Police Log Friday Joseph Norton, 37, of Brushton, was charged with criminal contempt, disobeying a court order by state police. Rescue Calls Sunday 5:58 p.m. Fort Covington to County Route 42; 7:50 p.m. Bangor to Reynoldston Road; 9:08 p.m. Tupper Lake to Wawbeek Avenue; St. Regis Falls to North River Road; 10:36 p.m. Saranac Lake to Bloomingdale Avenue. Monday 4:05 a.m. Bangor to Route 11B; 9:55 a.m. Burke to Coveytown Road; 2:50 p.m. Saranac Lake to Depot Street. Fire Calls Sunday 5:33 p.m. Bangor to County Route 22 in response to a vehicle fire; 9:09 p.m. Fort Covington to Griffin Road in response to a wildland fire. Monday 6:47 a.m. Malone to Route 11 in response to a motor-vehicle crash.
MALONE — A fundraiser on GoFundMe, a crowdsourcing website, has raised $1,600 to benefit the Malone Recreation Foundation, and to go towards the purchase of security cameras at the Malone Village Memorial Park.
ST. REGIS FALLS — Two seats — one holding a one-year term and the other a five-year term — are up for grabs in the school district and two candidates are vying to fill them, unopposed, school officials said.
WATERTOWN — State police confirmed Wednesday evening that a Carthage man who allegedly shot and killed two people earlier in the day at a Clinton Street real estate office has died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
MALONE — As vaccine distribution continues, the Franklin County Agricultural Society and 2021 Franklin County Fair organizers said Tuesday, they are monitoring developments in what the state will be permitting for capacity allowances, moving forward.
AKWESASNE — The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and the Native American Fellowship of the Assemblies of God are holding a third free food distribution event on Tuesday, where food boxes will be available for all community members, Tribe officials said.
MALONE — Despite the obstacles and challenges of operating a ski mountain during the COVID-19 pandemic, Titus Mountain Family Ski Center’s staff worked hard to ensure skiers and snowboarders had a fun and safe season on the slopes.
POTSDAM — COVID-19 has presented challenges that we never could have imagined. Social distancing, wearing masks, and weekly pooled saliva testing have become as familiar to college campuses as late-night visits to the library.