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A village makeover: a preview of Delaware Avenue’s improvements

Details are out on the Delaware Avenue Improvement project after nearly a decade of planning.

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Regional airline returns to Albany, to add more than 100 new jobs locally

Dignitaries from nearly all aspects of state government were on hand for continued good news at Albany International Airport.

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Monolith Solar to start construction

Long-awaited business venture to break ground nearly a year late

Construction of the long-awaited Monolith Solar Building is set to begin soon, nearly one year after its intended opening.

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Price Chopper’s effort to rebrand itself comes to Guilderland

Guilderland’s Price Chopper is next in line to become Market 32.

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Upstate Wine and Spirits to open expanded store

In the coming weeks, wine and liquor distributor Upstate Wine and Spirits, located at 180 Delaware Ave. in the Delaware Plaza in Delmar, will move two stores down in the same plaza to a larger location.

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Irish pub O'Slattery's is open for business

After a summer of anticipation and a fall construction period that spilled into winter, O’Slattery’s Irish Pub opened Sunday, Dec. 20 at Main Square Shoppes in Delmar, 318 Delaware Ave.

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Romo's Pizzeria opens its expanded dining room

After six years in the Bethlehem pizza game, Romo’s Pizzeria in Glenmont will expand to include a sit-down restaurant next week.

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Shaker Pointe’s new apartment building the latest to receive green building certification

haker Pointe at Carondelet, a nonprofit independent senior living community, announced last week that its 56-apartment building, Spirit Tree, earned platinum Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Guilderland Center: One of nation’s worst nursing homes

A host of problems in recent years has landed the Guilderland Center Nursing Home on a list of the nation’s worst.

Additional 52 homes proposed in Brookhill development

A 52-home development, decades in the making, is closer to getting town approval.

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New 23,000-sq.-ft. veterinary facility in Latham represents $5.2M investment

Upstate Veterinary Specialties began operating at its new $5.2 million, 23,000-square-foot location at 152 Sparrowbush Road in Latham, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony held Wednesday, Dec. 15.

Vacant Engle Farm purchased for $5.75M, with plans for more retail space

The Engel farm next to Albany International Airport was sold this month for $5.75 million to a local developer after being on the market since 2009.

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Capital District awarded $98.1M towards area economic development projects

The Capital District may not have gotten any of the coveted $500 million upstate revitalization awards when Gov. Andrew Cuomo handed out more than $2 billion dollars on Friday, Dec. 11 though his Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative, but local municipalities and economic development projects still received more money than in any other year since the initiative began doling out funds in 2011.

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New kid on the block JetBlue promises competition within stable of airlines at Albany International

JetBlue’s inaugural flight to Albany International Airport was greeted with a warm reception by various representatives of the Capital District and the traditional cold blast of water canons courtesy of the airport’s emergency crew.

Colonie Chamber of Commerce elects new board

The Colonie Chamber of Commerce announced on Thursday, Dec. 3 that Jessica Schul, a branch manager at Hudson River Community Credit Union, has agreed to serve as Chair of the 2016 Chamber Board of Directors as it heads into its 31st year.

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