Albany, NY – The Roundtable's Susan Arbetter and Joe Donahue speak about brain injuries and how to recover from them with Judit Avner, the Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of New York Stae, Dr. Maria Lifrak, a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist, and brain injury survivor Erika Kirkiglue.
Albany, NY – Football legend, former Cleveland Brown running back Jim Brown is in Albany this week to help the city look at ways to reduce rising tides of violence during the past year within the school district. City officials say the way to do it might be to change the whole system.
WAMC's Capital District Bureau Chief Jessica Bloustein reports.
Fort Edward, NY – General Electric has announced its final draft design for the dredging of the Hudson River. GE has also said that the cleanup may have to be put on hold until 2008. This revelation has sent a ripple throughout the environmental community, as well as the towns along the waterfront from Fort Edward to Troy that will be affected by the removal of the PCB's. WAMC's Deborah Runcie has more.
Bethel, NY – A multi-million dollar performance art center is scheduled to open in Sullivan County this summer. It's already attracting major musicians, as well as money that county officials say is needed to revitalize the economy. WAMC's Hudson Valley Bureau Chief Deborah Runcie has more.
Kingston, NY – TODAY JAMES SOTTILE, THE MAYOR OF KINGSTON, NEW YORK JOINS ALAN IN THE COMMUNITY CORNER. IN THIS SEGMENT, SOTTILE TELLS ALAN ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF NEW WATER-FRONT HOUSING, AND WHAT OPPOSITION THE CITY FACES ON THE NEW CONSTRUCTION.
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