A state-appointed fiscal monitor has made a number of recommendations concerning a beleaguered school district in Rockland County. He is recommending state oversight of the school board, and state lawmakers were meeting this afternoon to discuss how to craft legislation to make it happen.
The term “film restoration” has lost its excitement. More often than not, when a new DVD or Blu-ray of an older film is touted as being “restored,” it only means that a minimally different version has been digitally mastered. It’s a ploy to have consumers purchase yet another copy of the same title.
A second year of "Countdown to Coverage" kicked off in Albany today. Government and community leaders shared the podium to let area residents and small business owners know they need to enroll in health coverage by February 15th through the New York State of Health Marketplace — and how to get free help to do so.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Some argue it’s the biggest food holiday of the year here in the U.S. We have a panel of Berkshire chefs in the studio with us today, here to talk about cooking and dining for the holidays, and to answer your questions.
Pauline Sawyer of Agawam, Ma, a member of the Cathedral High School class of 1960, was among 400 people at rally to urge Catholic Bishop Mitchell Rozanski to rebuild the school that was destroyed by the June 1, 2011 tornado
The fate of historic Cathedral High School, the only Catholic high school in Springfield, Massachusetts, hangs in the balance. A group of activists is campaigning to get a new school built on the spot where a tornado wrecked the Cathedral building more than three years ago.
The campaign to rebuild Cathedral High School, which includes lawn signs, bumper stickers, lobbying, endorsements from prominent politicians, letter writing, social media, radio and TV interviews is aimed at securing the vote of just one person—Bishop Mitchell Rozanski.