board the owner was contacted, due process was followed with no response.
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MASSENA WOMAN, 29-YEAR-OLD CRYSTAL FIELDS ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY ROBBING SHIRLEY'S DISCOUNT LIQUOR AND WINE IN JANUARY, JAILED WITHOUT BAIL
OGDENSBURG POLICE INVESTIGATING PAIR OF BURGLARIES, TIRE THEFTS AT REGAN'S COLLISION, 1000-DOLLAR REWARD OFFERED FOR INFORMATION
GOP&CONSERVATIVE INSIDERS SAY MONEY IS THE REASON WHY SUPPORT SHIFTED FROM HOFFMAN TO DOHENY IN 23RD DISTRICT RACE, DOHENY SAYS NO, 'EVERYTHING WE'VE GOTTEN, WE'VE EARNED.'
OWENS FIRES OPENING SHOT AT DOHENY, SAYS HE SUPPORTS TAX BREAKS THAT WILL SHIP JOBS OVERSEAS
24 RECENT CLARKSON GRADS GET JOBS AT GENERAL DYNAMICS ELECTRIC BOAT
Mary Emburey--78--Ogdensburg, former Norwood resident. Services 11am Tuesday at Buck Funeral Home, Norwood. Calling hours Tuesday from 10am until the service