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Capital District gets its own Renaissance Festival promising merriment for all
The NY Capital District Renaissance Festival will be held on Saturday, June 14, and Sunday, June 15, at Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland, adding a brand-new attraction to the region.
Family Players of Northeastern New York is known for its big summer musical each year, but this time, it could be the USO tribute show, “A Sentimental Journey,” on Feb. 18 that everyone’s talking about.
New Clifton Park store sells only American-made products
Todd Scaccia lives in America, so why shouldn’t everything he buy be made in America? In an ideal world, that would be the case, but instead the majority of products consumers purchase are manufactured across the globe.
Brandon Peda's ninth-inning single wins the game
There will be a Capital District team in Friday's Babe Ruth World Series championship game. The only question is will it be Guilderland, or will it be Clifton Park?
It started out as a true story—a group of friends at a girl’s boarding school in Paris find a secret hideaway. But that’s where fact ends and fiction begins.
The Capital District was shaken by an earthquake at just before 2 p.m. this afternoon.
Seniors guide Plainsmen to sweep
The Shenendehowa boys volleyball team began the Suburban Council season with a 3-0 victory over Niskayuna in Clifton Park.
Noise from GloFo construction grating on neighbors
Since June, constant noise from continuous power units (CPU) at the GlobalFoundries site has been tormenting some residents of Malta and Stillwater; and they’re fed up.
Clifton Park wins its division, awaits semifinal opponent
The Clifton Park Bulldogs weren’t satisfied with being the hosts of this year’s Babe Ruth World Series. They wanted to win the tournament.
Pet resort gives animals unique boarding experience
Pets can be globetrotters, “visiting” Paris, Hollywood, Hawaii and beyond, at the new Pink Dog Parlor resort.
Two boys volleyball teams start 3-0
The Shenendehowa and Bethlehem boys volleyball teams improved their records to 3-0 with Suburban Council wins Thursday.
Blue Bison score in each half for 2-0 win
Following all the rain that fell this week, the Shaker boys soccer team decided to play its Suburban Council opener against Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Friday inside the Afrim's Soccer Dome on Route 7, rather than its home field.
Annual sprint division game set for Saturday
Saratoga Springs Pop Warner is holding a food drive for the Franklin Community Center during the annual Adirondack Trust Allegiance Bowl sprint division football game between Army and Navy Saturday at Saratoga Springs High School.
A "Type B" emergency was declared on Monday, Aug. 29, at the Vischer Ferry Plant on the Mohawk River, according to Michael Saltzman of the New York Power Authority.
Traveling softball team seeks players
The Saratoga Thunder 16-and-under softball team is holding tryouts for its upcoming season at 10 a.m. Sept. 17 and 24.
LeBel's goal proves to be the game winner
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake edged Shaker 1-0 in Monday's Suburban Council field hockey game in Latham.
Poster contest winner claimed prize of a lifetime
For more than an hour on a hot day in July, 7-year-old Alayna Gray sat at a table at Saratoga Race Course. Surrounded by paper, pencils, art supplies and other young artists, she painstakingly made a brown and white painted horse named Molly come to life on paper.