Cecil Normore-89

VALLEY FALLS–Cecil Normore of Valley Falls passed away on October 22, 2012. He was 89. Cecil served in the United States Army from 1943 to 1945 and was employed by…

Mrs. Frances Dunn Ryan — 72

TROY – Mrs. Frances Dunn Ryan, 72, of Summit Ave., died Sunday, Oct. 21st, at Samaritan Hospital, Troy, after a brief illness. Born in Stillwater Feb. 15, 1940, she was the daughter of the late Robert and…

Edward Francis Hinchey — 85

STILLWATER – Edward Francis Hinchey, 85, died Sunday, Oct. 21st at Samaritan Hospital, Troy, after a short illness. Born in the Riverside hamlet of the Town of Stillwater, he and family moved to Pruyn Hill and…

Dorothy “Dottie” Heslin – 67

MECHANICVILLE – Dorothy “Dottie” Heslin, former resident of Hemstreet Park, died Wednesday, Oct. 17th, on her 67th birthday, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas after a brief illness. The daughter of the late Raymond and Shirley Neaton Heslin,…

Stillwater Central School/PTA and Regional Food Bank Team Up

STILLWATER– Stillwater Central School District is teaming up with the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York to start a new BackPack Program this…

MACSC “Friendraiser” a Success

 They called it a “Friendraiser”, and it was truly a gathering of friends when the staff and Board of Directors of the Mechanicville Area Community Services Center hosted a get-together…

South Street Project Slowed

By Harold Wessell MECHANICVILLE, Oct. 10 – The South Street Hill road project had become about ten days behind schedule at the time of last week’s City Council meeting. Accounts…

Sacred Land in Waterford Returned to Mohawk Hands

  By Colleen Farrar WATERFORD – A strip of land of about 100 acres on the Waterford shore of the Mohawk River around the Cohoes Falls were returned to the…

A Rare Look Back at World War II

By Sandy McBride When three rare World War II aircraft from the Wings of Freedom Tour flew into the Schenectady County Airport in Glenville last week, it was a once-in-a-lifetime…

City Parking Amnesty, Then Enforcement

By Harold Wessell MECHANICVILLE, October 3 – City officials announced on October 3 plans to offer a temporary, partial amnesty to scofflaws with long-outstanding parking tickets issued in the City….

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