We needed thoughtful debate in the wake of the Newtown and Webster tragedies about preventative measures to help thwart or lessen the severity of these type of incidents in the future.
Vows he'll go to jail to prompt state to live up to legal mandates
A Warrensburg man's frustration over receiving a minor ticket in 1995 for driving to a campsite ended up in a landmark 2001 federal court settlement requiring the state to provide access to recreational woodland areas for citizens with disablities. Faced with another minor ticket, Galusha says the state hasn't followed through on the mandates, and he's willing to go to jail over the issue.
Cultural observers have said providing Internet access over contemporary countryside is akin to the rural electrification program of the 1930s. In Thurman, "white space" broadband is envisioned by network engineers to provide the answer — but some local folks have been saying it won't work, and state money shouldn't be spent on it, while others say its vital for education of children, the local economy and jobs development. Dec. 30, an engineer proved that "white space" broadcast not only works, it's far faster and more capable than both DSL and satellite — and cable under many common conditions.
Governor Cuomo shows the same hatred and contempt that his father showed towards the Adirondacks, its people, its natural resources, and its environment.
2012 fall sports preview for Lake Placid varsity volleyball and girls soccer
Website will have information and schedules for meetings, studies and more
Hooper brings home delegate award
Nine students from Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School attended the annual Harvard Model United Nations and, for the second straight year, one returned with an Outstanding Delegate Award.
Thurman's Monday night Concert in the Park series offers a wide range of musical idioms: from home-bred mountain music to Irish bands and folk music. The concerts continue through August each summer.
PLATTSBURGH — People squeezed through the crowd, stopping to heft vacuums and take pictures with fake dreadlocks.
A big hurray for the article “One Nation under God” by Dan Alexander.
Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells noted the larger-than-usual attendance at the Town Board’s Aug. 13 meeting at the Blue Mountain Lake firehouse and thanked all for coming out.
To the Times of Ti: Yes, I’m 61 years old. - No, I don’t have my head stuck in the sand. I keep up with current events and try to have my virtual finger on the pulse of those who are concerned citizens, young and old.
David Patrick has covered Champlain’s history for some time.
One of the many activities at the Town of Weathersfield’s 250th birthday celebration Aug. 20 will be the Weathersfield Cake Quilt Contest.
86-year-old Schenectady photographer shares highlights from his collection in new book
Peering back into history through one man’s collection of portrait photographs provides a glimpse of the state’s culture and history.
The art of barbering has a long and colorful history In northern Warren County, and Joseph F. DeMatties exemplifies that heritage well.