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Town of Champion- A 14-year-old Carthage, NY male teenager is accused of drug possession.

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The village of Harrisville will soon become a hamlet by the end of the month. December 31 will be the last day for Harrisville as a village, before dissolving into the town of Diana.

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High School Varsity Basketball:
-*No scores reported for Beaver River girls v. Alexandria Bay.
-*No scores posted for Carthage boys v. Lowville.
-Copenhagen girls beat Belleville Henderson 47-17.
-Remsen boys defeated Owen D. Young 62-43.
-South Lewis girls beat LaFargeville 50-31.

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Lowville, NY- Firefighters contained a small fire Thursday morning at a local bowling pin manufacturer.

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Town of Champion- A 40-year-old Carthage, NY woman is accused of a misdemeanor charge following a town of Champion incident in November.

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Town of Greig- A 61-year-old Lyons Falls, NY resident is facing a felony larceny charge stemming from a previous town of Greig incident earlier this fall.

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Town of Wilna- Two Carthage, NY residents are accused of felony and misdemeanor charges following police investigation into a February drug complaint in the town of Wilna.

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With the 2018 holiday season nearing its peak, police are encouraging homeowners of ensuring your property and belongings are kept safe and secure from those who may seize an opportunity to steal.

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