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The Poor Pipeline (By: Frank Yunker)

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One person unaccounted for in massive Schenectady Jay Street fire, 7 sent to hospital. A survivor's story:
County making plans for upcoming thaw; preparing for floods.n
Mayors including
Looks like the new machine that fills potholes won't be on Erie Boulevard today after all, cold patch instead:
BREAKING: Cardinal Egan, retired NY archbishop, dies at age 82; led archdiocese during Sept. 11 attacks.
The CapitalRegion gained 9,300 jobs in January, up 2.1 percent from last January to 447,400 total jobs
I'm at the Schenectady County Courthouse for opening statements in the JohnWakefield murder trial. About the case:
Historic Nellis Tavern Benefit Antique Show at Arkell Museum on Saturday
Gov. Cuomo to upstate: To fix roads, add new jobs
BHBL business & community leaders discussed future plans Wed.
Schenectady schools superintendent organizing response from Gov. Cuomo's ‘failing' schools
State Canal Corp. issues permit for to construct three-acre harbor at Mohawk Harbor, site of 518casino
. volunteers spring into action after parking garage outage Tuesday during opening-night of u201cAnnie”
Bipartisan group of NY legislators to Cuomo, state leaders: Increase funding for bridge, highway repairs
. editorial: Schenectady should consider more snow emergencies
. editorial: State has higher priorities for taxpayer money than parks
Wall damage at GlensFalls Civic Center forces Section II hoops games to move
Business leaders, including Ray Gillen and David Buicko, call on Gov. Cuomo to increase upstate economic funding
Q&A: UFC owner Lorenzo Fertitta on legalizing MMA in NY, embracing Ronda Rousey, other women fighters
Police close some Albany streets for Lobby Day at the state Capitol with education, infrastructure rallies
From yesterday: With (cautious) optimism, UFC chief returns to Albany to push for legalizing MMA in NY
Parents, teachers are organizing to get as many children as possible to u201crefuse” to take state tests this year
Hate driving down Erie Boulevard because of all those darn potholes? The city plans to fill them, and more, this week
This winter a 'stunning' number of water and sewer main breaks. Eight Stillwater ruptures reported in February alone
State faces deadline to address lost emails in WanderingDago case
Judge says suit against Stewart's Shops alleging wage law violations can proceed
Good news: A year later, more prime-age men are working. But their numbers haven't healed
Activists are planning protests at regional Fed banks ahead of jobs data, released Friday
ROTC in the FinAid office.n
Top 11 Metrics Every FinAid Director Should Be Measuring
Today's Economic History Lesson: The Sharon Statement
LinkedIn Perks: Be a searchable, tech-savvy and real FinAid expert with a network
Historic Saranac Lake Hires Programs Coordinator
Grant Awarded To Help Save Civil War Memorial
Bill to legalize mixed martial arts advances in NY
Economic Watch: Consumer Spending Falls Slightly, GDP Revised Downward -
Given that US consumers need to finance own retirement, a rise in savings is good trend: Read
Central bank chiefs looking to limit forward guidance may want to consider Bank of Canada Gov. Stephen Poloz
More needy students who file FAFSA = More educational dreams come true! Ramp up your school's filing rate! FAtech
Dutch-Style Kasten Cupboards Sought
Police: Pedestrian struck Monday night in Schenectady in stable condition; no tickets currently issued. Previous;
Mark Carney Says BOE's Reputation Hurt by Foreign-Exchange Scandal
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Bloomberg: GE's Immelt may step down within next yearn
Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Schenectady, suffered life-threatening injuries. More:
College Campus Update
Ticonderoga's Whitney Armstrong Had It All

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