So many people are on Facebook. We just had to have a page there. While you are there, be sure to join the group.
The primary site maintained by the school district to keep all students, parents, and alumni informed.
RJSHS PTSA is our Parent-Teacher-Student Organization. Please join them at their meetings the first Monday of each month at 6:30p.m. in the LGI of the high school.
An in-depth look at the work done to try to develop the city's prospects for the future by TU reporter Bob Gardinier, May 23, 2015.
As one of the earliest of New York's counties, Rensselaer has a population of about 153,000 residing over 665 beautiful picturesque square miles. The quality of life as portrayed in our 14 towns, six villages, and two cities, lends to the air of spirit and togetherness symbolic of what life should be about. The County seat is Troy, known as the home of Uncle Sam and our other city, Rensselaer, sits on the bank of the historic Hudson River, directly across from the Empire State's Capital, Albany.
RENSSELAER, N.Y. -- Along the banks of the Hudson River, nestled between a ring of pavement and concrete bridge piers sits a baseball field. A field where its most magnificent moment in baseball history has all but almost vanished.
On September 10, 1881, an unprecedented moment in Major League Baseball history took place at that very spot. . . .
"The Troy Trojans beat the Worcester Massachusetts Ruby Legs, who later became the Philadelphia Phillies, 8 to 7 with the first grand slam in Major League history,” said Tom Wiles, the former Director of Research for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Read more and watch the video on the Time Warner Cables news site by clicking on the title above.
Amtrak will get a TIGER grant to extend train service to Burlington, VT. Full story is at the Time Union on line. Click the title.