Bennington, VT – Earlier this month, beleaguered employees of the state office building in Bennington, Vermont were told the state would move them out in 30 to 45 days. But last Thursday workers got word that getting out of what many believe is a sick building could actually take up to six months. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.
Albany, NY – (Airs: 10/27/06 and 10/28/06): A weekly wrap up of New York state government and politics. On this week's program: the race for state comptroller takes center stage, our political observer shares his thoughts on the race, and there's a new alliance to lobby for pro-active Adirondack policy.
Albany, NY – (AIRS: 10/29/06 and 10/30/06) WAMC's ALan Chartock, Times Union Editor Rex Smith and Kingston Daily Freeman Publisher Ira Fusfeld discuss CBS' policy on journalists and political contributions, whether Jack Welch will buy the Boston Globe, the Times Union wins a court ruling and much more...
Kingston, NY – As kids put the finishing touches on their costumes and get ready to trick-or-treat, some police forces in New York state are also preparing for the pranks that often come with Halloween. WAMC's Hudson Valley Bureau Chief Julia Taylor reports.
Boston, MA – Voters in Massachusetts will head to the polls on November 7th and choose among a number of candidates for governor or congress. But voters will also get the chance to consider a number of binding ballot questions. Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Dan Bobkoff reports.
Albany, NY – New York Governor George Pataki says it may take longer than a week for his special prosecutor to decide whether the State Senate should try to remove State Comptroller Alan Hevesi from office. Capitol Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports.
Albany, NY – It's another interesting edition of Vox Pop Medical Monday. Host Alan Chartock welcomes OB/GYN Dr. Robert Dropkin to WAMC's Studio A. Dr. Dropkin, who practices in Albany, answers listener questions.