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Get To Know: Kelly Gallagher

This appears in the Oct. 14 editions of Spotlight News.

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First studio album for local favorite is a special tribute

Music is cathartic. Whether you sling a guitar strap over your shoulder and strum a few chords, or lie on your bed and listen to someone else, the melodies and choruses strings you along on a journey. It takes you away.

EDITORIAL: A gateway to violence

This editorial appears in the Oct. 14 editions of Spotlight News.

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Local dentists provide perfect smiles

Dr. Steven Lysenko and Dr. Danielle Lloyd’s dental office, located at 17 Maple Road in Voorheesville, has been committed to serving the Capital District since 1971.

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Three generations of family at Bryant Asset Protection

According to Forbes Magazine, less than one third of family businesses survive the transition from first to third generation ownership. Another 50 percent don’t survive the transition from the second to the third generation. Bryant Asset Protection and Bryant Asset Management have beaten the odds because of the professional and friendly customer service that helps to set them apart from the competition.

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Organize Senior Moves makes downsizing and moving less stressful

Organize Senior Moves is an independently owned, locally-run business that focuses on helping senior citizens who are planning to move out of their home. Whether they are moving to a senior living community, a smaller home or out of the area, Organize Senior Moves is prepared to help make the transition as stress-free as possible.

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Experienced estate planners

Nearly a quarter century into estate planning, elder law

The Herzog Law Firm has been ahead of the curve for the last three decades.

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Carpel Tunnel Syndrome: What you need to know

Carpel tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most expensive of all work-related injuries. Over his or her lifetime, a carpal tunnel patient pays about $30,000 in medical bills and loses hours of productivity from work absences.

Proactive computer repair

The inspiration behind the name comes from a dream.

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Established in 1853, and growing

Established in 1853, Kinderhook Bank is a growing and locally headquartered community bank that offers competitive products and services with the most current technology available to meet the needs of our customers. Whether it’s the convenience of a branch location, doing your banking online or on your mobile/tablet, they can help you with all your banking needs!

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Bourque Mechanical built from bottom up, now offering geothermal systems

This time of the year, it’s hard to catch local business owner Bryan Bourque not on the move as Capital District residents gear up for the winter months.

Changed jobs? Think 401K

What to do with your 401k when you change jobs?

Circle of Friends special to kids

Not every nursery school is equipped to handle special-needs children. Circle of Friends is one school that does, and loves to do so.

Disposal company savors customers

Robert Wright Disposal continues 60-year-old family legacy with good customer service.

Family fun at Lakeside Farms

At Lakeside Farms Country Market and Restaurant in Ballston Lake, it’s all about family.

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Community Resource takes a “people first” approach to business

Community Resource Federal Credit Union: Simply, people helping people.

Insider’s perspective on DWI

After working in United State District Court for the Northern District of New York, I joined a very well regarded law firm in Albany in 1991. My areas of practice focused on plaintiff’s personal injury and criminal defense. I became a partner in 1996 and practiced law there for 17 years.

Commercial property owners have many options to consider

Local RealtyUSA agent Richer can help

Commercial development has occupied local headlines recently, a healthy side effect to a recovered national economy and a localized effort to bootstrap urban neighborhoods within the Capital District.

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Putting the ‘smash’ in better burgers

Eight Capital District stores expected within next few years

As tastes change and the millennial generation seeks out a better quality burger, Smashburger has come out as a customer favorite.

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Flavorfeast festival comes back to Saratoga Springs for a second year

Fans of different worldly delicacies will want to plan a pilgrimage to Saratoga Springs this Saturday for The Saratoga International Flavorfeast.

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