Recent events in Dallas and Baton Rouge have police departments in the Capital District rethinking security.

Actors are preparing for opening performances of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Treasure Island” this weekend as part of the Helderberg Theater festival at Indian Ladder Farms.

The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy’s Summer Festival marked many milestones on Sunday, July 17.

The lake is located between the towns of New Scotland and Coeymans.

For the seventh time, Enterprise editor Melissa Hale-Spencer was recognized among the best opinion writers in the weekly press.

This historian spoke this morning with Earl Brinkman who is the grandson of William Brinkman,  one of the first historians of the town of Guilderland.

Biddies will ride in a refurbished Ferris wheel as part of the Chick Follies at the Altamont Fair in August; the state ban on live fowl competitions has been lifted.

There’s this phrase that’s been making the rounds the last few years that has really got me a bit ticked off.

A week ago, a friend of ours took part in Albany’s Pride parade. She spoke of how happy and together people felt that day. Gay men and lesbian women who had struggled so long and hard for acceptance could march in a parade, waving a flag of many colors, a symbol of their pride. And people cheered.

NEW SCOTLAND — The Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County 4-H Shooting Sports Program will offer a shooting sports session at the Cornell Cooperative Extension building in Voorheesville.


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