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Boulevard junior team excels

Friday, March 20, 2015
What a dominating season for the Boulevard Bowl junior division team in the Joey Schmidt Capital District Junior Pro-Scoring league.
 

Changes proposed for NY Safe Act

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Several proposals made to amend Safe Act
 

Push for proxy access getting results

Thursday, March 19, 2015
When General Electric Co. last week released material for its 2015 annual meeting, missing was one of this year’s hot-button issues: a “proxy access” proposal. The phrase denotes the demand that boardrooms become a bit more open by giving big shareholders a greater say in the election of directors.
 
Levins, Rosewoman a musical feast

Levins, Rosewoman a musical feast

Thursday, March 19, 2015
A feast of top players: two famous brothers unite and two world-beat bands reach around the globe.
 

Don't dawdle on that bracket

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Annnd . . . pen down, please.
I clocked in at eight minutes filling in my NCAA men’s basketball bracket.
 
ALBANY

Brown happy, but he'll listen to offers

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
A little advice to some of the Division I men’s basketball programs who will be looking for a new head coach soon: make Will Brown an offer.
More advice: make it count.
 
A shot heard, quite literally, 'round the world
ALBANY

A shot heard, quite literally, 'round the world

Sunday, March 15, 2015
With his family following in Australia, Peter Hooley hits the game-winning shot for UAlbany
 
ALBANY

Royals has had a heckuva journey

Saturday, March 14, 2015
The office was, shall we say, scruffy.
Katie Abrahamson-Henderson still didn’t have a staff of assistants assembled.
She did have a phone, and a number.
 

Budgets eye new road repair aid

Friday, March 13, 2015

The one-house state budgets that passed the Assembly and Senate on Thursday both include extra money to help upstate communities repair roads that are showing their mortality after the last two winters.
 

President Theodore Roosevelt was popular in Amsterdam

Friday, March 13, 2015
Douglas Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt’s brother-in-law, died at Amsterdam City Hospital on September 12, 1918. A native of Scotland, Robinson was a wealthy financier and real estate broker.
 

Royals sweep at nationals

Friday, March 13, 2015
Move quickly if the shot isn’t there. Don’t wait.
That’s one of Schenectady County Community College bowling coach Ray Ross’ most important lessons, and it paid off last weekend, as both his men’s and women’s teams won the National Junior College Athletic Association national championship in Buffalo.
 
Simmonds brings Savoy Brown to Van Dyck

Simmonds brings Savoy Brown to Van Dyck

Thursday, March 12, 2015
Guitarist Kim Simmonds, a dependable, durable journeyman, deeply steeped in blues sounds and traditions, brings his band Savoy Brown to the Van Dyck on Friday.
 

Sacandaga yields trophy fish in contest

Thursday, March 12, 2015
Top two northern pikes measure over 97 inches and 59 pounds
 

Health centers compete for space

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
I’ll admit now that I was a bit skeptical when a commercial real estate broker predicted a year ago that a medical urgent-care center would take space on Wolf Road, the hot retail corridor that boasts so many hotels, restaurants and shopping plazas.
 

Losses keep piling up for Union College women's hockey

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
There’s inertia, and then there’s the Union College women’s hockey program.
 
 

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