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The New York State Museum opened a poster exhibition on Feb. 5, Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, detailing the national story of the struggle for black equality after the end of slavery and through the Jim Crow era.

In towns like Knox and Guilderland, fees for hauling away electronic waste have risen, which recyclers say is because manufacturers are not taking their fair share of the e-waste.

The William G. Pomeroy Foundation has launched two new historic marker programs available in New York State.

On Jan 30, Albany County Executive announced at the ShopRite on Central Avenue in Albany that it was important for mothers and workers to have a place to go and breast feed so that they don't have to go out to their car on cold days.

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The first entry in the second edition of Butler’s Lives of the Saints for February 14 reads: ST VALENTINE, Martyr (c. A.D. 269).

For the past 10 years, a group of volunteers have protected from peril the paths that frogs and salamanders use to migrate to return to the place where they can breed.

In his 2019 State of the County address, Daniel McCoy announced plans to further combat the opioid epidemic, divert more youth from entering the juvenile legal system, and aid the underprivileged.

ALBANY COUNTY — Three local farms are doing their part to help the  nearly 200 federal Transportation Security Administration workers at the Albany International Airport who have continued to show up to work every day during the longest government shutdown in United States history and, as of Friday, will not have been paid in over a mo

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