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Schenectady County chamber honors businesses, leaders for positive change

Greg Bellamy of Bellamy Builders, along with his brother Brian, react during the "Good News Luncheon" held by The Chamber of Schenectady County at River Stone Manor in Scotia on Thursday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Greg Bellamy of Bellamy Builders, along with his brother Brian, react during the "Good News Luncheon" held by The Chamber of Schenectady County at River Stone Manor in Scotia on Thursday afternoon.
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Stories of growth, reaching milestones and overcoming devastating challenges brought hundreds to River Stone Manor in Scotia on Thursday afternoon in the name of good news. The annual Good News Awards Luncheon organized by The Chamber of Schenectady County honored businesspeople and educational and nonprofit leaders who made a positive difference in the past year. For Lyle’s Hoagies owners Doreen Pitsas and Brad McCormack, the event was a pat on the back after tragedy. Lyle’s ...


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