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The Past is Prologue

by Ann Morrow August 7, 2014

  It was the war to end all wars—and we all know how that turned out. Which is one reason why remembering the outbreak of World War I is important: Since this first global conflict, not ...

Rensselaerville Festival of Writers

by The Staff July 25, 2012


Not all of the action is happening in Saratoga this weekend. The annual Rensselaerville Festival of Writers, a fund-raising fest to benefit the historic Rensselaerville Library, returns with a stellar lineup of authors and poets. ...

Rensselearville Library

The Last Quack

by Erin Pihlaja July 11, 2012


Business has been booming for the Albany Aqua Ducks since July 5, when it was announced that the company’s two hydra-terra amphibious vehicles were sold to an out-of-state buyer. After July 15, New York state’s ...

School’s Out . . . Of Money

by Darryl McGrath March 29, 2012

When the Albany School Board members gather for tonight’s meeting (Thursday, March 29), they will face a task that board President Dan Egan calls painful and even sickening: deciding how many people will lose their ...

An End to Gerrymandering?

by The Staff February 23, 2011

Redistricting time is almost upon us; the time when the controlling party of state Senate and Legislature celebrates its majority rule through the act of adjusting district boundaries to reflect national census results. These borders ...