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Past articles by Noel:

Retired racehorses rescue first responders

Retired racehorses are rescuing those who devote their lives to rescuing others. With new grants from the VA, Therapeutic Horses of Saratoga is providing free services to veterans and they’re seeking funding to do the same for first responders. → Read More

Local agency offers solutions to Saratoga homeless concerns

A local agency has solutions to the ongoing concerns of homelessness in Saratoga Springs. → Read More

Warm temperatures slowing down Lake George ice castles build

Unseasonably warm temperatures are taking a toll on one of Lake George’s biggest off season draws — the ice castles. → Read More

‘Salem 16’ puppies improving as arrest made in case

A Salem man, who surrendered more than 16 neglected dogs, is being charged with an act of injuring a child. His wife faces the same charges. Meanwhile, the rescued dogs are making great progress at Lucky Puppy Adoption Center. → Read More

Warm weather could delay Lake George ice castles opening

Unseasonably warm temperatures are causing problems for Lake George’s popular ice castles exhibit. → Read More

Options available amid pediatric medicine shortage

In the more than 50 years of filling prescriptions, Stone’s Pharmacy said they’ve seen their share of drug shortages, but this one impacting children is different. → Read More

Saratoga shop’s Christmas tree helps cancer patients

A Saratoga Springs shop owner is decking the halls to help young cancer patients. The owner of Piper Boutique is raffling off a crafted Christmas tree in their window display to raise money for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. The tree will also become part of the hospital’s “Holiday Hallway,” a Christmas wonderland created for young children who can’t go home for the holidays. → Read More

An exclusive first look: Bond vehicles on display at Saratoga Auto Museum

Saratoga Automobile Museum is racing into its newest and quite possibly most exciting exhibit to date. Its name’s Bond, Bond in Motion, and NEWS10 is getting a first look at the top-secret installment. → Read More

Saratoga Broadway Deli resumes free dinner program

With the cost of food taking a bigger bite out of paychecks, Saratoga Broadway Deli says they’re prepared to feed more families than ever before with their third annual free chicken dinner giveaway. → Read More

Reflecting on SROs in Saratoga Springs schools

Like many local districts, the Saratoga Springs School District staffs its schools with Resource Officers. Discussions at the Board of Education meetings continue to float out the idea of adding more. It's an idea that's garnering mixed reviews from parents and students. → Read More

Warren County officer leading way on mental health

They protect communities across the country, but police say they’re struggling to protect their own mental health. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, an alarming majority of police officers face alcohol abuse, depression, PTSD, and suicide. → Read More

Turkey Troubles: Bird flu, inflation & supply shortage

Finding a bird for this year’s Thanksgiving feast is going to be a challenge, even for a turkey farmer like Nellie Lovenduski at Slate River Farms in Greenwich. → Read More

Saratoga schools looking for more bus drivers

Local students are back in the classroom, but many districts are facing challenges with bringing students to and from school. → Read More

Preschool welcomes eligibility for COVID vaccinations

Local preschool says eligibility for youngest students to get vaccinated is a game changer for how it handles exposures. The hope is they will not have to shut down as frequently due to quarantines and exposures. → Read More

Downtown Saratoga hot spot put on ice by patrons

Just weeks from Saratoga’s busy track season, and a shaken-up Caroline Street seems to have been put on ice by many patrons. → Read More

10-year-old beats cancer, takes on gun safety

Scarlett Kostun, 10, knows how truly precious a young life can be. She beat brain cancer at age 3. Her condition is constantly being monitored, and in today’s world, the greatest threat to her new lease on life is a gun. → Read More

Donor breast milk in the Capital Region

he nationwide formula shortage has many local parents looking for new solutions to feed their babies. Some are turning to donor breast milk. ALLO Saratoga looks to facilitate that need. → Read More

10-year-old survivor of arson giving back to other young fire victims

Safyre Terry, the little girl who survived a 2013 arson in Schenectady, is now paying it forward, hoping to help other young fire victims. → Read More

Inspiring Women of the Capital Region: Elizabeth Miller

To understand Elizabeth Miller’s impact on local women, it’s as simple as seeing the faces of the thousands she has helped. → Read More

Make A Wish: A country concert held for Lilly

What happens when a girl can’t make it to a country music concert? Make A Wish brings the country concert to her. → Read More