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Miles Reed

Employee Since: June 20, 2015


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Managing editor

Phone Number: 518-395-3106


Biography:

Miles has worked in newspapers since graduating from the University at Albany in 1989. He came to work at The Gazette in 1995, first as a reporter and later in various editing positions. Before joining The Gazette, Miles worked for five years as a reporter for The Saratogian in Saratoga Springs.


Miles's Recent Articles:


Penny-pinching on Christmas tree causes near-mutiny by kids

Penny-pinching on Christmas tree causes near-mutiny by kids

December 16, 2015

In hindsight, it wasn’t my best parenting decision ever. It was December 2010 and we were coming off a rough patch financially. I was looking ...

Moxham Mountain perfect peak for late-summer hike

Moxham Mountain perfect peak for late-summer hike

September 2, 2015

Late summer is my favorite time for hiking in the Adirondacks. The days are still relatively long and warm, black-fly season is over (Hallelujah!) and ...

For Phish phans, show is a treat but hardly spectacular

For Phish phans, show is a treat but hardly spectacular

October 24, 2013

Was it epic? Not nearly. But was it fun? For sure. Phish made its triumphant return to the Glens Falls Civic Center Wednesday night — ...

Fire destroys large Brownstone row house in downtown Saratoga Springs

Fire destroys large Brownstone row house in downtown Saratoga Springs

July 28, 2013

Fire destroyed a Brownstone row house early this morning on Woodlawn Avenue one block off Broadway. As of 11 a.m., fire crews were still on ...

Prom season on display

Prom season on display

May 14, 2013

The Capital Region's prom season has begun and Gazette photographers have been capturing the memories. Follow @GazetteLifeArts on Twitter.

Canal system gates up, Mohawk flowing freely

Canal system gates up, Mohawk flowing freely

October 29, 2012

Water is flowing freely on the Mohawk River this morning in the wake of state officials’ efforts to draw down water from reservoirs on the ...

Some cats seized in Halfmoon rescue now available for adoption

Some cats seized in Halfmoon rescue now available for adoption

March 30, 2012

Twenty-six of the 100-plus cats rescued from a Saratoga County trailer home are now available for adoption at the Saratoga County Animal Shelter. The cats, ...

Phish to play 3 nights at SPAC

February 29, 2012

Vermont-based jam band Phish will play its first-ever three-night stand at SPAC this summer when it rolls into town for shows on July 6-8. The ...

Albany lawyer's judicial nomination clears hurdle, heads for full Senate review

March 3, 2011

The judicial nomination of Albany lawyer Mae D’Agostino cleared an important hurdle this morning when it was approved out of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, ...

Guidarelli won't seek Republican line for mayor; may back Hull in race

Guidarelli won't seek Republican line for mayor; may back Hull in race

February 14, 2011

Longtime Schenectady politician Peter Guidarelli put an end to weeks of speculation this morning by saying he won’t seek the Republican line for mayor in ...

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