Flowers will be front and center this week as kids of all ages get ready for Mother’s Day, which runs neck-and-neck with Valentine’s Day as the biggest day of the year for giving flowers to loved ones.
The 339 apartments owned by the Saratoga Springs Housing Authority will go smoke-free as of May 1, officials said. The ban will go into effect as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development considers a national ban on smoking in public housing complexes.
This week’s fast-moving at Scotia’s Dairy Circus destroyed pretty much everything, owner Robb Clemons said today. A look around the inside confirmed that. What it didn’t destroy: Dairy Circus’ iconic logo, the joyous clown that for decades welcomed customers to the ice cream shop.
The Capital Region YMCA infused new life into the 100-year-old Mica Insulator Co. building last year, and in 2016 the celebration continues. Now called 845 Commons the structure built in 1915 was selected Friday as a recipient of a Historic Preservation Award by The Preservation League of New York State.
A few weeks ago, Yvonne Guy, 79, couldn’t hear the person on the other end of a telephone, music playing from the radio or someone seated across from her at the dinner table, but that changed last month with the push of a button.
Local officials gathered Wednesday at the Hilton on the state’s Missing Persons Day to announce a partnership with Fireball Run Adventure Travel Series, a global television adventure series which doubles as a missing children awareness campaign.
By VANESSA LANGDON/For The Daily Gazette
April 3, 2016
The Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs will be filled with fashion enthusiasts for the annual Electric City Couture Fashion Show for a full weekend, Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17.
Fulton County is in the odd position of having roughly the same incidence of colon cancer as the rest of the state but a much higher death rate. A variety of factors may be at play, but health care administrators, regulators and providers agree the most likely cause is the low rate at which county residents are screened for cancer.