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Sunday, July 20, 2014
Holy Name
of Jesus PNCC has historic tradition in Schenectady
 
Spa City’s summer visitors shell out big bucks for ritziest rooms
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Spa City’s summer visitors shell out big bucks for ritziest rooms

Sunday, July 13, 2014
Hotel room rentals are pricey in every summer resort town and city, and Saratoga is no different. People of influence and affluence are willing to pay several hundred dollars — even more than $1,000 — for a room or suite during the summer.
 
Capitol tour takes visitors through a history of New York
ALBANY

Capitol tour takes visitors through a history of New York

Sunday, July 13, 2014
There are 17 steps leading up to the western entrance of the New York State Capitol, and 77 on the lower or eastern side.
 
Rabbi uses tradition in her deerskin parchment art

Rabbi uses tradition in her deerskin parchment art

Sunday, July 6, 2014
More than a decade ago, Rabbi Linda Motzkin became a soferet, a Hebrew scribe who writes Torah scrolls and other sacred documents.
 
There's adventure around the river bend at this Indian Lake wild spot

There's adventure around the river bend at this Indian Lake wild spot

Saturday, July 5, 2014
It isn’t every day you can stand next to a slice of the upper Hudson River the public hasn’t seen in more than a century. Actually, that’s not true
 
Financial security only real change for lottery winner

Financial security only real change for lottery winner

Friday, July 4, 2014
If Jimmy Marx wants the new Aston Martin DB9 sports car, 184 grand is no problem.
 
Shaker Museum to open for season
NEW LEBANON

Shaker Museum to open for season

Thursday, July 3, 2014
There are no bells or whistles at the Shaker Museum at Mount Lebanon, nothing to attract visitors to the place other than its peaceful setting, some interesting architecture and a wonderful sense of history.
 
Boat House is business, residence and base for rowers along Mohawk
NISKAYUNA

Boat House is business, residence and base for rowers along Mohawk

Sunday, June 29, 2014
For anyone looking to get better acquainted with the Mohawk River, a visit with Bud and Sally Halsey should be the first thing on their list.
 
WATERVLIET

Watervliet man emulates wrestler on TV challenge

Sunday, June 29, 2014
Jason Eveleth, a 26-year-old Watervliet native, is one of eight male participants in Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Ranch Challenge, coming to the Country Music Television Network beginning at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 6.
 
COOPERSTOWN

Evolution of pickup truck on view at Farmers’ Museum

Sunday, June 29, 2014
Honest, hard-working, durable and reliable are all descriptions of farmers and the vehicle that no farm could do without, the pickup truck.
 
Defrocked pastor to talk about Methodists’ stand on same-sex marriages

Defrocked pastor to talk about Methodists’ stand on same-sex marriages

Sunday, June 22, 2014
Frank Schaefer’s story is one of hope and change. Those expecting a tale of woe or an angry tirade directed at the United Methodist Church will be surprised.
 
Historical Society to mark 125th year at Old Stone Fort

Historical Society to mark 125th year at Old Stone Fort

Saturday, June 21, 2014
Peter Couchman may not be one of the founders of the Schoharie County Historical Society. But as the group celebrates its 125th year this summer, the former New York assemblyman from Gilboa will be celebrated as a man of vision.
 
Don’t forget dad — but save the tools
GLENVILLE

Don’t forget dad — but save the tools

Saturday, June 14, 2014
Father’s Day is Sunday. Repeat: Sunday. As in, if you are reading this today, tomorrow.
 
Glendale Home residents share stories of youth and marriage

Glendale Home residents share stories of youth and marriage

Sunday, June 8, 2014
Fascinating histories like that of former dancer Ludmila Futyma’s fill the Glendale Home, a 200-bed assisted living facility on Hetcheltown Road in Glenville.
 
Q & A: Historian Weible takes populist approach to past events

Q & A: Historian Weible takes populist approach to past events

Sunday, June 8, 2014
In December 1931, Cornell professor Carl Becker told a meeting of the American Historical Association that everyone is his or her own historian.
 
 

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