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Pearl Harbor: 75th anniversary still sparks memories

Pearl Harbor: 75th anniversary still sparks memories

Daily Gazette readers share their memories of where they were and what they were doing on Dec. 7, 1941.

22 heavily armed men post mannequin challenge on Facebook, much to delight of cops

In the video, they were all clutching firearms of various caliber.

Pizzagate: From rumor, to hashtag, to gunfire

WASHINGTON

Pizzagate: From rumor, to hashtag, to gunfire

What was finally real was Edgar Welch, driving from North Carolina to Washington to rescue sexually abused children he believed were hidden in mysterious tunnels beneath a neighborhood pizza joint.

Garth Brooks tour coming to Albany in March

Garth Brooks tour coming to Albany in March

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood will be in town in March.

Hatchimals are the holiday season's hottest toy

Of the most popular toys this holiday season, only one pecks itself out of a plastic egg after responding to a child's touch.

SCHENECTADY

Servicemen's stories of Pearl Harbor as told in 1991

George G. Wonders and Susanna Kitts Sherwood felt the power and fury of the Rising Sun on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941.

Firsthand accounts of the attack on Pearl Harbor

Firsthand accounts of the attack on Pearl Harbor

George G. Wonders and Susanna Kitts Sherwood felt the power and fury of the Rising Sun on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941.

Voters approve $5.6 million Niskayuna school district project

NISKAYUNA

Voters approve $5.6 million Niskayuna school district project


Niskayuna Central School District voters Tuesday approved a $5.6 million project to replace roofs at Van Antwerp Middle School, Craig and Birchwood elementary schools and make improvements at the districts eight schools.

Duanesburg voters oppose tax break  for veterans

DUANESBURG

Duanesburg voters oppose tax break for veterans


Duanesburg school district voters by a narrow margin Tuesday dealt a blow to a tax break for wartime veterans.

Shenendehowa school board votes to sell land to BBL

CLIFTON PARK

Shenendehowa school board votes to sell land to BBL

Imagine downtown Saratoga Springs’ Congress Park replaced by retail or office space. That’s what Bob Miller asked Shenendehowa’s Board of Education to consider before making a long-awaited decision on the future of 34 acres of undeveloped land behind Shatekon Elementary School Tuesday evening.

SCCC unveils new culinary equipment, facilities

SCHENECTADY

SCCC unveils new culinary equipment, facilities


Pizza has become a hot dish — a really hot dish — at Schenectady County Community College.

SARATOGA COUNTY

Saratoga County supervisers vote to override state tax cap

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to override the state tax cap — after critics said the county was not being honest about the numbers.

Thai Thai Bistro to reopen Wednesday in Niskayuna

SCHENECTADY & NISKAYUNA

Thai Thai Bistro to reopen Wednesday in Niskayuna


The restaurant shut in April after the iconic Nicholaus Building downtown became unstable is set to finally reopen Wednesday at its new location in Niskayuna.

Friends, family remember Mariaville native killed in Calif.  fire

MARIAVILLE

Friends, family remember Mariaville native killed in Calif. fire

Ben Runnels founded the band Introflirt, a play on the word introvert, though that adjective didn’t quite capture his personality.

Longtime area newspaperman Marv Cermak dies

CAPITAL REGION

Longtime area newspaperman Marv Cermak dies

Marv Cermak — the generally cordial, sometimes cranky but always active newspaperman — died Tuesday at Albany Medical Center Hospital.

Clinic offered for those interested in buying vacant Schenectady homes

SCHENECTADY

Clinic offered for those interested in buying vacant Schenectady homes


A clinic will take place Thursday in Schenectady for those interested in purchasing vacant homes.

SCHENECTADY

Teen accused of possessing stolen vehicle in Schenectady

A city teen is accused of possessing a stolen car and a forged $10 bill, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

Amsterdam man accused of striking another with bottle

An Amsterdam man is facing charges related to an alleged attack involving a beer bottle last weekend, police said.

SCHENECTADY

Woman allegedly started Schenectady Dumpster fires


An Avenue B woman is facing charges that accuse her of setting fire to two Dumpsters in September, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady man accused of third burglary


Another burglary charge has been filed against the man accused of breaking into Schenectady High School last month, authorities said.

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