PORT JERVIS, N.Y. — On a chilly Monday evening, as cold wind found scarce passage through the council chamber’s windows, the meeting began. The building’s heating, whether being either not up-to-date or simply with a thermostat in the wrong person’s office, did little to make it any better. Kristin Trovei, one
I love reading. One of my favorite things to do, is read several books on a subject, all at once, and take notes on their overlap and relativity. My goal with my reading like this, is something I picked up by going to college. You’d go to class, and be
PORT JERVIS, N.Y. — Less than a week after his hopeful State of the City Address for a Port Jervis “that still needs nurturing to succeed,” Mayor Kelly Decker has, as many in the city would characterize, came out of his face. Monday, in a letter-made-public-rebuttal on his Facebook Page,
For Siera; hope you find that lucky lesbian & get locked down, or something… I had originally written this for another blog project, but I figure that the casual quality of the blog-side of my website could use more light posts such as this. I’m even going to tag it.