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Two pilots fly to 49 state capitals over two week
In an effort to raise awareness about the smaller municipal airports, two private pilots are flying to all the capitals in the lower 48 states and Alaska in a single-engine plane over the course of 14 days.
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.
DEC holds clinic for would-be anglers at Six Mile Waterworks
Many people who go fishing can tell you all about how relaxing it can be, and it’s not too late for those who don’t fish to enjoy those same benefits.
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.
Race enters its 11th year with runs for adults and children
As the outdoor running season winds down, an event that takes place at the Crossings offers an opportunity for the whole family to get some exercise and enjoy the park.
New ramp installed at entrance
Colonie Central High School recently completed some renovations that make the building easier to access for students in wheelchairs, as well as some cosmetic updates to its front entrance.
Community center also opens new library and meeting room
The three-building campus at the Italian American Community Center has been a work in progress for nearly the last decade, but the most recent additions have really topped it off.
Siena’s interim president is making himself at home on campus
When Father Kevin Mullen was named provincial minister of Holy Name Province in New York City this spring after serving as Siena’s president for seven years, the college found itself looking for someone to fill his shoes.