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Did you know there are 13,000 books, music and movies available to download from public libraries across the Capital District? If you didn’t, a trip to the Overdrive Digital Bookmobile might be in store.
There are two Colonie Town Board seats up for grabs on Election Day and four candidates vying for them. Financial disclosures filed with the New York State Board of Elections in July offer a glimpse into how the race is shaping up.
A group of area veterans are making sure their fellow servicemen know they’re appreciated.
Christine Quinn made Albany County history on Friday, July 27, when she served her first day as the new deputy county executive. Appointed by County Executive Dan McCoy after then-deputy county executive Michael Perrin stepped down to “explore other opportunities,” Quinn is the first woman to hold the position.
It was all about the cats at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society’s sixth Feline Fest running Thursday, July 26, to Sunday, July 29. The yearly event is the organization’s effort to “promote” the influx of cats it typically sees during the warmer months.
A 17-year-old from Watervliet will spend the next seven years in state prison for his role in a series of home invasion burglaries in the City of Watervliet, according to Albany County District Attorney David Soares' office.
Student hopes incredible journey will culminate in law career
Debbie Bango didn’t expect her daughter to survive.
The big brick building at 534 New Loudon Road in Latham is the hub of town government. But, the second floor of Colonie Memorial Town Hall also serves another purpose—it doubles as an art gallery.
The Pruyn House will become a miniature version of the Capital District on Thursday, Aug. 23, when local food, art and music is spread across the grounds for “A Taste of Local: An Evening of Food, Wine and Talents.”
Some Sand Creek Middle School parents have a new way of getting supply lists for the upcoming school year. Instead of wrinkled pieces of paper sent home the last day of school, they have Teacherlists.com, a website that launched in April and already has supply lists posted for 48,000 classrooms nationwide.