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Get To Know: Dr. Tom Denham

This appears in the Sept. 30 editions of Spotlight News.

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Reel Seafood Co. offers Sunday brunches with live music and themed menus

As Wolf Road continues to see a constant cycle of businesses coming and going, the road’s oldest independently-owned restaurant continues to keep up with the times.

Craft breweries focus of new downtown Albany tourist attraction

The Albany Craft Beverage Trail, a collaboration between Nine Pin Cider, Albany Distilling, C.H. Evans Brewing, and Druthers, will launch at its inaugural event, Drink Albany, Saturday, Oct. 3, from noon to 5 p.m.

Fourth Annual Wing Walk promises food, drinks and laughs

It’s only on its fourth year, but the Annual Wing Walk is quickly becoming a must-stop visit to Downtown Schenectady.

Bethlehem Children's School to hold farm-to-table festival

Farm fresh meats and veggies right to your table. At this weekend’s Bethlehem Farm to Table Festival, that happy, leafy-green dream could be a reality for your family.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Nature is basis to our survival

This letter to the editor appears in the Sept. 30 edition of the Colonie Spotlight.

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Third Fantastic Fall Festival to be held Oct. 3 in Ganser Smith Park

In the past, hundreds of community members have shown up to support a local family through tough times with the Fantastic Fall Festival. Now, after a one-year break, the festival is back and will not disappoint with raffles, fair food and of course, a cow.

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The Enchanted City returns to Troy for a fun, family event

This Saturday, the City of Troy transforms into The Enchanted City, a festival with a theme all too fitting for one of the capitals of the Industrial Revolution.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Voting for safety

The following letter appears in the Sept. 30 edition of The Spotlight.

Proposed zoning changes draws ire of residents at meeting; new ideas

When the town’s proposed master zoning plan takes effect, some of the town’s agricultural and residential land will be changed to mixed-commercial/residential zoning. This proposal left some feeling the town was taking away property rights from residents.

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Delmar-native debuts movie at Spectrum 8

Mark Netter is a Delmar native and NYU film school grad whose first independent film “Nightmare Code” is a psychological thriller taking the sci-fi world by storm.

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Country club agrees to initial repairs on Normans Kill

The owners of Normanside Country Club agreed to pay for initial repairs towards stabilizing the Normans Kill following this spring’s landslide, according to a deal made with the State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). However, more extensive work will be needed in the near future.

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Man arrested after allegedly forcing woman into prostitution

Colonie police arrested 18-year-old Nizere Y. Stephens of Albany for promoting prostitution after the department received information an underage female was being forced into prostitution.

EDITORIAL: Cutting out the middle man

This editorial appears in the Sep. 30 editions of Spotlight News.

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Kyle Brayton, Meg Versteegen win Crossings 5K Challenge

Kyle Brayton was in town to visit his girlfriend Sunday, Sept. 27, without any preconceived notion of running a five-kilometer race. Within a couple of hours, Brayton was celebrating a victory in the Crossings 5K Challenge.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Word of thanks

This letter to the editor appears in the Sept. 23 edition of The Spotlight.

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New sign honors Massry family for $5.25M gift

The University at Albany unveiled the signage for its Massry Center for Business last week, named in honor of the Capital District’s Massry Family.

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Computer driven cars are a thing of the present

The future promises many things, but sometimes it doesn’t follow through.

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Get To Know: Joe Sapienza

This appears in the Sept. 23 editions of Spotlight News.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Support for Clarkson

This letter to the editor appears in the Sept. 23 edition of The Spotlight.

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