Charles Bronson,  An American Award Winning Actor

  By Ted Rajchel Background According to the Polish-American Encyclopedia, Charles Bronson was born to a Lithuanian-Polish father, who worked in the coal mines of Pennsylvania. Charles Bronson was born on  November 3, 1921 in Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania.  He...

The Secret Meeting the Changed Rap Music and Destroyed a Generation

By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Eight years ago I received the following document from Imam Malik Najeeulah who was then a board member of For The Good as well as a friend. The contents were shocking....

At the Movies–“Nacho Libre”

  by Mark Ziobro I was shocked to learn that “Nacho Libre,” the tempered and anticlimactic comedy starring Jack Black was actually loosely based on true events, the tribulations of Sergio Gutiérrez Benítez, a Mexican Catholic...

Downtown Hospital Project to be Built Upon Lies

By Pete Bianco The tax-paying public was lied to by politicians who said a new hospital could only be built in downtown Utica. MVHS was also told the lie that they would not receive $300 million...

Rome Officer Under Scrutiny for Questionable Action

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By Peter Coney “The Officer in my video earlier gave a lot of information out.”   Last week, in Rome NY, a Black woman suffered the indignity of someone spray-painting racial slurs and swastikas on her moving...

The Curious Case of Rose Grimaldi and Carolann Cardone

By Ron Klopfanstein Two days after the failed coup attempt in Washington, Patrick Lohmann, a reporter for Syracuse.com broke staggering political news closer to home. “700 votes were tossed in Oneida County. Officials ignored state law...

Shooting outside Former ‘Dev’ Bar Downtown Last Night

Last night at around 1:30AM, the intersection of Genesee and Devereux St was lit up by the flashing red lights of almost ten squad cars responding to a shooting at the bar formerly known...

August 2020 Mohawk Valley Almanac 

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By Roger Chambers August is a month of late summer, the weather is still generally hot at times, in the 80s and occasionally 90s.  Towards the end of the month, the days are increasingly short,...

Rome Woman Seeks Justice for Racist Vandalization of Her Truck

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By Eamon Handzel  On a freezing morning outside the courthouse on Elizabeth St, a single Black mother walks to her 2nd Grand Jury hearing. She has friends and concerned citizens standing outside the building in...

Voices of Polonia: Witold Pilecki

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Witold Pilecki—Auschwitz Volunteer Who  Told the World About the Nazi Death Camp By Ted Rajchel Background Witold Pilecki was a Polish cavalry officer, intelligent agent, and resistance leader during World War II.  He volunteered to be captured...