County Airport and ALCO Trail projects to receive funding
Schenectady County is set to receive nearly $945,000 to spur development from the $785 million awarded through Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
Feds to clean up former Scotia Navy Depot site
Fears of Schenectady County’s water supply being compromised were recently lifted after a seven-year battle to mitigate a groundwater plume containing trichloroethylene.
The Bethlehem School District’s Farm to You Fest kicked off this week, as the district’s Healthy Kids Committee for the third year running launched into a full week of agricultural awareness and food drives.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced today that its Disaster Recovery Center in Voorheesville would close on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
SCEAC to ready green house gas data, energy recommendations
In a few months, Schenectady County will have a better idea of its carbon footprint.
If you don’t live on a farm, you can pretend you do, for a day.
Meeting will focus on flood recovery efforts
Congressman Paul Tonko will hold a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Rotterdam Junction Fire Department located on 1251 Main St.
New book examines Thacher Park and surrounding area
Indian Ladder Farms will be hosting the authors for the new book "John Boyd Thacher State Park and the Indian Ladder Region."
Saratoga County has farms aplenty and places an emphasis on buying local, so it only makes sense that it would also be home to Slow Food Saratoga, an organization that supports that homegrown culture.
Residents will be able to visit the Voorheesville center for information on disaster assistance programs.
Niskayuna workers construct flood barrier around water plant
Niskayuna’s water plant was in danger as the Mohawk River rose during Tropical Storm Irene, but town employees devised a plan to prevent damage.
Agudat Achim prepares for annual Carrot Festival with new theme
All of the staple carrot based dishes will be at Agudat Achim’s Carrot Festival this year, but some new treats will be enticing visitors.
SCEAC: Open space a defining characteristic of county suburbs
Open space in Schenectady County benefits the environment, but some say it can also be a boon to the quality of life of residents.
Residents react to flood waters forcing evacuations, damaging homes
Mandatory evacuations and road closures were common as Hurricane Irene rolled through Schenectady County and led to a patchwork of power outages.
Tropical Storm Irene held Schenectady County in its grasp as flood waters reached historic levels.