History & Heritage

From his training as a geologist Frank H.T. Rhodes understands well the strains placed on our natural environment and resources all over the world. From his vantage point as president of Cornell...
Most folks are honest, but there are those about whom it's said, "after you shake his hand, count your fingers."  The most insidious form of robbery is not burglary or...
The recollection of childhood can be one of the most endearing literary genres.  Even if "when I was a kid..." did not always introduce an especially happy memory, the sense that a man...
One of the major institutions in American life and of civilization itself -- and among the fine things that makes New York a great city -- is the daily paper that has been a  solid part of...
Before it was known as Puerto Rico the island was called Borikén by the indigenous Taíno people.  The European domination of the Americas began in the Caribbean and to this day our...
Honor Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee, and explore Great Britain, from history to drama, this summer with WSKG TV   June 11th at 9:00pm and 10:00pm, and Mondays at 10:00pm starting...
Ever since the first days of the Republic - when Benjamin Franklin feared the United States would turn into a German-speaking nation and the Constitution disallowed anyone not born on these shores...
Agnes: The Flood of '72 - Premieres June 21, 2012 at 8:00pm Thank you to all who joined us for our premiere screening events! See pictures from Corning on June 12th and Elmira on June 14th....
Ties between America and Poland stretch back to the American Revolution and the service of generals Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Casimir Pulaski, then through some five million Poles who emigrated to the...
WSKG TV proudly produces original documentaries that archive the history, culture and issues of primary importance to our community. From Flood of '35 to Cornell: Birth of the American...