Jon McCloskey recently sought a new home for newspapers reporting on JFK’s assassination, which he had kept since he was a kid.

We are a diverse nation. Prejudice against any of us reduces all of us.

The outsized role played by New York during World War I is told in a new book from Aaron Noble, a senior historian and curator at the New York State Museum.

Carol DuBrin, Altamont

Sue Britton, a long-time member of her local American Legion Auxiliary unit in Rensselaerville, has recently completed a months-long search for photos of armed forces members whose names are engraved at the Vietnam War memorial. 

Bill Donato, Altamont

The historic Mynderse-Frederick House at 451 Route 146 in Guilderland Center will hold an open house on Saturday, June 17. The event, from 1 to 4 p.m., will include tours of the award-winning gardens and the building’s interior, which will be decorated with flower arrangements.

The White Sulphur Springs Hotel, a resort over 100 years ago, and later owned by a church in Queens, was torn down Wednesday.


Federal Government Looking Over Land in Towns of Berne, Coeymans and Westerlo for Farm for Interned Germans — May Raise Food Stuffs for Mobilization Camp.


For New York State’s Quota to Make Up Initial Draft of 500,000 Soldiers — This State Furnishes Largest Number and Nevada the Smallest, 500.


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