Skip Navigation

St. Lawrence Valley NY

on:

NCPR is supported by:

*For news, events and weather on the Canadian side of the St. Lawrence, visit the Region: Ontario & Quebec page.

St. Lawrence Valley Weather

Loading...
or for Zipcode:

Community Calendar Events


Adirondack Firefighters Help Flood Victims

More than two dozen firefighters from 10 different Franklin County fire departments returned home earlier this week after spending several days in Delaware County helping the victims of last week's devastating floods. They were mobilized late last week after a request for assistance from the State Office of Fire Prevention and Control. Chris Knight has more.  Go to full article

Mohawks Have Say in Ice Breaking

Akwesasne Mohawks will now have a say in when the St. Lawrence Seaway opens for shipping in the spring. An agreement announced Thursday ends a two year-old lawsuit over ice breaking on the St. Lawrence River. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Slick of '76 Musical Gets Revival

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the so-called "Slick of '76", a 300-thousand gallon oil spill in the heart of the Thousand Islands. The thick crude coated the shoreline of the St. Lawrence Seaway, from Alexandria Bay to Massena. The Nepco 140 accident remains one of the largest inland oil spills in the U.S., and it mobilized communities along the river around the issue of pollution. "Save the River", a non-profit environmental organization on the St. Lawrence, is co-producing a revival production of Slick of '76 - A Musical Catastrophe. It was first performed in 1986 to enliven public awareness of this historic event, as a reminder that future accidents are possible and the need for educating good stewards of the earth. Todd Moe spoke with John Burt, who commissioned the Slick of '76 musical. He along with lyricist Barry Keating and director David Schechter, developed the first production.  Go to full article
Oil escaping the containment boom around the NEPCO barge.

The Slick of '76: Looking Back and Forward

This summer marks the 30th anniversary of the "Slick of '76", a 300,000 gallon oil spill in the heart of the Thousand Islands. Thick, gooey crude coated the shoreline from...  Go to full article
Oil escaping the containment boom around the NEPCO barge.

Slick of '76: The Social Impacts

30 years ago today, on a foggy morning, the NEPCO 140 barge hit a shoal in the St. Lawrence River near Alexandria Bay. The barge spewed 300,000 gallons of thick, gooey oil...  Go to full article
You can hear Sports Bob, aka Bob Ahlfeld on WGIX and other commercial stations out of Ogdensburg.

Sports Bob: Mini-"Olympic Village" comes to Canton with NYS Track and Field Meet; 1000s expected next weekend

Thousands of very speedy high school students and their friends and families converge on Canton next weekend. The New York State Track and Field Championships will take place...  Go to full article
Julia Sinclair

Madrid Teen Heads to Int'l Guitar Contest

A 15-year-old classical guitarist from Madrid, in St. Lawrence county, will be traveling to California this weekend for the Parkening Young Guitarist Competition at...  Go to full article

Two Villa-Lobos compositions performed by Julia Sinclair

A 15-year-old classical guitarist from Madrid, in St. Lawrence county, will be traveling to California this weekend for the Parkening Young Guitarist Competition at...  Go to full article

Three songs performed by Stringfolks

Stringfolks were in the NCPR studios for a recording session recently. The musicians are (left to right) John & Bonnie Danis, Anita Figueras & Robert Best. In this set you...  Go to full article

Four songs performed by Althea Jean

Althea Jean were Barb Heller's live guests on the May 4, 2006 edition of String Fever. The band, from left to right, are: Jeremy Greene, drums; Claude Aldous, bass; Eliza...  Go to full article

« first  « previous 10  1975-1984 of 2038  next 10 »  last »