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Denny’s closes in Watertown

WATERTOWN — Denny’s restaurant on Arsenal Street has closed — this time for good. Cheryl A. Mayforth, director of the Jefferson County Department of Employment and Training at The Workplace, got word about the closing on Tuesday night. She emailed the owner of the franchise, Feast American Diners of Murrieta, California, on Wednesday morning and… Keep Reading

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United Way of NNY funding aids adult literacy program

WATERTOWN — Literacy of Northern New York will receive a $12,900 grant from United Way of Northern New York for 2023. LNNY will use the grant to provide tutoring, case management and assessment services to adults in Jefferson County so they can achieve their educational, workplace and personal goals. With the help of United Way… Keep Reading

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Can the city run a profitable Watertown Golf Club?

WATERTOWN — Three City Council members are almost assuredly going forward with purchasing the Watertown Golf Club for $3.4 million from developer Michael E. Lundy. But the question remains: Can the golf club in Thompson Park be profitable as a municipal golf club? City officials are still trying to figure out how to operate the… Keep Reading

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Crow hazing continues Monday night in Watertown

WATERTOWN — Wildlife biologists will be back tonight and Tuesday night for a third time to try to remove flocks of crows that roost at night in the city. City officials strongly encourage residents to report crow sightings to Loomacres Wildlife Management at www.airportwildlife.com/crows.html. Loomacres receives real-time updates whenever its online reporting system receives a report,… Keep Reading

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