99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR THURSDAY, 3/24/11
POTSDAM TRUSTEES SHOULD SEE STORMWATER STUDY IN LATE APRIL--Village Administrator David Fenton told Trustees Monday they should get a report from GHD Engineering the third week in April about solutions for alleviating large amounts of storm runoff. A group of homeowners in the neighborhood off the Market Street business District threatened to sue if the Village did not fix the problem. Homes were deluged with basement flooding up to the neck in some cases, in a major rainstorm in late September, 2010.
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COUNTY CONSERVATIVES HEAR FROM STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CANDIDATES, CANADIATES HAMMERED ON SECOND AMENDMENT ISSUES
CONGRESSMAN BILL OWENS CONCERNED ABOUT IMPACT OF LIBYAN DEPLOYMENT ON 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION TROOPS IN ARAQ AND AFGHANISTAN
25-YEAR-OLD MEDIA "BO" PROVOST IV OF DICKINSON CENTER, JAILED IN FEBRUARY FOR ALLEGED SEXUAL ABUSE OF A FEMALE, NOW CHARGED WITH FELONY FIRST DEGREE RAPE FOR ALLEGED FURTHER RELATIONS WITH HER; ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 100-THOUSAND DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 200-THOUSAND DOLLARS BAIL BOND
WESTVILLE COUPLE, KATHERINE AND KEVIN NICHOLS WIN 100-THOUSAND DOLLARS AT AKWESASNE MOHAWK CASINO
CUOMO, SUNY CHANCELLOR ZIMPHER TO NEGOTIATE TUITION HIKES IN WAKE OF THREATENED CUTS
John Haney, Jr.--53--St.Regis Falls. Services 2pm Friday at Hammill Funeral Home, St.Regis Falls. Calling hours Friday 1-2pm.