Erie Canalway grants awarded to three area organizations
The Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor announced $45,800 in grants awarded to nine organizations throughout the state at Proctors on Friday, Jan. 18. Three Capital District organizations will receive a total of $17,500.
Maple Ski Ridge to host 50th anniversary celebration
To celebrate Maple Ski Ridge’s 50th anniversary there, will be a weekend of events from Thursday, Jan. 17, to Sunday, Jan. 20. The business has largely tailored itself to suit its customers, serving as a family-friendly destination and welcoming seniors who are still hitting the slopes.
40 years later, Troop 75’s SportsMart bigger than ever
A fundraiser that’s become a community tradition among winter sports lovers is about to mark a special anniversary.
Foliage forecasts differ on color quality; state pegs fall tourism at $13B
A dry, hot summer could mean a loss of fall’s beauty, as the state’s colorful landscape is blossoming earlier and with less vibrancy.
Fun Fly event at Maalwyck Park is a miniature air show for all ages
The Glenville Electric Powered Aeromodelers Club on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4 and 5, hosted the John Maggs Memorial Fun Fly, which had all-electric radio controlled model plans zipping above Maalwyck Park.
Sediment deposits from Irene affect Scotia swimming, reopening date unclear
The effects of Hurricane Irene stretch on at a popular Scotia swimming destination, meaning people won’t be able to beat the heat there this summer.
Not everyone might realize it, but it does every summer at the Double M Western Store, where on Friday and Saturday nights from July 6 through Aug. 31 you can catch an honest-to-goodness rodeo.
Endangered butterfly re-introduced to Pine Bush, can be seen through mid-July
If you’ve never seen an endangered species up close, now’s your chance.
Biology teacher unveils ‘outdoor science classroom’
Hands-on learning will be taking on an entirely new meaning at Niskayuna high school next year.
Sunday, June 17 (also Father’s Day) marks Saratoga County’s 17th Annual Sundae on the Farm at Eildon Tweed Farm in Charlton from noon to 4 p.m. The free event generally draws more than 2,000 visitors from far and wide and highlights one of the greatest resources of the county: agriculture.
An opportunity for everyone to support Community Hospice will be taking place on Saturday, June 16 at their 11th Walk for Hospice at the University at Albany.
The Albany Pine Bush Reserve Commission has announced that there is a new director of the Discovery Center.
From turkey bowling to a boosted treasury, they've had an impact
Whether it was launching the weekly bonfires on the beach with s'mores and live music or lobbying for financial support, Ed and Kathi Kokalas worked tirelessly for the success of the Lake George Winter Carnival, and their volunteer efforts are to be recognized at the Carnival's 2012 Kickoff Dinner-Dance Saturday Jan. 28 at Dunham's Bay Resort on Lake George.
Birdwatchers across the country flock together every holiday season to conduct Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) between mid-December and early January.
In a rare instance of controversy between Lake George leaders, village board members questioned Mayort Robert Blais plan to reinstate overnight stays by boaters at the village's public docks.