Summer 2016 Feature Story: Cavallario’s Cucina

Authentic fare with a dash of love Family first at Cavallario’s Cucina where ‘everything we do’ is homemade By Karee Magee, NNY Living There was … [Continue Reading]

Above, Brenda T. Cavallario in the kitchen with her grandsons at her restaurant, Cavallario’s Cucina, Watertown. Opposite page, from left, Brenda T. Cavallario, daughter, Gina Vann, and husband, Peter G. Cavallario. The family restaurant features homemade authentic Italian food. Photo by Stephen Swofford, NNY Living.

Summer 2016 Cover Story: Healthy Eating

Plan & Prep For Healthy Eating For many working mothers, finding the right tools to keep a family on the path to wellness is a key to lasting … [Continue Reading]

Julie Bailey makes grilled cheese sandwiches with her daughter, Eleanor, 8, in their Canton home. Mrs. Bailey began to change how her family eats in September, focusing on healthier choices. While seeking advice, she discovered the website, which offers more realistic suggestions and tips. Now her family strives for a balance of 60 percent processed foods and at least 40 percent whole foods. “Before I started this effort it was probably 80/20,” she said. Photo by Jason Hunter, NNY Living.

Summer Festival has plenty of fun planned for Potsdam July 14-17

There is plenty of fun packed into the 2½ days of the 49th edition of the Potsdam Summer Festival. … [Continue Reading]

Amber Ormasen, Gouverneur, owner of Cotton Candy ‘n’ More, makes a snow cone during Potsdam’s Summer Festival in 2014. Photo by Jason Hunter, Watertown Daily Times.

Bow tie project honors student

When Shirley Ward began looking ahead recently to her own daughter’s high school graduation, she knew there will be one special part of the f … [Continue Reading]

Shirley and Delaney Ward, Adams Center, look over a collection of bow ties for the graduating class of South Jefferson Central School, in memory of Parker J. Leikam, also of Adams Center. Parker, who lost his life in a two-vehicle crash March 23, would’ve graduated this year. The bow ties were created by Shirley Ward’s cousin, Ken J. Weatherup, now of New Orleans. Photo by Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.

Belleville Henderson School Board member honored for service to district

Belleville Henderson Central School Board of Education member John W. Allen received a statewide award for his four-year tenure on the board. … [Continue Reading]

Belleville Henderson Central School board member John W. Allen won a statewide award for his service on the board. Photo by Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.


Canton teen designing costumes for upcoming musical

An incoming freshman at Hugh C. Williams High School will look to couple a love for history with her passion for theater as she designs costumes for … [Read More...]

Adams Revitalization Committee hosting another summer of music

Music will again fill the air on Wednesday evenings in the village this summer. Sounds will include the reunion of a band formed four decades ago … [Read More...]

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