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- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
- Proposed pet sellers and breeders local law
- Guilderland Library's proposed 2014-15 budget, board election
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- NYS Supreme Court judge strikes down SAFE Act challenge
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- Photo Gallery: Night at the Rodeo
- Sports poll: Is Aug. 25 too soon for the high school sports season to begin?
- Sports poll: How many weeks of youth sports camps have you or your children participated in?
- Sports poll: Which youth sport has the brightest future in the Capital District?
- Sports poll: How many trips will you take to Saratoga Race Course this season?
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Give a hoot
- Altamont Fair a summer tradition
- Photo Gallery: Night at the Rodeo
- Full Cirque
- Family outing
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Thanking a good Samaritan
- LETTER: Where was the assistance?
- LETTER: Mountaintop rang with the sounds of freedom
- LETTER: Stacy Pettit understands Surrogate’s Court
- Letter: Fight suicide at walk
- Guilderland police first to receive state heroin antidote funds [video]
- Police warn warmer weather brings driveway scammers
- Police search for scam suspects
- State Police initiative aims to keep thruway safe
- Schenectady man sentenced to 10 years for Best Western robbery
- Helping out, one muffin at a time
- Greulich’s Market abruptly closes
- Survey: Health care costs loom over businesses
- Perspective owners go for chains
- National Grid braces for season’s storms
Festive fundraiser for owls will have a folksy flavor
What do you get when you combine owls and music? Well, a HOOTenanny of course.
‘Muffin Man’ expands fundraising efforts to breakfast in bed service
A basket of muffins might not change the world, but one man is proving it’s a good place to start.
Old favorites and new attractions showcased at weeklong event
Alongside fair food favorites, the Altamont Fair is offering up something new to taste with some local flavor.
Double M is full of tosses and turns
A sign of summer in Ballston Spa is the Double M Professional Rodeo each Friday and Saturday night.
Montreal troupe presents a show that combines circus arts, music, dance and theater
It’s big top meets hip-hop meets West Side Story in Cirque Éloize’s newest show, “iD,” which has set up camp at its summer home at Proctors this month, opening this past weekend to much fanfare.
Family-owned business in Guilderland shuts its doors after nearly 65 years; owes $15k in property taxes
An iconic neighborhood market abruptly closed its doors in Guilderland more than a week ago, with more than $15,000 of outstanding taxes on the property.
African American cultural celebration at Empire State Plaza will feature entertainment and activities for all ages
The Empire State Plaza will come alive with a celebration of African American heritage on Saturday, Aug. 2, with African American Family Day scheduled from noon to 7 p.m.
Young scientists compete to see who can tell the best science tale
A large stage, four curious judges and 10 contestants with only three minutes to perform.
Eighth annual Helderberg Theater Festival features twist on classic, youth directors
The Classic Theater Guild Inc. and Indian Ladder Farms are teaming up again for The 2014 Helderberg Theater Festival, which will be held outdoors at the farm from July 17 to 27.
Landis Arboretum program will take people on a dragonfly hunt
Get an up close look at some unique insects during “Dragonflies and Damselflies,” on Saturday, July 19, at the Landis Arboretum. Anne Donnelly, dragonfly surveyor for the New York State Natural Heritage Program, will lead the afternoon "field trip."
Three Capital District girls selected as understudies for New York City Ballet
Dancing with the New York City Ballet is the dream of nearly every American ballerina, but few are given the opportunity prior to high school.
NYRA holds family-friendly open house as a kickoff to track season
Around this time every summer, the old Victorian houses that line Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs come alive, the restaurants on Broadway feel a little more full and people in large hats can be spotted all over the city. It’s summer in Saratoga, and it all begins with Saratoga Race Course’s annual open house on Sunday, July 13.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation officials are asking for the public's help to learn more about a petroleum spill that occurred last month.
With Big 10’s demise, Suburban Council may take on more schools
The Big 10’s demise could spell big changes for the Suburban Council.