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Recent articles by Richard:

Report: Attacker ‘did not know who’ Rep. Lee Zeldin

After recently being attacked while campaigning in western New York, Congressman Lee Zeldin, continued his “Fire Hochul Tour” campaign to the Capital Region this weekend. → Read More

Inaugural golf fundraiser in honor of Warren Mackey

The Warren and Denyse Mackey Foundation will host its inaugural golf classic fundraiser on Monday, July 25. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m., at Shaker Ridge Country Club. → Read More

Albany PD investigates First Street shots fired

Just about 10:49 p.m., on Friday, Albany Police were called to an area of First Street between N. Lake Avenue and Quail Streets for a report of shots fired. → Read More

Albany shoppers return plastic packaging to Market 32

On Saturday, shoppers with signs returned plastic packaging waste from Market 32, in an effort to highlight the urgent need for a packaging reduction act in the state legislature. Organizers said excessive single-use plastic packaging is a growing global environmental crisis. → Read More

Corinth woman charged in narcotics investigation

The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Corinth resident on July 12, in connection with the sale of narcotics. Police said that Giselle M, Barnes, 54, of Walnut Street was arrested following an investigation. → Read More

State Police investigate fatal crash in Roxbury

One person is dead after a fatal crash in Roxbury, according to New York State Police. → Read More

Saratoga County monkeypox vaccine clinic, July 27

The Saratoga County Department of Health will be holding a monkeypox vaccine clinic on Wednesday, July 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The clinic will be at 6012 County Farm Road in Ballston Spa. → Read More

Cooling stations in Schenectady County for heatwave

Schenectady County has released a list of cooling stations for residents from the extreme heat as temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s this weekend. → Read More

Annual Autism Night held at Shuttleworth Park

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara is teaming up with the Amsterdam Mohawks baseball team to host his annual Autism Night, along with his son Michael who was diagnosed with autism at 3 years old. → Read More

4 Saratoga businesses fail alcohol compliance check

The Saratoga Springs Police Department Investigations Division, with the assistance of the New York State Liquor Authority on Thursday, conducted alcohol compliance checks at 12 businesses within the City of Saratoga Springs. → Read More

Water back on in Troy after water main break

Repairs have been completed after a water main break forced public utility crews to close 15th Street in Troy, between Hoosick and Hutton. The water main break was first reported around 8 a.m., Friday morning. → Read More

Albany Med's annual fundraiser Friday, July 22

Albany Medical Center’s (AMC) summer annual ‘Light Up the Night’ gala will take place Friday, July 22 from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., at the Saratoga National Golf Club. → Read More

NYSP investigate suspicious house fire in Greenwich

New York State Police are investigating a fire that occurred on Wednesday near the 900-block of County Route 77 in Greenwich. State Police said an initial investigation has found the fire appears suspicious in nature. → Read More

Woman sentenced for drug charges in Plattsburgh

A Saint Lawrence County woman has been sentenced for possessing and distributing crystal meth. The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) said Megan Perkins, 33, of Ogdensburg was sentenced to seven years in prison followed by four years of supervised release. → Read More

Montgomery County joins CDTA Universal Access Program

The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) announced that Montgomery County is joining its Universal Access Program. → Read More

Cooling center opens in Saratoga Springs for heatwave

The Mayor’s Office has announced that the Salvation Army and Shelters of Saratoga will provide a cooling center for residents to use during current temperatures expected to climb into the 90s this weekend. → Read More

New York COVID update Thursday, July 21

As of Thursday, July 21, the COVID-19 daily average is 8.97%, according to officials. Health officials said the total number of positive cases is 8,096 statewide. → Read More

Gift certificate swap at the Broken Inn, July 21

The Broken Inn continues its quirky vibe by offering customers the opportunity to swap unused gift cards and certificates from a business that has ceased to exist for 25% of the value. → Read More

Local pizza shop closes this weekend due to heat

Due to extreme temperatures, a local pizza place has decided to close this weekend. The East Side Shop said on Facebook, that the decision was difficult, but that the safety of the staff is a top priority. → Read More

Capital Region Cookoff on Saturday, July 23

he Capital Region Cook-Off, hosted by Lark Hall is inviting all cooks and food lovers to whip up their favorite dishes for a chance to enter to win a prize. The event will be held on Saturday, July 23 from 2 to 6 p.m., at Lark Hall on Hudson Avenue. → Read More