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John Purcell

Peering back into history through one man’s collection of portrait photographs provides a glimpse of the state’s culture and history. more

The Sun

Jack Rightmyer, a Burnt Hills resident, will discuss his book on fatherhood and coaching at the Schenectady County Public Library, where he teaches summer creative writing courses. more

The Sun

Schenectady County Community College moved another step closer creating a complete college environment through student housing adjacent to the campus. more

The Sun

Primary elections are typically calm in comparison to the general election that follows, but Schenectady County primaries this year are nothing to balk at. more

The Sun

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday, July 28, announced the members of the Capital Region Regional Economic Development Council at Schenectady County Community College. The 10 councils will compete against one another to submit plans for economic development to attain the biggest chunk of the $1 billion in state funding. more

The Sun

Two chickens were the stars of the public access television program The Schenectady Today Show on Tuesday, July 19. more

The Sun

Eunice Esposito has resigned from her position as Town Clerk for Rotterdam, effective July 31, after residents had publicly questioned her absence from Town Hall. more

The Sun

  • A pile of items removed from a home in the Stockade laid strewn across the sidewalk.

  • Children swings in Riverside Park in the Stockade are snarled with debris on Friday, Sept. 2, from the recent flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene.

  • The fence at Riverside Park's tennis court in the Stockade still had debris from the flooding lodged into it on Friday, Sept. 2, which displayed how high flood waters reached.

  • The fence at Riverside Park's tennis court in the Stockade still had debris from the flooding lodged into it on Friday, Sept. 2, which displayed how high flood waters reached.

  • Debris from flood waters rest on the windowsill of Stephen Boese's Stockade home, displaying how high flood waters from Tropical Storm Irene reached.

  • Towels rest on the fence to the left of Stephen Boese's driveway on Friday, Sept. 2.

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