99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 2/26/11
MALONE WOMAN STRUCK BY MINIVAN EXPIRES--A spokesperson at Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont told 99 News Friday morning 48-year-old Grace Roig of Malone succumbed to injuries she received when she was struck while walking along Elm Street in Malone about 4:45 Wednesday afternoon. Malone Police say charges are pending the outcome of their investigation. Roig received what police termed "massive head trauma".
POTSDAM TRUSTEES RECEIVE RECOMMENDATION TO SELL "COLUMBIA STREET" PROPERTY--Village Administrator David Fenton told the board Monday a selling price should be negotiated for the 'paper street' that was never built. "Columbia Street" would have connected what is now the Maple Street neighborhood where Clarkson University greek houses are located with Pine Street, had it been built in the 19th Century. Half of the land has already been sold off. A greek organization with a house in the neighborhood wants to buy the rest.
COUNTY GETS 60-THOUSAND DOLLAR BREAK ON RECYCLING COSTS--The Development Authority of the North Country announced the rebate for St.Lawrence County for its participation in the 'North Country Recycles" awareness and education campaign. DANC runs the regional landfill in Rodman.
MASSENA WOMAN PICKED UP ON PROBATION VIOLATION WARRANT JAILED WITHOUT BAIL--Massena Police say 27-year-old Amanda Gilbert of Andrews Street was involved in a motor vehicle accident on West Orvis Street about 6:30 Friday evening. She was found to be wanted by Potsdam Village Police. Potsdam Police picked Gilbert up and took her to the county lockup, where she is held until her arraignment next week.
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