Mike Piazza cried.
Everybody cries. Almost everybody anyways.
If you are bored with the same old stroke play or match play golf events, how about something different?
America was prospering in 1925 and local businesses staged Amsterdam’s Progress Exposition and Auto Show that year to show off that prosperity.
If you drive up to Lake George, you’ll pay to park, not just on Canada Street, but even on some of the side streets.
Don’t even try to take the mystery out of a horse.
This year, it’s all on Saratoga.
In the past month, a handful of Capital Region sites appeared on lists of restaurants affected by security breaches at fast-food chains Wendy’s and Noodles & Co.
There are ghosts at Saratoga Race Course.
And they aren’t getting any sleep this week.
In last week’s music overload, I first hied myself (thanks, Carl Strock) to the Green River Festival near Northampton on July 8, mainly to see NRBQ, who headlined its first (1986) edition.
Last week, I took out some regular visitors to Saratoga Springs during the thoroughbred racing season to the upper Hudson River between Schuylerville and Stillwater, and it was four hours of action.
Everyone from church groups to grocery store workers to local socialists visited Sacandaga Park near Northville a century ago.
A decade ago, we bemoaned the proliferation of small-box drugstores with drive-thrus, which seemed to have designs on every vacant street corner in the region.
Dobro wizard Jerry Douglas will be on the Music Haven stage on Sunday.
The queen was grouchy in her stall.
Once again, many New York State hunters (not all of us) are only thinking about what they hunt, ignoring other hunters dealing with anti-hunter pressure.
I wonder what Tim Duncan did on Monday.
Scott Hoffman, owner of Northway Golf Center, knows his business must be constantly changing in order to keep a dwindling customer base happy.
In a small surprise in a year that’s been full of startling political developments, Saratoga County Republican Chairman John Herrick won’t be seeking re-election to that post.
Aviator Edward B. Heath tried to fly his first airplane at the Antlers golf course in Fort Johnson in 1910. The golf course is now called Rolling Hills.
Raise your hand if you still have a land-line telephone. I do, although I also carry a smartphone. Having both puts me in a demographic group that skews older.
Clifton Park and Halfmoon residents are being spooked by clowns a bit early this Halloween season. Reports of creepy clowns in the two southern Saratoga County towns are sparking concern among residents.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.