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Zan Strumfeld


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Fantastic Fall Festival serves to raise money for child with DMD

The Fantastic Fall Festival helps raise money for Derek Murphy, a 12-year-old boy from North Greenbush with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

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Colonie’s annual Harvest Fest approaches

The Crossings will come alive with food, music, crafts and fun for the entire family

The Crossings of Colonie will soon be full of fall cheer at the annual Colonie Harvest Fest, which will feature a full day of entertainment, crafts and food.

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History buff soldiers on

Reenactor wants to see the Henry Knox Trail designated an historic trail

Dave Fagerberg is on a mission, and he’s not going to stop walking until he completes his goal.

DiNapoli praises Colonie’s efforts

After being targeted as distressed, comptroller releases new profile on town’s finances

New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has released an updated report saying the town has improved its financial situation significantly in the recent years.

Arts and crafts extravaganza

Shaker Heritage Society holds annual craft fair Sept. 7 and 8

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m, on Saturday, Sept. 7, and Sunday, Sept. 8, nearly 100 regional craftsmen will bring their goods to the Shaker Historic Site at 25 Meeting House Road in Colonie.

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Step back in time a town tradition

This year’s Old Fashioned Sunday to mark three decades running

Rolling into its 30th year, the Friends of the Pruyn House-sponsored Old Fashion Sunday will provide a free, family-fun afternoon reflecting an early-to-mid-19th century feel on the grounds of the historic site.

A taste of Italy, and of heritage

“Viva Italia” fundraiser replete with food, drinks and entertainment

Through a joined love of Italian culture, one local organization is hoping to share its heritage the best way possible – through Italian food and entertainment.

Candidates seek leg. seat in 14th

Alison McLean Lane, Mark Lansing want to officially replace Phil Steck

Two candidates are gearing up their campaigns for the Albany County Legislature’s 14th District.

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The line of duty

BC student starts a fundraiser to buy police dogs ballistic vests

Bethlehem High School senior Rachel Piccolino decided to take her canine adoration to the next level by raising money through local animal shelters and hospitals to purchase ballistic vests for police dogs.

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Running and gunning

Colonie cop takes top honors in international and unique biathlon competition

Colonie patrolman Louis DiNuzzo won the gold medal in the men’s individual biathlon at the World Police and Fire Games 2013 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, which was held Thursday, Aug. 1, through Saturday, Aug. 10.

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