Bentley LaClair, 5, stands backstage with a group of girls during the Teens for Miracles fashion show Sunday afternoon at IHC.
Kerri, a 3-year-old miniature poodle, takes a nap as her handler, Joanie Clas, gets her ready to show at the Shenandoah Valley Kennel Club Dog Show Sunday morning at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.
Hailey Weber performs "Castle on a Cloud" from Les Miserables during a dress rehearsal for a Cabaret show in Ogdensburg.
Emily Padilla, a decorator with T-Rex Planet, works on a T-Rex arm during installation of the animatronic exhibit in Watertown.
Sam Royston and Nikita George eat ice cream and watch the sunset from a bench in Thompson Park in Watertown.
Ed, a Belgian Malinois, catches a toy during the "Big Air" Competition of the "Seaway Splash" in Clayton.
Dogs sit in a warm car while their owner sets up a dog sled race in freezing temperatures.
Joshua Wilson carries his Sousaphone through the crowd at the end of the Carthage graduation ceremony.
Justin Blodgett surveys damage done to his home by a fire last night. Police are investigating for arson.
Jerry Luftman sells tickets at the Jefferson County Fair last week at the Fairgrounds in Watertown.
Meghan Harney watches the Lewis County Fastpitch Softball League’s championship game at the New Bremen Ballfield.
Local jeweler Mark G. Waterbury announced on Monday that he was closing Waterbury Fine Jewelers after 27 years.
Kids head to the school bus after a day of crafts and singing at The Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site during their annual Commandant's 1860 Christmas school program.
A firefighter runs through the snow with a hose to fight a structure fire in LaFargeville.
Angel Dust, Miss Gay St. Lawrence County 2016, adjusts her crown backstage Friday night before Amber Skyy’s Fundraiser for the Veteran’s Outreach Center.
Jeremy Baez, an outfielder/3rd baseman for SUNY Canton, practices batting Thursday morning. The team's season starts next month at the Snowbird Classic in Florida.
Donna Conley carries her daughter, Presley, through the charred hallway of her home in the Church of Christ Thursday afternoon.
Amy Estep smiles at her family as she listens to her baby's heartbeat during her 19-week exam.
Some curious cows examine the camera in a farm outside McGaheysville.