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Schenectady Greenmarket moves outdoors for spring, but can't find it

Rich DeMartino of Ballston Lake gets his tomato plants from Barber's Farm at Schenectady's Greenmarket on the first day outside in front of City Hall.
Rich DeMartino of Ballston Lake gets his tomato plants from Barber's Farm at Schenectady's Greenmarket on the first day outside in front of City Hall.
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In what’s usually a sure sign of spring, the Schenectady Greenmarket moved outdoors Sunday morning, after months cooped up inside. Shoppers and vendors were dressed for winter, though, greeting the raw May day with ski hats, winter coats and hooded fleece jackets zipped to the neck. The rainy, breezy weather brought early March to mind, but the new lettuce, fresh herbs, pansies and petunias for sale spoke of spring. It was the first day of ...


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