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Health, recreation efforts highlighted in McCoy's address

Guilderland church kicks off bicentennial in novel way

State awards $1.8M in grants for 26 projects in Hudson River communities

I-Term: A high school's quest for the ideal life, one job shadow at a time

Revolutionizing urban transport: Albany startup developing e-bike charging devices

Saint Rose says college's closure will cost 646 jobs

UAlbany researchers use molecular chemistry to protect endangered trees

Landmark Spectrum 8, 'film lovers cinema' in Albany, is closing

New York Assembly Higher Education Committee chair Pat Fahy wants more state aid for SUNY, CUNY

AI-generated voices in robocalls can deceive voters. The FCC just made them illegal

Mental Health Empowerment Project gives people 'a new lease on life' with free haircuts

Legislation aims to reverse New York's dental care shortage

Girls' flag football set to kick off this spring

Tuition Assistance Program opens doors to a college education

As Saint Rose closes, 50 disabled students welcomed at Russell Sage

Redburn to tear down Central Warehouse

OGS hopes to repair 'Eastern Approach' stairs at Capitol by 2028

UAlbany will teach Saint Rose students to become teachers

Advocates push for missing budget piece of N.Y. Heat Act

Climate change advocates optimistic for passage of the NY HEAT Act this year