Market improvements estimated at $200k; fall completion targeted
The Niskayuna Co-op Supermarket is planning to spruce up its store through a round of renovations that should be completed just in time for its 69th anniversary.
Bethlehem moves to put FEMA money towards alternate use, demolish bridge
A new plan hatched by Bethlehem officials would see the demolition of a bridge over the Onesquethaw Creek so federal damage funds from Hurricane Irene could be diverted to fix the roof over the town’s pool.
Nisky residents accepting of new charge, worried about implementation
Realizing $150,000 of revenue budgeted from a new lawn debris pick up fee could be feasible, if recent comments from Niskayuna residents resonate throughout town.
Milton Grange No. 685, in collaboration with Greenfield Grange No. 807, hosted a wine tasting at The Saratoga Winery in Saratoga on Saturday, Nov. 12, to benefit farmers in Schoharie County recovering from flood damage caused by hurricanes Irene and Lee.
Governments, school districts can reassess devastated properties
Flood victims could have their tax bills more accurately reflect their damaged properties following relief measures approved by the State Legislature.
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.