Richard Lovrich is keeping an eye on members of what he describes as the “creative economy” in the Capital Region. Not just dancers, not just singers, not just actors. Anyone connected to the creative arts is fair game for Lovrich’s vision through a Leica camera.
Former NYS General Services Commissioner John C. Egan, who played a major role in building the physical landscape of the Capital District during his more than 50 years in public service at various state agencies, died on Friday. He was 86.
Superintendents from across the state on Tuesday conveyed concerns to Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia about persistent parental anxiety over state tests and an upcoming increase in the passing grades for certain exams.