Cassie Hudson, NEWS10 ABC

Cassie Hudson

NEWS10 ABC

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • NEWS10 ABC
Past:
  • WTNH News 8
  • News 8 - WROC-TV
  • Local 22 & Local 44
  • NewsChannel 9

Recent articles by Cassie:

Off the Beaten Path: Gus’s Hot Dogs

If you live in the Capital Region, you know a thing or two about mini hot dogs. Made famous locally, Gus's Hot Dogs has been perfecting their recipe since 1954. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway

At the Saratoga Corinth and Hudson Railway, it’s not about the destination, but the journey! Since their grand opening in May, the new scenic train adventure in Corinth has been on a roll! → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Rockn J Flea & Antiques

Tucked away in Montgomery County, Rockn J Flea & Antiques celebrated five years in business this past July. The year-round flea market provides space for vendors to sell used household items or antiques. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: First Responders Day 2022

It's First Responders Day at the Saratoga Race Course! An annual event created by the New York Racing Association to thank and honor local police officers, firefighters, EMTs and paramedics. This year's event took on special meaning as many agencies used the day as an opportunity to recruit for new hires. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: Hattie’s Track Shack

Hattie’s Restaurant has made a name for itself for its award-winning cuisine, even named the best fried chicken in New York State by Food Network. With three locations in Saratoga County, Hattie's trackside location is a summertime tradition. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Icy Point Rolling Ice Cream

Since 2018, Icy Point in Clifton Park has providing endless smiles, cup by cup. Icy Point serves up Thai-inspired ice cream rolls that is fresh and made-to-order. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: Saratoga man creates custom wooden jockey silks

A new Saratoga keepsake is popping up left and right in Saratoga Springs: hand-painted wooden jockey silks. The man behind the silks is Steve Labate, a resident of Saratoga Springs. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: Miss Scarlett Boutique

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On the second floor of the clubhouse at the Saratoga Race Course, equestrian fashion is hitting the catwalk at Miss Scarlett! The pop-up shop is just a small taste of what you’ll find at their boutique in downtown Saratoga Springs. The store offers women’s clothing including hats, handbags, equestrian-themed dresses, […] → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Common Crumb

Rooted in their local ties to the community, Common Crumb in Brunswick has often been called a hidden gem! After spending a week closed in July for renovations, the artisan café is open and ready to serve its community. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: New gallery opens on Beekman Street

A new gallery created by six artists recently opened its doors in the Beekman Street Arts District, an area known for its creativity. Located at 73 Beekman Street, Cottage of Art & Design is treasure trove of unique artwork. → Read More

Discovering Saratoga: Meet the new father-son buglers

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Like father, like son! Tony Gambaro and his son Carson Gambaro are the new buglers this season at the Saratoga Race Course. Tony is a longtime friend of Sam ‘the Bugler’ Grossman and lead of local band “Ten Most Wanted.” When Tony was approached about taking on the important role, […] → Read More

Inside look at Saratoga Breakfast and Breeding Farm Tour

Racing fans are getting a unique experience this summer to see where horse racing dreams begin! The New York Racing Association, Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) and Old Tavern Farm debuted the Saratoga Breakfast and Breeding Farm tour. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: William Street

Located between Beaver and Howard streets next to MVP Arena, you'll find William Street. The Insta-worthy destination, complete with funky furniture, is quickly becoming popular on social media. → Read More

27th annual Secret Gardens Tour returns Sunday in Saratoga

Calling all green thumbs in the Capital Region! This Sunday the 27th annual Secret Gardens Tour returns to Saratoga Springs to raise funds for a good cause. → Read More

Saratoga teacher busts a move on national TV show

A teacher in Saratoga Springs is gaining for attention on social media for his dance moves. Last week he appeared on "Dancing with Myself," a new dance competition show from Shakira. → Read More

Young man in Troy goes the extra mile to volunteer at food pantry

Every Friday, you can find Christopher Conway and his mother Cindy volunteering in Troy at the Mount Ida Food Pantry. For some, volunteering is a chore, but for Christopher, it’s the day of the week he looks forward to the most. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Trolley ride through Tannersville

If you’re looking for a truly unique way to discover "the painted village in the sky" this new mode of transportation is saving you a seat! The Kaaterskill Trolley Company just rolled out trolley rides in Tannersville. → Read More

Broadway stars, including original ‘Annie,’ taking stage in Southern Vermont

Broadway's finest are taking center stage at the Southern Vermont Arts Center’s (SVAC) Arkell Pavilion beginning July 6! Andrea McArdle, who starred as Broadway’s original Annie, will kick off the special summer series. → Read More

Rotterdam musician rising on the country charts

At only 18, David Tomasek aka 'David J' has millions of streams on Spotify. Music was a passion he discovered four years ago, after one movie changed his life. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Morrette’s

Want to dine like royalty? For 75 years, Morrette's King Steakhouse on the corner of Erie Boulevard has been serving up steak sandwiches with a side of tradition. → Read More