Going Pink for October?

From the beginning, the pink ribbon connoting breast cancer awareness has been embroiled in controversy. Today, some members of the movement wear it proudly, giving thanks for both the symbol and its attendant charity-dollar largesse. Others hate it with a passion. But to much of the media and the world at large, the ribbon is […]

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Join us in supporting the Keller Williams Capital District Gala

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region, Inc. promotes the health, development and well being of children and their families. They accomplish this through the Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of seriously ill children, and by creating and supporting programs that directly improve the lives of children and their […]

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Title Insurance is not mandatory, but is pretty necessary

New York State law does not require a purchaser of a home to acquire title insurance; however, title insurance is often purchased by the home buyer because it eliminates risks associated with title problems.  New York State’s title insurance rates are subject to prior approval of the Superintendent of Insurance. Typically, if there is a […]

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5 Fun facts about the Saratoga Race Course

If you’re headed to Saratoga on business or just hanging out with family and friends, here are 5 fun facts to consider: Saratoga Race Course is not only the oldest track in the U.S., but by many accounts the oldest active sporting venue in the U.S. A new era was born – in 1913, the […]

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2015 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region exhibition

When: Today until Sat, Sep 5, 2015 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Where: University at Albany Art Museum, 1400 Washington Ave. Cost: FREE ADMISSION University at Albany For More Information Call: 518-442-4035 The exhibition is among the longest-running regionals in the country and provides a leading benchmark for contemporary art activity in the Upper Hudson […]

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Hannah’s Hope Garage / Bake Sale Fundraiser

When: Sat, Jul 18, 2015 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Where: 344 Moe Road, Clifton Park Cost: FREE ADMISSION For More Information Call: 518-369-7057 Lemonade Stand and Community Garage Sale to benefit Hannah’s Hope Fund at the Clifton Park Nursery School (344 Moe Road), Saturday July 18th from 9am – 12pm (Rain Date July 19th). […]

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Guilderland Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week is hosted by the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce twice a year and features the area’s finest cuisine. Participating restaurants create special menus and offer dining and prices that are sure to please. This is an excellent opportunity to sample the fare that our eateries have to offer. Enjoy a Full Course Menu from […]

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Survey shows upstate NY construction firms not cutting jobs

The president and CEO of construction firms in upstate New York and Long Island are paid an average base salary of $175,237 and receive an average bonus of $105,233. The receptionists at those firms are earning an average of $29,395, and their average bonus is $1,025. Half of the firms will give workers raises of […]

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Home Builders are Positive about Sales

Home builders’ confidence in the housing market jumped five points in June, as their sales outlook improved to its highest level since 2005. That’s according to the National Association of Home Builders’ monthly Housing Market Index, which jumped five points in June to 59. The index is based on what builders say about current sales, […]

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Declaration of Independence – When did you last read it?

In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.  ~Franklin D. Roosevelt And ACHIEVE is exactly what our Founding Fathers did! As we celebrate this day in our nation’s history, let’s take a look at where we started! In Congress, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of […]

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