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Posted on January 16 at 8:34 a.m. (Suggest removal)

this guy needs something that our system is not designed to give him. I'll pray that our Good Lord helps him because he obviously cannot help himself and no one else can.

From: Rotterdam pizzeria burglar avoids life term

Posted on January 2 at 4:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Its difficult to understand why anyone would want to start off a New Year like this.

From: 2 women charged in theft of TV from Rotterdam Walmart

Posted on December 9 at 10:44 a.m. (Suggest removal)

There will be a FISCAL CLIFF rally and teach-IN, in Albany, Monday December 10th at 4PM at the West Capitol at the Corner of State St and Swan. A Petition with over 400 signatures of New Yorkers will be presented to Senator Chuck Schumer. For more details or to participate, copy and paste the link below into your browser. HANDS OFF MEDICAID, MEDICARE & SOCIAL SECURITY. TOP INCOME PAY YOUR FAIR SHARE!

From: ‘Fiscal cliff’ nears with variety of dangers

Posted on December 5 at 9:59 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Trains are critical to our economy. The public must support this industry not merely as passengers, but also, as advocates for infrastructure improvements and high speed services.

From: Amtrak to take control of rails between Schenectady, Poughkeepsie

Posted on November 26 at 5:24 p.m. (Suggest removal)

HO HO HO! The kickoff of the Christmas Season has officially started. Someone has died at WALMART! An AMERICAN CHRISTMAS TRADITION to be proud of. I will believe we have become a civilized nation when just ONE YEAR, someone does not die at WALMART during Christmas shopping season.

From: Alleged shoplifter dies at Ga. Walmart

Posted on November 23 at 8:20 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Today, Black Friday, consumerists flocked to Walmart in Rotterdam and Glenville. Not a protestor in sight. Consumerism reigns in Schenectady! BUY! BUY!

From: Minimum wage rally planned today in Albany

Posted on November 11 at 7:23 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I understand both posts above, different perspectives on this situation. However, if I read correctly, I believe the INTENT of Irene58's post is the notion that the sooner the public is aware of a missing person, the better chance & increased probability of finding and helping the missing person. I think its a little unfair to chastise Irene58 for that sentiment. I do not believe that Irene's post was a criticism of any individual staffer or group of staffers. Just sayin'

From: Schenectady police seek teen who left group home

Posted on September 2 at 9:43 p.m. (Suggest removal)

@robbump there is also a Kentucky Fried Chicken and a convenience store with food and dry cleaner within walking distance on State Street WITH CROSSWALKS. Rome wasn't built in one day, if it were, we woulda hired that contractor.

From: Students get settled in SCCC’s new dormitory

Posted on August 2 at 9:45 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Thanks Kelly for finally publishing this article. I called the news desk early this spring when the new fence was installed trying to get the paper to run a story. This is great. I talked to the workers installing the fence and they told me that part of the fence is underground to stop burrowing animals. Also, they said they specialize in the installation of fences for community gardens. It was obvious early this spring that this was going to be a really nice addition to the neighborhood. Its one of the nicest community garden plots I have ever seen. I hope Mayor McCarthy & the council can duplicate this jewel in other spots in the city. It really adds a lot and broadcasts pride in community and neighborhood.

From: Collaboration puts community garden near Steinmetz Park

Posted on June 28 at 8:15 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Thistles are insidious in the manner in which they spread. One has to be ever vigilant or they will take over. Kudos to our civic minded residents who are stepping up to help out.

From: Central Park suffers as Schenectady cuts back

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