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.
Guilderland native builds website to crowd source online video; launches Indiegogo campaign
There is a seemingly endless stream of videos across the Internet, but a Guilderland native is hoping to make finding the best videos an engaging and simple experience.
Shaker Heritage Society carefully selects vendors for annual craft fair
A historic area in the Capital District is offering an opportunity to explore the booths of over 70 vendors, listen to music and watch numerous demonstrations that whole family can enjoy.
Guilderland zoning board OKs plan after developer makes changes
A few more high-end apartments are coming to Guilderland after developers opted to demolish a single-family home abutting the state Thruway.
Jericho fails to raise needed funds for new projector
Jericho Drive-in is still in need of funds to purchase a new digital projector to stay open next summer.
RCHS exhibit focuses on the vast and varied history of downtown intersection
The year is 1914. You are standing upon slate sidewalks in Downtown Troy. Early automobiles pass you by on cobblestone streets. People on horse and carriage are delivering goods to nearby businesses, and the Caldwell Apartment building, just seven years old, is visible on the corner.
Proposal set to go before zoning board in October
In his yearlong effort to construct a soccer complex on 969 Watervliet Shaker Road, Afrim Nezaj hit another snag when the town set aside his proposal until a later date.
New Scotland Board mulls water lines for residential subdivision
Patience is running dry for a developer seeking a residential subdivision, with water infrastructure remaining a sticking point for town officials.
For the second year in a row, Delmar Farmers Market has been selected as one of the top in the nation.
Legislature passes ban on sales at pharmacies; McCoy to hold public hearing
Refilling your prescription medication and stocking up on cigarettes could require two separate stops a year from now.
Owner of El Charro Mexican Grill says the restaurant business is in her blood
A new restaurant in Latham already has a proven track record in Virginia and Maryland with an owner that grew up in the business.
Change in special use options means approval more likely
Afrim Nezaj will once again go before the Colonie zoning board to get approval for a proposed soccer complex on Watervliet Shaker Road, a site adjacent to the Memory Gardens cemetery, and a change in the process makes it more likely he will succeed this time.
Public hearing set for later this month
The Cypress Shrine Center is trying to go green by installing solar panels to offset their energy costs.
Matt Canuteson honored for his work helping those struggling with mental health and addiction issues
Matt Canuteson can truly relate to the people he works with. It’s one of the key things that makes him so good at his job.
- 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