Only 15 legislators supported the move to ban tobacco sales in pharmacies, far under the supermajority need to pass
Tobacco can still be sold in local pharmacies after county legislators stood behind County Executive Dan McCoy’s decision to only ban the display of such products in those businesses.
First tech tenant on campus promises jobs, economic boost
Frustrated with the rising cost of his utility bills, Steven Erby began looking into alternative energy sources about seven years ago.
Participating eateries offer three-course meals for $20.14
That time of the year has come again when local restaurants open their doors to a host of hungry diners ready to sate their appetites on discounted three-course meals.
Wemple Road dome expected to be ready for winter use
For nearly six years, the Bethlehem Soccer Club has attempted to build a new indoor facility on its Wemple Road property.
Huck Finn’s Warehouse and More receives $650k in grants to relocate beloved amusement park rides
The “more” in Huck Finn’s Warehouse and More has taken on a whole new meaning after plans were announced to move the rides from Hoffman’s Playland to the store in North Albany.
Zoning Board gives its approval for Afrim Nezaj’s project
The plan for a new soccer complex in Colonie will move forward following more than one year of setbacks.
Program at Albany’s Main Branch helps artisans get their online shops up and running
The Internet has served as a source of income for many over the years, with such well-established commercial hubs as Amazon.com and eBay.
Town planner says answers could help Bethlehem better serve local businesses
Bethlehem’s Economic Development staff is asking business owners to participate in a new online survey from the town.
Spindles on Remsen holds its official grand opening
With an increased demand for food, arts and entertainment, the Spindle City has seen abandoned buildings find new life.
Nine Pin Cider Works benefits from new legislation
New York’s first licensed farm cidery, which creates hard cider from 100 percent New York apples, has taken full advantage of recent state legislation that creates opportunities for local businesses.
Annual event welcomes season with food, fun and fast cars
The leaves are starting to turn and the air is getting chillier so it can mean only one thing in Guilderland: It’s time to slurp some soup.
Latham PetSmart teams up with humane society to open everyday adoption center
A chain pet supply store in Latham has partnered with a local animal rescue organization to add a pet adoption center inside the store.
Officials say many safety violations forced the evacuation of two-story building
Citing unsafe living conditions due to multiple code violations, Town of Colonie officials shuttered a Latham building on Friday, Sept. 19, that was functioning as a business and residence.
People of all ages came to Hoffman’s Playland Sunday, Sept. 14, to enjoy one last ride before the 62-year-old amusement park closed its gates for good.
McCoy pushing instead for a ban on the open display of tobacco products in pharmacies
Despite vocal support for Local Law D at a recent public hearing, on Wednesday, Sept. 10, Albany County Executive Dan McCoy vetoed the legislation that would ban tobacco sales in pharmacies in Albany County.
- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- Telephonic 'town hall' on economic development set for Feb. 28
- Community Caregivers announces Burbank hire
- Area Chambers of Commerce advocating in D.C.
- Guilderland Chamber's Annual Awards Dinner on June 12
- Metroplex 2012 projects round up
- Schenectady Restaurant Week (Feb. 18-24)
- Career Exploration Internship Program at North, South Colonie Schools
- Colonie to host business seminar