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Police Blotter 11/19/15

SOURCE: New York State Police-Carthage

A 28 year old Carthage man was arrested by New York State Police on a trespassing charge. New York State police out of the Carthage Barracks arrested Brian K. Sweet Saturday following an investigation into an incident that reportedly occurred in the Town of Wilna on October 25. He was charged with one count of Trespass, a violation. He will answer the charge in Wilna Town Court at a later date.

Home For The Holidays!!

The Lewis County Historical Society in Lowville will be holding the "Home For The Holidays Festival" today through Sunday. The event begins at 10:00am today and runs to 4pm. The schedule remains the same until Sunday, when it will be taking place from 1-4pm. Santa Clause will be visiting next week as well as a concert performed by the Adirondack Community Chorus on November 28th. We will have more on those upcoming events as the date approaches.   


Santa Is Coming To Town!!!

It’s that time of year. The leaves are gone, we’re a week away from Thanksgiving and that means the holiday rush is just around the corner! Start off your holiday season the right way and welcome Santa Clause to Boonville next Saturday November 28th!

Sports Review 11/19/15

Sports Review


The Nets lost to the hornets 116-111.
The Celtics lost to the Mavericks 106-102.

No Good News For Nirvana Employees

There is no good news for employees of Nirvana Spring Water in Boonville. ..WKTV is reporting that in Tuesday’s Bankruptcy sale hearing, no bid on the sale of Nirvana was accepted, meaning there is still no answer as to whether the 70 local employees of Nirvana will still have jobs this holiday season.

Police Blotter 11/18/15

SOURCE: New York State Police Gouverneur

A 24 year old Harrisville man was arrested Monday evening in Gouverneur on drug charges.

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