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On this day in The Saratogian: Oct. 21

Monday, Oct. 21, 1918. While Saratoga Springs sees a “steady decrease ... straight week “at the request of a majority of the members of the bar,” The Saratogian reports from Ballston Spa, “It appeared ... read more

On this day in The Record: Oct. 15

Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918. Three bodies are found in an Oakwood Avenue apartment this evening, nearly 24 hours after they died of accidental asphyxiation, The Record reports. The dead are 30 year old Liz... read more

This day in Erie history: Oct. 9, 1930

1930: Erie was on the short list to be the host of the world professional long-distance swimming championships for 1931. The event coordinators preferred the event be in the waters of Lake Erie, accor... read more

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This Day in History - October 9

1760: Russians capture Berlin. 1776: A group of Spanish missionaries settles in present-day San Francisco. 1801: Turkey formally recovers Egypt by treaty with France. 1806: Prussia declares war on Fra... read more


On this day in history in The Citizen: Oct. 2, 1962

SOME DIFFICULTIES DEVELOPED — Harold W. Keim, wearing white shirt, clerk at the Auburn Post Office, became a trouble shooter and helper this morning when Auburnians tried out the new boxes at the Post ... read more

On this day: October 19

Slide smoothly! Bring home Surface Mouse for only £44.99 Microsoft Price drop! Ultrathin, fast, and versatile Surface Pro 4, from £636.65 Microsoft ASUS Transformer Sig. Edition! The mighty Mini 2-in- ... read more

This Day in Country Music: October 19

1945 - Born on this day in Anson, Texas, was Jeannie C. Riley (born Jeanne Carolyn Stephenson, country music and gospel singer who is best known for her 1968 country #1 and pop hit "Harper Valley PTA" ... read more

This Day in Rock History: October 9

On this day in rock history, Kiss joined a Michigan high school's homecoming festitivies when an assistant coach wrote to say they'd begun winning football games after listening to the band in their l... read more

This Day in History: Oct. 9

(On this date in 1975, his son, Sean, was born in New York.) 1776: A group of Spanish missionaries settled in present-day San Francisco. 1888: The public was first admitted to the Washington Monument. ... read more

Sacrifice remembered during Surrender Day event

On Oct. 17 of that year, more than 6,000 British soldiers and their allies laid down their arms at present-day Fort Hardy Park, where ceremonies Wednesday marked the 241st anniversary of this historic ... read more

This Day in Country History: October 13

Starting with the October 20 issue, there is one all-encompassing "Hot C&W Sides" chart. The new chart has 30 positions, and "City Lights" by Ray Price was the first #1 song 1959 - Born on this day in ... read more



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