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Area Farmer Shares Incredible Story on Kelly Clarkson Show
Matthew Baumgartner, owner of multiple establishments throughout the Capital Region (Wolff's Biergarten and The Old English Pub to name a few) may appear a bit shy and reserved if you were to ever meet him.  He is, however, quite visible and vociferous on his various social media platforms and not a…
Favorite and Easy Side Dish Recipe For Thanksgiving [GALLERY]
There are many people who don't like green bean casserole because it isn't made the way that my family makes it. We make a delicious white cream sauce instead of using the cream of mushroom soup and it is one of my favorite side dishes. You will love it too because it's super easy to …
Costco Coming to Albany? Not so Fast
There have been plans to build a Costco in the area of Crossgates Mall in Guilderland but recently a judge has found mistakes in the project and has put a halt to it. Here are the details.
Saugerties Country Star Advances on 'The Voice'
We felt that going in to the Knockout Rounds on NBC's The Voice, Ian Flanigan from Saugerties made the right song choice to continue deliver the knockout blow to fellow Team Blake contestant Ian Pyle.  Pyle sang 'In My Blood' by Shawn Mendes while  Flanigan, 30, selected 'Beautiful Crazy' by Luke Co…
Well Known Area Businessman Tragically Killed
According to a report by News Channel 13, a well known Latham businessman (as well as father and grandfather) was tragically struck and killed by an oncoming car while pushing a leaf blower near his business on Troy Schenectady Road on Sunday.
Preparing for the Second Wave? Apparently We Are [PICS]
My fiance, Jenn, has always been buttoned up when it comes to making sure we have cleaning supplies and stuff that we need. When the pandemic hit, we were stocked and ready to go. Now she is apparently preparing for the second wave and by the number of boxes that have come to the house this week, sh…
NY State Offering Free Online Job Skill Classes
If you are unemployed or underemployed because of the coronavirus pandemic, New York state is offering a free online program to help New Yorkers earn certificates to further careers and learn new job skills. Here are the details.

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