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Marchione secures victory, Spa City turns down government change
Incumbents hoping for another term representing the people of Saratoga County got their wishes this Election Day, as voters sent familiar faces back to the Assembly and Senate.
Boards direct leaders to research options, deliver report
Two chambers of commerce in Saratoga County are looking to expand on the ways they work together.
Stormy weather and a dreary economy have impacts on animal shelters
If a poor economy and less money to go around wasn’t enough, the recent impacts of tropical storms on the region have exacerbated problems face by pet owners and animal shelters.
Delmar man organizing bike collection for overseas aid
Delmar resident Charlie Hughes is leading a bicycle collection on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Arguments heard in retrial request for Christopher Porco
The state's highest court heard arguments this afternoon from Christopher Porco's attorney, who is seeking a new trial for his client
The state's highest court is set to field arguments from lawyers for Christopher Porco this afternoon as the convicted killer seeks a new trial.
Latham-based web company hopes to change the way churches get online
While in the online news world “pay walls” are the topic of the day, in the non-secular sphere some churches are thinking about “prayer walls.”
Event one of many memorial ceremonies planned in Capital District
The Town of Bethlehem Fire Officers Association and the town will be partnering to hold a candlelit vigil on the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Financial institutions say packing into Delmar makes good business sense
There are nine full-fledged bank branches on Delaware Avenue in Delmar. But bankers say the market is good, and the concentration isn't much heavier than in other Capital District locales.