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Payment saves Rotterdam Square from black Friday

Payment saves Rotterdam Square from black Friday

Just as the lights of the holiday shopping season were starting to shine, the lights almost went out at Rotterdam Square mall Friday after the owner failed to pay $300,000 in electric and gas bills.

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Holzer to discuss book, role of New York in Civil War

Holzer to discuss book, role of New York in Civil War

Most Civil War buffs are familiar with the Civil War correspondence of Abe Lincoln and Horace Greeley, but what about the somewhat contentious exchanges between Erastus Corning I and the nation’s 16th president?

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Tabernacle gears up for large community Thanksgiving

Tabernacle gears up for large community Thanksgiving

Lorrie Mangroo’s church kitchen is in full swing for nearly a week before Thanksgiving Day. It has to be. She’s expecting more than 200 people for community dinner at the Tabernacle of New Hope in Schenectady.

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Judge: Ex-Halfmoon supervisor's drinking not a problem

Judge: Ex-Halfmoon supervisor's drinking not a problem

Having a couple drinks in the morning or a glass of wine at noon doesn't constitute “excessive alcohol use,” a federal judge ruled in the case against Melinda Wormuth, the former Halfmoon town supervisor accused of influence-peddling.

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