Thursday, July 31, 2014

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Some North Country businesses are getting a big incentive to expand. This week, NYPA approved distributing low-cost power to three St. Lawrence County manufacturing companies. Matt Jarchow explains what it means for the businesses and the area.

07/30/2014 05:36 PM

Edward Cox says the chances for those on his statewide ticket winning election this fall have improved dramatically, as the public has seen more and more information on the governor and his Moreland Commission.

07/30/2014 10:55 PM

New Information in Heidi Allen Disappearance Case, Family Speaks Out

It's been a week of new attention on a decades-old case in Oswego County. Authorities have been searching a wooded area in the town of Mexico based on a new tip about the disappearance of Heidi Allen. Sarah Blazonis shares about a new development regarding the 1995 conviction in the case.

Updated 07/30/2014 07:49 PM

100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope Campaign for Blood Donations

The American Red Cross is again experiencing a shortage when it comes to blood donations across the country. Officials are asking people to consider becoming a blood donor now during the summer months. Brad Vivacqua has details on what it takes to help out.

Updated 7:59 AM

Bath PBA Speaks Out Against Proposed Cuts to Force

The Bath Police Department could be facing cuts. Village lawmakers say they're in a budget crunch. But as Time Warner Cable News reporter Crystal Cranmore shares, police say with major drug issues in the area, cuts could put lives in jeopardy.

07/30/2014 10:45 PM


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New Financial Help Available for Rural Infrastructure Upgrades

Federal officials say the infrastructure in rural parts of the U.S. is in need of major upgrades, but the government doesn't have the money to do it alone. Candace Hopkins explains about the newly created Rural Infrastructure Opportunity Fund. 07/30/2014 06:50 PM


Drums Along Mohawk Rained Out, Event Still Rewarding

It's one of the most anticipated events in the Mohawk Valley. But fans were disappointed when Drums Along the Mohawk was rained out for the first time in 36 years. Only a few groups performed before conditions were declared unsafe. As Alana LaFlore reports, members say the performances are rewarding in more ways than one. 4:46 AM


Cleanup of Watertown Eyesore to Begin Tuesday

A multi-acre eyesore that has sat vacant for years in the City of Watertown is about to be cleaned up. Elizabeth Jeneault shares why leaders believe the project will benefit the surrounding neighborhood. 07/30/2014 06:21 PM

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