Under threat of a potential lawsuit, Brown Transportation filed its own suit against the city last month demanding access to a video it had handed over to Schenectady police in an assault investigation.
BY GERALDINE FREEDMAN/For The Daily Gazette
May 15, 2016
Thirty-eight sets of parents will be bursting with pride next weekend when they hear their children perform at the inaugural concert of CHIME in the Empire State Youth Orchestra’s celebration “Music without Borders.”
Schenectady City School District residents interested in voting in Tuesday’s school board elections — especially new school voters — may want to double check their polling location, because it may not be where they are used to voting.
Only three students knew what Schalmont band director Justin Godlewski had in store for their April trip to Disney World in Florida. After the band’s parade down Main Street in the center of the Magic Kingdom, he planned to ask his girlfriend a certain question — and he enlisted the band’s help in doing it.
Vying for a pair of open seats, two Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake school board incumbents and two challengers Tuesday night contrasted their positions on standards, the veterans exemption and board culture.
The students in Lincoln’s after-school program spend about 45 minutes working on homework before heading to an hour of small-class time with teachers, and a final hour of activities with the Boys and Girls Club.
Science can't tell us why some teenagers relish calculus and others dread it. But a new study in the journal Plos One suggests that living in a country that values gender equality actually makes girls more susceptible to "math anxiety" relative to their male classmates.