Nicholas Buonanno, Troy Record

Nicholas Buonanno

Troy Record

Albany, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Troy Record
Past:
  • The Saratogian

Recent articles by Nicholas:

Nick on the Record: It's nice to see cities get creative during the pandemic with more entertainment

A few months ago, I wrote about what this summer may end up looking like due to the pandemic. → Read More

Nick on the Record: Illegal fireworks use is becoming a real nuisance in the Capital Region

With the Fourth of July approaching quickly this weekend, it becomes that time where we all begin to hear fireworks set off at all hours of the day. → Read More

Splash pads open in Troy; no opening date set for pool

TROY, N.Y. — Splash pads and fountains are open in the Collar City, however, city officials do not have a set opening date for the municipal pool in South Troy. → Read More

Rensselaer County records zero new COVID-19 cases Tuesday

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — The county saw another day with no new coronavirus cases reported on Tuesday. → Read More

Nick on the Record: During good and bad times, the Troy community always comes together

Since the coronavirus pandemic began hitting the Capital Region harder, I’ve been writing each week on that topic. → Read More

Rensselaer County reports 16 active COVID-19 cases; county DMV opens for in-person service

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — The county Department of Motor Vehicles opened Wednesday with in-person service for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began. → Read More

Rensselaer County reports zero new COVID-19 cases; 17 active cases

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — County officials were pleased to report that no new coronavirus cases were announced on Tuesday. → Read More

Nick on the Record: Phases for reopening should begin sooner

At the beginning of this pandemic, I decided to follow all social distancing guidelines and chose not to be around anyone that I did not live with. → Read More

Rensselaer County considers halting COVID-19 testing operations with less testing occurring

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — With less COVID-19 testing occurring in the county, officials are reviewing numbers this week to determine if the testing operations will continue in the county. → Read More

Rensselaer County reports one new COVID-19 case Sunday

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — County Executive Steve McLaughlin believes the county has been doing a good job at containing the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Rensselaer County reports 33 active COVID-19 cases Saturday

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — As of Saturday morning, the county is reporting 33 active COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Rensselaer County reaches three consecutive days without COVID-19 hospitalization

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — Over the past two days, the county has reported only three new coronavirus cases. → Read More

Albany County reports one COVID-19 death

ALBANY, N.Y. — County officials reported a new death from COVID-19 on Wednesday. → Read More

Albany County reports one COVID-19 death

ALBANY, N.Y. — County officials reported a new death from COVID-19 on Wednesday. → Read More

Rensselaer County reports zero COVID-19 hospitalizations

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — For the first time since mid-March, the county reported there are no residents in the hospital for COVID-19. → Read More

McCoy: COVID-19 data moving in the right direction

ALBANY, N.Y. — County Executive Dan McCoy believes the Capital Region is moving in the right direction to begin Phase 3 of reopening next week. → Read More

McCoy: COVID-19 data moving in the right direction

ALBANY, N.Y. — County Executive Dan McCoy believes the Capital Region is moving in the right direction to begin Phase 3 of reopening next week. → Read More

Nick on the Record: Peaceful protesters are doing the right thing

As I wrote my column last week, I was honestly a little worried about how the protest would turn out in Troy over the weekend. → Read More

Madden appoints eight people to Troy’s Police Objective Review Board

TROY, N.Y. — With tensions rising across the nation between community members and police officers, Mayor Patrick Madden announced the appointment of eight individuals to posts on the city of → Read More

Officials react to Sunday's peaceful protest in Troy

RENSSELAER COUNTY, N.Y. — Officials throughout the county were pleased to see the scheduled “Rally for Black Lives” in downtown Troy on Sunday remain peaceful all day. → Read More