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Longtime CPA partners with son to form Zeitler & Zeitler

Pair bring experience and enthusiasm to accounting firm

The accounting firm of Fred Zeitler, CPA, a long-time Greenville institution, has expanded to form the partnership of Zeitler & Zeitler, CPA’s.

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CDTA: Heading in new directions

Two new BusPlus routes to be added

The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) has some big plans for the future.

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A sporting chance for young kids

Amazing Athletes helps develop motor skills, coordination and fitness

Amazing Athletes exposes young kids to sports skills and physical fitness in a fun, non-competitive environment.

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Get fit for real at MGX

New gym offers P90X and Insanity workouts in a group atmosphere

A brand new business in Albany is offering exercise and fitness classes that are sure to get you in the shape you want to be this year.

Lawyer helps his clients navigate turbulent times

Few lawyers bring the grounded perspective Jeffrey Zimring offers, but his early experience in the aviation industry gave him the opportunity to look at life from a lot of different angles.

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Discover your child’s future at Mater Christi School

Does your 2-year-old pick up your smart phone, find their favorite game and start playing without asking for your help? Have you asked your middle schooler for help with the latest technology? Think back to when you started school and compare it to the academic world your child will or is currently experiencing. Oh, how times have changed!

Budokai builds up mind, body and spirit

Classes available for every age, experience level

At U.S. Budokai karate isn’t so much about kicking and “hi-ya’s,” but rather the training of the mind over body.

Albany Walk In Care sets up shop

Guilderland office offers same-day medical assistance, as well as physicals and drug screenings

People can still have their urgent care needs met in Guilderland. It just has a new name.

The Floral Garden goes above and beyond

Design staff can turn ideas into stunning reality

According to Tom Hofmeister, owner of The Floral Garden in Bethlehem, the way to make a floral arrangement that really wows is to be a good listener.

Fitness club keeps families in mind

Delmar Health and Fitness combines high-tech equipment with low-key approach

When Mike Mashuta decided to open a fitness club in Delmar, he wanted to do it his way. In fact, a sign on his new building at 28 Hudson Ave. reads, “No bodybuilding and no powerlifting please.”

Chronic health challenges? The Y can help

At the Capital District YMCA, we’re passionate about youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Every day, we work diligently to help people live healthier, happier lives.

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Independence, dignity matter

Great-grandmother serves as inspiration for Scofield Access Solutions

Being raised by her great-grandmother allowed Carolyn Scofield a unique window into the world of the elderly.

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Avila lets seniors take it easy

Retirement community also makes healthy living a top priority

As local residents age and opt for the piece of mind that comes with moving into a well-maintained senior residence, many forget to look for a new home that focuses on healthy living.

Brick-and-mortar a solid investment

RealtyUSA’s Anthony Sabatino has a handle on commercial real-estate sales

Investing in the stock market undoubtedly has its share of risks, so finding something a little more tangible and manageable could provide a more stable fiscal option.

Education beyond the core

Loudonville Christian School’s curriculum includes faith, service and spiritual growth

Math, science, history, foreign languages and English are subjects that will be found within every classroom in the Capital District. In addition to these core academic subjects, what is it that makes a Loudonville Christian School education a unique one?

Hunger is affecting thousands of Capital District residents this winter

Did you know that more than one in six New Yorkers in our community is facing hunger every day? That more than 39,000 people in Albany County live at or below the poverty line? The number of people who go hungry is shocking to many of us. “How can that be,” we say, “when food is readily available and, for the most part, inexpensive?”

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Junk King makes cleaning up easy

Business prides itself on quality customer service

It’s all about being green for the Junk King.

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Embrace body and mind at eStudio

When it comes to getting physically fit, the owners of eStudio believe in the whole-body approach, offering classes in yoga, Barre and Spinning that encourage a mindful way to wellness.


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