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Local, independent bookstores can help customers pick the perfect present

Local independent booksellers know that keeping pace with the prices offered online and at bigger bookstores is a tough task.

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Website has expanded the marketplace for local artisans

Amanda Fiandaca has always been crafty – knitting and crocheting things as a hobby. It was her husband who encouraged her to try to make some money with her talents.

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Lighting the way for others

This is the 16th year Capital Holiday Lights will not only entertain visitors from the Capital District and beyond, but pump funds into the Police Athletic League.

A Santa Claus for the young at heart

Program provides gifts to isolated seniors

There was a man who took part in Home Instead’s Be a Santa to a Senior program a few years ago who just wanted a bed for Christmas.

Stories that stand tall

Local storytelling group celebrates landmark

Kate Dudding’s first storytelling experience was with a group of fourth-graders. She started out with a typical “Once upon a time, when animals could talk ...”

Flames flickering for After the Fire relief organization

Fire relief group puts out call for members as ranks dwindle

Membership in After the Fire has dwindled over the years to about 12 members now.

Budget includes sale of Maplewood Manor

Spending plan pitches borrowing on home’s value, budgets for landfill revenue

The 2013 Saratoga County budget, if adopted, would usher in some significant changes.

Turkey Day race comes to Clifton Park

St. George’s starts up 5K as a fundraising effort

Runners looking to put some miles in before indulging in Turkey Day have a new option this year.

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A Saratoga legacy unfurled

A Confederate flag is one key part of an exhibit at the state museum in Albany, “An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War."

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Songs of freedom

Iraq vet combats PTSD, raises awareness through his music

Serving in a combat zone in Iraq was an adrenaline rush that Jason Moon couldn’t duplicate when he came home to Wisconsin. Not that he didn’t try.

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