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Princetown church celebrates two centuries of worship

Princetown church celebrates two centuries of worship

Most people looking for a fresh start in the New World wouldn’t have picked Currie’s Bush to call home.

Life in the fast lane: A night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway

MALTA

Life in the fast lane: A night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway

The power! The passion! The pride! Race car fans at Albany-Saratoga Speedway know all three.

DMV warns: Don't take a selfie while driving

ALBANY

DMV warns: Don't take a selfie while driving

It takes roughly two seconds to look at a phone and take a selfie — the same amount of time it takes for a car speeding down the highway to travel about 180 feet.

At Olde Bryan Inn, the Mug Club tradition dates back to 1979

At Olde Bryan Inn, the Mug Club tradition dates back to 1979

When newcomers walk into the Olde Bryan Inn, the first thing they do is look up at the ceiling. “Wow! What’s that? People are amazed,” says general manager Jason Lynch.

New life for old tools at Colonie store

New life for old tools at Colonie store

Is your basement or garage packed with old tools? If you donate them to the Tool Box in Colonie, you can tidy up and lend a hand to senior citizens at the same time.

The romper has become a stylish part of summer wardrobe

SARATOGA SPRINGS

The romper has become a stylish part of summer wardrobe

Rompers are back. What once was old-fashioned children’s playwear has now become fashionable for young women to wear on hot summer days.

Museum director to co-host Irish American Day at Saratoga

Museum director to co-host Irish American Day at Saratoga

The ghost of John Morrissey will be whistling a happy tune on Wednesday at Saratoga Race Course, and so too will be Ryan Mahoney.

Saratoga Battlefield fees to be dropped Nov. 1

STILLWATER

Saratoga Battlefield fees to be dropped Nov. 1

The Saratoga National Historical Park will stop charging an entrance fee come Nov. 1.

Nothing holds Tara Kitchen owner Waheed back

SCHENECTADY

Nothing holds Tara Kitchen owner Waheed back

When Aneesa Waheed decided to open the first Moroccan restaurant in the Capital Region while raising her then 8-month-old daughter Zoya, and having very recently learned she was pregnant with her second daughter, Suha, she never thought about things that might hold her back.

‘Friends’ producer visits loyal fan in Milton

MILTON

‘Friends’ producer visits loyal fan in Milton

When “Friends” producer Kevin Bright stopped by to see Lisa Emery on Wednesday, he quickly asked the most important question: “How’s the food?”

History and Pokemon intersect in the Stockade

SCHENECTADY

History and Pokemon intersect in the Stockade

The Stockade is bursting with history and, lately, it’s been bursting with Pokémon.

Night Out fosters partnership between law enforcement and community

ROTTERDAM

Night Out fosters partnership between law enforcement and community

Hundreds of residents joined dozens of local law enforcement members late Tuesday afternoon into the evening at Rotterdam’s first National Night Out event.

One trick may lead to many treats for Brundage

GLENVILLE & SARATOGA SPRINGS

One trick may lead to many treats for Brundage

Steven Brundage used to walk into a room and have a hard time talking to anyone. He admits he was shy growing up — his mother said he was beyond shy.

Neighborhood watcher Frederic Lee on the march for National Night Out

Neighborhood watcher Frederic Lee on the march for National Night Out

Frederic Lee’s big night out is Tuesday.

Event to mark 70 years of GE Flight Test Center

Event to mark 70 years of GE Flight Test Center

There was no slowing down Robert A. Baird and his P-80 Shooting Star.

Film crew documents Schenectady's 'smart' steps

SCHENECTADY

Film crew documents Schenectady's 'smart' steps

A TV crew spent three days in Schenectady in partnership with Cisco to document how the city is working to become a “smart city.”

Kelly Center fellows study meaning of ‘wilderness,’ female writers

NISKAYUNA

Kelly Center fellows study meaning of ‘wilderness,’ female writers

On the back patio of the Kelly Adirondack Center last week, Sydney Paluch sat in an Adirondack chair with her laptop, surrounded by tall pines and hardwoods, working on a study of female authors.

Future and former racehorses on view at Saturday’s farm tour

Future and former racehorses on view at Saturday’s farm tour

Some horses are too young for the big show on Union Avenue. And others have already done their share. Those two groups will be available for photo opportunities Saturday, during the 2016 Saratoga County Horse Farm Tour.

Civil Air Patrol basic cadets learn, lead at encampment

GLENVILLE

Civil Air Patrol basic cadets learn, lead at encampment

A person cannot become a good leader unless he or she has first been a good follower. Lt. Col. David Panzera has harped on that over the past week to the 132 Civil Air Patrol basic cadets under his command at a leadership encampment at Stratton Air National Guard Base.

Glenville ropes course case heading to court

GLENVILLE

Glenville ropes course case heading to court

Mountain Ridge Adventure’s owners will have their day in court over unfiled paperwork the town of Glenville said is necessary for the business to operate.

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