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ALBANY COUNTY — Another project bringing power from the North to New York City will be cutting through Albany County as early as next year — this time, underground.

Care and expertise can't be shipped by drone, and society moves forward best when people come together for work and play.

The Albany County Historical Association invited local organizations to use their space in Arbor Hill earlier this month. They plan to meet again in Knox in June.

ALBANY COUNTY — County Executive Daniel McCoy, the day after delivering his third State of the County address, said his top priority out of all that he outlined is meeting the needs of kids.

The Arbor Day foundation is offering 10 free white flowering dogwood trees for those who join in March.

The free trees are part of the nonprofit Foundation’s Trees for America campaign.

Residents had questions about pollution, the tax base, and the potential for the sheriff's office to buy a piece of the East Berne property, the potential location of intermunicipal training facilities and a new firehouse.

LATHAM — A man who helped generations of Siena College students serve urban youth, James E. Snyder died on Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. He was 78.
The son of the late John and Katherine (née Walsh) Snyder was born on Dec. 25, 1935 in Elmhurst, N.Y. 

Floral combinations at the New York in Bloom event in Albany took on parts and pieces of unexpected displays for intricate arrangements this past weekend.

The federal government needs to better regulate train transport of crude oil now, and must put our resources into developing renewable energy for the future.

The railroad industry is independently pushing for regulations to increase the safety of moving crude oil, but the federal government is slow to respond.

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