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There is an old story about a lively debate that supposedly took place at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City in the early 1960s.  One of the debaters vociferously argued that chess players we

These local students have been named to the dean’s list or received a similar honor from their college or university for the fall 2013 semester:

The Mendelssohn Club of Albany will hold final auditions on Wednesday, Feb. 5, for male singers interested in joining the club for the second half of its 105th season.

Old Songs spring group instruction classes will be held for six consecutive weeks beginning March 4, offering students an opportunity to learn new songs and techniques on their instrument, or to begin a new instrument, within a small group setting.

A third of the Suburban Council school districts, typically thought of as wealthy, are deemed by the state comptroller to be susceptible to fiscal stress, part of a statewide trend as taxes are capped and property values stagnate.

A fox uses the Earth's magnetic fields to home in on its prey, diving for a mouse through feet of snow. As we selfish human beings consider power-line proposals, we must be wary of messing with nature.

SCHENECTADY — Christopher Neil Morrett, an outdoorsman and custom sign-maker, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, at Ellis Hospital. He was 48.

Mr. Morrett was born in Niskayuna, the son of Donald Morrett, of Schenectady, and the late Marion (née Borst) Morrett.
 

Conversation bests litigation. If neighbors talked to each other, one's collie and the other's duck might still be alive.

The Public Service Commission asked companies for proposals to bring more power from upstate New York south to New York City. New lines may impact local aesthetics but could also increase tax revenue.

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