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Sophrony Kirilov pulls hard on the strings of the heavy Russian bells from inside the world's southernmost Eastern Orthodox church, calling to Mass anybody wanting to pray on this remote Antarctic island.
By Bob Weiner
A spirited Siena College basketball team played like it desperately didn’t want its season to end Thursday night in an opening-round game of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament.
By Jim Schiltz
Amsterdam basketball coach Tony Orapello liked what he was seeing, and thought more was on the way, after Jemal Robinson’s layup tied Thursday night’s Section II Class A semifinal game with Scotia-Glenville at 18-18.
An Israeli consortium is set to sign a $2.9 million agreement with SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany, formerly known as the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, to develop tools for the computer chip industry’s transition to 450mm technology.