In Our View / Invasive species: Invaders upset world order
Humans can believe we have "dominion" over the Earth, but Mother Nature always begs to differ.
Steve Israel: Scare litterbugs with stiff fines, more signs
That's what scores of you said when I again asked for suggestions to clean up our filthy roadsides, which seem to be growing a rainbow-like array of plastic bags, empty cans and broken bottles faster than blooming flowers.
Thu May 16, 2013
On this day: May 16
Joan of Arc is sainted, the first Academy Awards are handed out, SpaghettiOs debut, "Pet Sounds" and "Blonde on Blonde" hit record store shelves, and Sammy Davis Jr.
Wed May 15, 2013
Digital Post Production
Insomniac Partners With FINALE to Create VIP Table Experience at...
"The VIP experience is a special part of the festival which allows fans to enjoy the sights and sounds of the event in the comfort of high-end surroundings with excellent service provided by our partner, FINALE," said Insomniac, founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella.
Mon May 13, 2013
New SUNY Adirondack dorms are three-quarters full for fall
The new dorms at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury, New York, are attracting more students from other parts of the state, as well as out-of-state students.
An (Alas) Modest Proposal for Rethinking Typical Police Practice When ...
Inspired by recent stories blogged here at Reason from Bakersfield , Florida , New York , and Irvine, California , in which police attempts to apprehend people apparently guilty of only very minor crimes that don't involve any known harm to person or property wind up with the suspect's death.
Sun May 12, 2013
Number of undocumented children who cross US border alone has tripled
What's happening in Texas reflects a nationwide trend: Immigration by undocumented children under 18 is on the rise, even as fewer adults come into the country illegally.
FLORIDA a " Flowers are a huge part of Mother's Day for Doris Scholtz.
Husband Ted, intent perhaps on maintaining the illusion of surprise, selects his wife's spring bouquet at Goshen Florist.
Sat May 11, 2013
New York Post
Job growth slows in NY
New York's metropolitan tri-state private sector employment gains in April were a far cry from the jobs juggernaut in other areas of the country, according to a jobs report released Friday.
Fri May 10, 2013
REPORT: Number of Undocumented Children Crossing U.S. Border on Rise
What's happening in Texas reflects a nationwide trend: Immigration by undocumented children under 18 is on the rise, even as fewer adults come into the country illegally .
Thu May 09, 2013
15 Current Rap Acts That Would've Thrived In The '90s
There's no way you could've missed the memo: 2013 is the new 1993. Bucket hats and rap "crews" are popping up again.
Wed May 08, 2013
Sisters still want justice in mom's death
In the 36 years since Anna Jane Brown's daughters found her stabbed to death in their home, their family has been haunted by the unknown.
Florida: The Top State for Identity Theft Complaints
Americans of all ages are affected by identity theft every year, and the problem seems to be growing worse .
Mon May 06, 2013
Looted Tyrannosaur skeleton returned to Mongolia
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement returned a Tyrannosaurus Bataar skeleton, looted from the Gobi Desert and illegally smuggled into the United States, to the government of Mongolia, during a repatriation ceremony Monday.
John Falcone, 90, a resident of Fredonia Place, Howard Street, Fredonia, formerly of Main Road, Silver Creek, died Sunday, May 5, at Brooks Memorial Hospital, Dunkirk, following a short illness.
Sun May 05, 2013
Hilltop Hanover Farmers Step Up in Yorktown
I don't think of Westchester County as a hotbed of farmers, but Hilltop Hanover Farm is making waves to change all that.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
The Weeks Coffee Pot Mystery
Middletown Plate Company of Middletown, Conn., began business in 1864. They made a variety of metal and silver household items, and one of those items wound up in the collection of the Fenton History Center.
Wed May 01, 2013
Donald E.P. Shaddock
The son of Elijah Shaddock and Mary Wisniewski, he was born July 9, 1931 in Goshen.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Janet M. DeLong
Janet M. DeLong, 81, of 839 Prendergast Ave., formerly of Maple Springs, N.Y., passed away at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday , in the UPMC Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pa.