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Finding accountability, healing
Today, I focus on the vast majority of cases that do not go to trial but end in a guilty plea, writes former District Attorney and City Judge Penny Clute.
Affordable doesn't mean low quality
Drugstore products often perform just as well as their high-end counterparts, Felicia Krieg writes.
Opportunity to repair infrastructure missed
A vibrant economy requires roads, bridges, dams and other assets that are in good condition, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Remembering the Sixties
Each Memorial Day and Labor Day in the early 1960s, about a dozen of us city-dwellers drove to Lake George, writes columnist Ken Wibecan.
The right to be forgotten?
Europe taking first steps toward securing privacy with Google and Facebook, writes columnist Stu Denenberg.
Ethical consumerism in vogue
However, making purchasing choices that can help save the planet aren't always that simple, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
U.S. lacking leadership
Inspiration is hard to come by as society struggles to fulfill the traditional American dream, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Farmers strive for quality, safety, animal welfare
June Dairy Month is a good time to appreciate all the effort that goes into producing the very best in dairy products, according to columnist Peter Hagar.
Libraries still relevant
In the digital age, it takes innovation and creativity to assure libraries stay a vital part of the community, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Trees at risk from pests
The Emerald Ash Borer is a major threat to ash trees locally and across North America, according to columnist Richard Gast.
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