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Posted on November 22 at 1:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I am disinclined to vote in local elections from here on out. What's the point if a Republican Judge can disqualify your vote in favor of a Republican candidate or vice versa. It was unfair at best and a Judge from an outside County should have made the final ruling, if, in fact, a Judge should have decided the election at all.


From: To the letter of a bad law in Malta


Posted on November 21 at 7:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)

This decision is particularly disconcerting. As Batman said, clearly these people voted for her and their votes should have counted.


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Posted on September 4 at 9:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)

New York State - The Nanny State!


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Posted on August 28 at 11:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

This is frightening especially as I become older and may have to rely on a pain reducing med some day such as a narcotic. So, if narcotics are so dangerous, why can't medical marijuana be legalized for pain? I need to move out of New York.


From: State database tracking narcotic prescriptions


Posted on June 27 at 1:09 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Why is he wearing camouflage clothing? He's not deer hunting - he's robbing a pharmacy?


From: Saratoga Springs police investigating CVS robbery


Posted on June 9 at 11:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I resent the fact that a pain management facility would require "Patients taking pain pills as part of their treatment regimen sign a contract, and can be asked to undergo urine testing at any time" and I find it outrageous, especially as the population ages and there is more of a need for pain management, that medical providers would be "frugal" in prescribing meds that adequately address pain. Addiction is a completely separate disease and there are plenty of people that rely on beta blockers for the heart, antidepressants for anxiety and depression, Ritlin and Adderall for ADHD and a plethora of other medications taken and prescribed so patients can stay well and live a full and active life. Many of these medications can also be considered addictive in that they cannot be stopped abruptly and must be tapered. The patients responsible with their meds are being sacrificed because of some teenagers and college students that are raiding their parents and grandparents medicine cabinets for drugs to take and sell on the street. It's a darn shame.


From: Doctors seek ways to manage pain without dangerous drugs


Posted on August 6 at 10:11 a.m. (Suggest removal)

So is he alleging he was sabotaged and that he was given marijuana laced food or did he eat it willing thinking he would get away with it if not smoked? Hmm..


From: BH-BL graduate Delpopolo expelled from Olympics


Posted on July 21 at 9:02 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Opening Day was a fiasco! They didn't have the betting machines open - some machines that opened were without paper. The water in many of the bathrooms were overflowing. The flowers were beautiful but many sections of the racetrack was dirty. The floor of the playground wasn't raked nor were sections near the Union Avenue raked. It was the most disorganized opening I've been to thus far. I hope the State doesn't manage the race track next year as I suspect that was part of the problem.


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Posted on July 17 at 10:14 a.m. (Suggest removal)

How about limiting the number of kids in household as well. The more kids - the more screaming and crying. And we've got some screamers in my town that upset the tranquility of the entire neighborhood!


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Posted on May 30 at 10:30 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What a waste of taxpayers money for a one hour difference in last call closing!


From: Saratoga Springs, county must synch ‘last call’


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