Daniel Albert Tribley, formerly of Altamont, and residing in Ronkonkoma on Long Island, loved nature, especially the ocean, and he could build and fix almost anything.

He died on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, after a long battle with cancer. He was 61.

GLENMONT — Thomas E. Stevens died peacefully the evening of Saturday, March 11, 2023, of complications from a stroke that began January of this year. His wife, Debbie, was at his side. He was 73.

More and more lately, we face choices brought on by the hype of social media and of talk radio. We have to decide if reporting on often false claims raised there will amplify the falsehoods or expose them.

“Continued Federal Reserve Board actions to raise interest rates in response may dampen national and local economic prospects, which, if not carefully managed, risks causing a recession,” says the state’s comptroller, Thomas DiNapoli in his report on the executive budget.

ALBANY — Marcy L. (Crosier-Grippin) Ashline of Albany, formerly of Berne, died on Thursday, March 9, at St. Peter’s Hospital with her loving family by her bedside. She was 60.

Born in Albany on July 11, 1962, she was the daughter of Margaret and the late George Lagrange-Crosier. She was the beloved wife of John Ashline.

ALBANY COUNTY — After a mild winter while on the cusp of spring, the county has been walloped with three wet snowstorms in quick succession.

The first of the three March storms began on Friday, March 3, and continued into Saturday.

Saturday’s snow created a winter wonderland — here on Brandle Road in Guilderland.

But the snow predicted to fall Monday night through Tuesday is expected to be more of a Nor'easter nightmare.

The not-for-profit organization will work with low-income residents to determine their energy needs and then help coordinate the delivery with any of the major oil companies in the county. 

The annual statewide ban prohibiting residential brush burning begins March 16 and runs through May 14.

Since 2009, the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation has enforced the annual brush-burning ban to prevent wildfires and protect communities during heightened conditions for wildfires.

“Inflation is not only driving increased service to community members in need,” said Natasha Pernicka, director of The Food Pantries for the Capital District, “but is also impacting food pantry operations to keep shelves stocked. Our fuel expense to distribute food nearly doubled in 2022.”


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