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Watertown City judge candidate wins court decision regarding party lines
Posted by news on 10/23/2017 4:22:00 AM.
A candidate for Watertown City Judge wins another courtroom battle against his opponent.
Last week, the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court upheld a previous decision, which means Republican Tony Neddo can stay on the "Law and Order" party line.
 
Current City Judge Cathy Palermo brought the challenge forward, claiming Neddo fraudulently collected petitions.
 
The goal of the lawsuit: to have Neddo appear on one fewer line on the ballot this November.
 
With the ruling, though, Neddo will be on four lines, and Palermo five.
Tony Neddo, Cathy Palermo, Watertown City Judge

7 News: Monnat out as Lewis County undersheriff
Posted by news on 10/23/2017 4:20:00 AM.
The second-in-command of the Lewis County Sheriff's department is out. Sheriff Mike Carpinelli confirmed to 7 News that he asked for undersheriff James Monnat to retire late last week.
Lewis County, undersheriff James Monnat

The game isn't on when it comes to the NFL at the Watertown American Legion
Posted by news on 10/23/2017 4:20:00 AM.
Are you ready to watch some Monday Night Football? Well, the American Legion in Watertown isn't the place for you.
American Legion, Post 61, Watertown, NFL

Potsdam village offices to be closed Monday during funeral services for former lawmaker
Posted by news on 10/23/2017 4:19:00 AM.
Village offices in Potsdam will be closed today so employees and officials can attend the funeral of a longtime lawmaker.
Ruth Garner, Potsdam, village offices

Cuomo signs law helping volunteer firefighters battle cancer
Posted by news on 10/23/2017 4:17:00 AM.
Volunteer firefighters who are diagnosed with certain cancers are going to receive health benefits after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed key legislation into law.
volunteer fire fighters, Governor Andrew Cuomo, law, cancer

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