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Convicting perpetrators who now remain safe — shielded by a short statute of limitation — would stop them from hurting other children.

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John Nicholas

Supporters of the “conversion therapy” ban included a social worker, psychiatrist, psychologists, and someone who nearly went through with such “therapy.”

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I don’t know what your history classes were like in school but, when you studied the Civil War, were you taught the South had the “bad guys?”

Ava DeSantis discusses raising funds and awareness for the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy

 

 

Elizabeth Floyd Mair listens to voices others often don’t hear. She is persistent in ferreting out the stories of people who are sometimes crime victims, sometimes perpetrators. She finds the humanity in both.

New York State hunters killed an estimated 203,427 deer during the 2017-18 hunting season, according to a release from the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.

Survivors of child sex abuse say they will continue to press the New York State Senate to allow a vote on the Child Victims Act — which would extend the statute of limitations, giving child victims more time to process their abuse and come forward. The Act has passed with bipartisan support in the Assembly, but has been stonewalled in the Senate.  ​

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Genya Shimkin discusses her exploration of LGBTQ health and healthcare, from HIV treatment in Russia to her new Q Cards used at home.

 

 

The Princetown Seniors are inviting others to take a trip with them on July 19 to see a performance of “Mamma Mia!” at the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham.

Pete Lopez

HILLTOWNS — Three candidates of various backgrounds and party affiliations are running for a seat in the New York State Assembly in a special election held on April 24.

The candidates are:

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