As Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans for Wednesday’s State of the State speech, he has been releasing information on specific proposals, and Thursday, he turned his attention to hunger and school children.
Applications for individuals and organizations that wish to benefit from the South High Marathon dance are due Jan. 1.
It’s always good to do a little research before going out an assignment, so since the plan is to see John Halligan speak to students at Warrensburg Junior-Senior High School Wednesday, I took a look at his website, as well as a couple other places.
Here’s another look at school news from around the region:
Here’s another installment of notes about activities in the region’s schools.
Controversial news stories are never as simple as they seem in the comments section.
It's been a busy couple of weeks in local public schools.
You'll see me write a lot about communication by schools, both on positive and negative issues.
People and businesses that do good things deserve to the recognized.
Schools throughout the region got their annual visits from local fire departments recently, as part of Fire Prevention Week.
I am not exactly your typical film festival guy.
Teachers always have their favorite topics, and for me, wars were always at the top of the list, especially the American Civil War, World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
This one sounds like a lot of fun for those involved.
You learn a lot of things as a teacher. In fact, the more you teach, the more you learn.
A play that was professionally produced last summer in Lake George found a less-than-welcome reception at a high school in Michigan this month
There’s nothing better than students pulling together for a worthy goal, so here’s a shout-out to the Queensbury Union School District’s annual “Power of Pink” campaign, raising money for research into Stage 4 breast cancer.
There are a number of lessons to be learned from this week’s incident in South Glens Falls when two transgender students were kicked off a late bus.
As a community of farming communities, Washington County residents, and others have been quick to respond to the Burch family, which lost two barns and hundreds of animals in a fire Sunday.
While we still don't know what the Cool Insuring Agency paid to put its name on the former Glens Falls Civic Center for five years, the Open Door Mission is being much more open about what it would cost to name its new homeless shelter or the rooms and other areas in the facility. And these …
Sometimes readers catch something you miss, and sometimes it's funny.
Add one more to Matt Rozell’s set.
Getting a bill through both the state Senate and Assembly is one thing.
Those of you who were at the first Food Truck Corral at the Shirt Factory know it was successful, but crowded. The second one, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, promises to have a lot more trucks and vendors. Word is the pizza truck will be open at about 4 p.m.