Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Small New York Town Divided in Aftermath of High School Football Hazing

USA TODAY (Groton, NY) November 8, 2014

"Tucked away on the north end of Groton’s spacious Main Street sits Casper’s Diner, a classic small town eatery rich with coffee and food and the voices where the social conscience of any rural American town takes its shape.

From the booths and stools of the diner villagers congregate over savory meals and a friendly environment to banter about politics, the economy, local news and local sports, and, just as fervently, rumor. A kitschy sign atop the stainless steel coffee urn sets the tone for the social attitude of village life: 'The nice part about living in a small town is that when you don’t know what you’re doing, someone else always does.'" Read more

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