Watertown farmers market kicks off today

WATERTOWN — The Watertown Farm & Craft Market will kick off its 38th season today with 56 vendors selling their goods on Washington Street. [Read more…]

‘Ride for Dignity’ in Henderson Harbor will benefit efforts in Nepal

HENDERSON HARBOR — It’s time to dust off that bicycle for the summer; the fourth annual “Ride for Dignity,” hosted by Watertown Rotary clubs, will be held June 6. [Read more…]

Five Things Friday – May 22

Happy Friday, Memorial Day and, for a lot of us, long weekend! Get out there and enjoy the festivities, enjoy the holiday and enjoy the north country!

 

Music and Art

[Read more…]

Remembering the King of the Blues

I’m not sure how many concerts I’ve gone to over the years. Probably between 200 and 300. [Read more…]

Local fans of David Letterman say ‘Late Show’ void will be tough to fill

WATERTOWN — Larry L. Keech Jr. is among fans of late-night comedy who will see a void after tonight when David Letterman lowers the curtain on his final “Late Show” on CBS. [Read more…]

Clayton’s Antique Boat Museum gears up for a summer of nautical fun

Emmett V. Smith, curator at the Antique Boat Museum, demonstrates a boat cloak — a jacket with the ability to inflate and serve as a life raft — Monday in Clayton. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Emmett V. Smith, curator at the Antique Boat Museum, demonstrates a boat cloak — a jacket with the ability to inflate and serve as a life raft — Monday in Clayton. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

CLAYTON — With summer just around the corner, The Antique Boat Museum is already full throttle into its 2015 season. [Read more…]

St. Lawrence University graduates receive their degrees

MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO / WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES  Soon Students greet each other in line as they wait Sunday for St. Lawrence University's 2015 Commencement to begin in Canton. Photo by Melanie Kimbler-Lago, Watertown Daily Times.

Students greet each other in line as they wait Sunday for St. Lawrence University’s 2015 Commencement to begin in Canton. Photo by Melanie Kimbler-Lago, Watertown Daily Times.

CANTON — Sunday morning, on the lawn of the Creasy Commencement Common on St. Lawrence University’s campus, 597 candidates for bachelor’s degrees accepted 636 degrees, and university President William L. Fox said their journey has only just begun. [Read more…]

Five Things Friday – May 15

Happy Friday! Welcome to the end of the week. Celebrate NNY with events across the north country.

Performance

[Read more…]

Hermon-DeKalb superintendent retiring after four decades in public education

Hermon-Dekalb Central School Superintendent Ann M. Adams, an educator for more than 41 years, will be retiring at the end of June after 19 years in her present post. Photo by Jason Hunter, Watertown Daily Times.

Hermon-Dekalb Central School Superintendent Ann M. Adams, an educator for more than 41 years, will be retiring at the end of June after 19 years in her present post. Photo by Jason Hunter, Watertown Daily Times.

DEKALB JUNCTION —This school year has been filled with “last times” for Hermon-DeKalb School District Superintendent Ann M. Adams. [Read more…]

Mayor Graham celebrates 60th birthday

WATERTOWN — Mayor Jeffrey E. Graham knew exactly where he wanted to spend his 60th birthday Tuesday. [Read more…]