Friday, July 29
Gladstone believes 847 former players deserve full benefits
Doug Gladstone’s 2010 book, “A Bitter Cup of Coffee,” shed light on the plight of 847 former Major League Baseball players who were receiving no pensions or health benefits from the league.
Beltrone residents teach Shaker kids
It was over 90 degrees on Friday, July 22, but that didn’t stop students from the Shaker High School Summer Program from traveling to the Beltrone Living Center to pick up a few tips from the Gardening Club to help manage their own community garden.
Santabarbara shares his experience with pet chickens on the Schenectady Today Show
Two chickens were the stars of the public access television program The Schenectady Today Show on Tuesday, July 19.
Thursday, July 28
Can the Cardiff Giant still draw a crowd? Ty Marshal thinks so
Inspiration for Ty Marshal's latest project actually came while he was researching a different concept. Marshal, a local artist and activist who prefers the label "inter-disciplinarian," had set out to find whether Onondaga Lake had ever been rumored to harbor a lake monster. Instead, he discovered a nearly 150-year-old hoax that entangled P.T. Barnum, the courts and thousands of residents, and began a few miles from Syracuse.
Tuesday, July 26
Steve Gilbank has created something he’s hopeful—and confident—will take off. Caffeinated water.
Residents expressed concern over the possible expansion of the town’s landfill as a result of a private partnership with Waste Connections, Inc., as well as how much waste could come from other municipalities.
A traffic stop in Saratoga Springs ended in a felony drug arrest and endangering the welfare of a child, according to information from the police department.
Monday, July 25
A long, scenic drive into the Adirondacks is just what this doctor ordered.
Agostino Jubrey, 21, the alleged shooter from the incident on Leach Avenue on Wednesday has been pronounced dead as of 3:45 p.m
Friday, July 22
In an incident that was first a response to a hit in run incident in Columbia County turned into a shootout in Colonie and ended with the suspect being shot in the head, according to Colonie police.
California Transit Authority, a band that was a spinoff by one of Chicago’s founding members, will headline Clifton Park’s Fourth of July celebration, held at Clifton Common and the special musical performance sponsored by County Waste & Recycling.
A Voorheesville man was arrested on Monday, July 18, on charges he choked and kicked his pregnant fiance in the stomach.
Change comes as district looks for new superintendent
The Bethlehem Central Board of Education at its organizational meeting unanimously elected Diane Giacone Stever as its president and Matt Downey as its vice president for the 2011-12 school year.
My goal for years has been to convince legislative leaders to reform state government, reduce out of control property taxes and help grow private sector jobs.
Thursday, July 21
Ballston Spa siblings return to region with Emmy Award-winning director to film movie based on dynamic family history
It was a family secret nobody wants to harbor. A grandmother, raped at the age of 12 by her stepfather and enduring a landmark trial to bring herself justice.
Eunice steps down after 40 years of service
Eunice Esposito has resigned from her position as Town Clerk for Rotterdam, effective July 31, after residents had publicly questioned her absence from Town Hall.
Monday, July 18
Wednesday, July 13
Windows Broken at Local School
Every year, school districts clean up from the previous year and prepare for the next. Floors are waxed, light bulbs replaced and damage, to any part of school property, is fixed.
Local flyers in combat
he multi-million dollar aircraft carries fuel, scientific equipment and most importantly, the scientists and crews themselves, as it taxis to a stop on the snow under a bright blue sky.
Pins opponent in 24 seconds for the win
The Amsterdam Mohawks turned their season around June 26 with a 5-4 victory over the Albany Dutchmen at Bob Bellizzi Field