July 2010

A quick recap of the week

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Rachel Alexandra coming back to Saratoga

Bumper gawking

A good appliance repair place?

Stuff to do this weekend

Police say medical condition may have disoriented wrong way driver, Paterson pegs layoff number at 1000+, more funny money

Capital Region elementary school test scores

Trout, quail, papaya

The holiday decorations have to go somewhere

Patterns

Secret Selves

Craig and his wonderful list

Barberville Falls

The not-so-special session, nasty wreck closes 787, Saratoga Springs soldier buried, Daisy Baker's building for sale

New York's least-smoky counties

Gillibrand one of Capitol Hill's "most beautiful"

Workplace

Independent counsel: Paterson made "errors of judgment"

What's up in the Neighborhood

Where to train for the Warrior Dash?

Legislature back for not-so-special-sounding extraordinary session, Niskayuna approves ice cream truck trial, Soares says surveillance video supported Van Plew, Saratoga Springs policia

Did Ric Orlando get Chopped?

The Restoration Festival

Lauren's House of Dogs

Public preview at new Troy food co-op

So, is Salt any good?

New Hattie's location

Veterinarian care for cats?

Paterson renews talk of layoffs, backstretch worker accused of stabbing, plans for solar energy facility, ice cream truck vote tonight

Photos from Heavy at St. Joseph's

A "prototype" child?

Tip of the hat

The car sharing conversation

In the shower with Railbird

Soggy and a little slow

Albany Jane's guide to stocking the bar for parties

Mooning

My Exit: Aaron Holbritter

Paterson reportedly "fed up" with budget delay, no prosecution for pranked Bethlehem man, Murphy officially running for re-election, Lazy Dog busy

A quick recap of the week

At the Saratoga County Fair

Pastor Charlie

Our first taste of Shake Shack in Saratoga

Poking around at Harvest Spirits

Undocumented students

Stuff to do this weekend

Ric Orlando will be on Chopped

The Track opens today, family's attorney says Bethlehem homeowner should face additional charge, neighbors lift car that was crushing man's leg

Tickets for Hellions of Troy roller derby

Bike thefts in Delaware/Whitehall neighborhoods

Hindsight

New Yorkers are cranky tweeters

Craig and his wonderful list

The Wishi Project

Pranked Bethlehem man says he feared for his family's safety, planning for state worker layoffs could start soon, Albany city hall clocktower fixed

Where to eat like a state politician

Optimism for the Capital Region housing market

"I Love New York" by CAPow!

What's up in the Neighborhood

Shooting in Albany, commissioner says more budget cuts needed in Saratoga, rash of daytime robberies in Rotterdam

We want you to review Salt

The director of Salt would like to thank you

The slow climb toward economic recovery

For your inner Joan

Will it shred

Dead non-presidents

Selection of Krokoff for Albany police chief confirmed, state says bar was set too low on standardized tests, bank robbery in East Greenbush, new owners for Siro's

Toy car

Block by block, Washington Place is back together

The Vehigloo could be yours

Tons of bacon

Barber Poll: Mensroom

My Exit: DJ Nate Da Great

Double shooting in downtown Troy, Cuomo makes local campaign stops, rabid fox attacks man, cricket feud in Schenectady

A quick recap of the week

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Man on a wire -- sort of.

A tomato plant grows in Albany

Cuomo crushing

Capital Region Fairs

Stuff to do this weekend

APD says video shows shooting was justified, Cuomo piling up the campaign cash, Price Chopper says it's also getting on sustainable seafood boat

Capital Region June unemployment rate better than last year

About that smoke coming from Washington Park...

Intense Albany police video from fatal Quail Street encounter

Poll: Upstaters favor medical marijuana

Hannaford to sell only sustainably-sourced seafood

Craig and his wonderful list

The Old Spice Man loves Lisa

Investigation continues into Poestenkill shootings, two-thirds of Albany city payroll goes to non-residents, Paterson turns to kabbalah, another cupcake truck

Is there a world record in the can?

Rodrigo y Gabriela at The Egg

Larry in Whole Foods

"Rub me on your butt!"

What's up in the Neighborhood

Where to find fried pickles?

Three shot in Poestenkill home, municipal budgets in bad shape, Fresh Market aiming for August opening in Latham

NY City Bus update

The new/old Sperry's

The gubernatorial Flickr

Cooking at home

A good car detailer?

Checking out the new Dnipro location

State comptroller: NYRA on very shaky financial ground, Albany police chief pick stresses engagement, could Sarah Palin be coming to Saratoga?

Fireworks!

Proctors animation festival

The abattoir

Fun softball leagues?

RPI's Jackson: "We try to be a good neighbor"

"Snapshot" paintings by Scott Hotaling

Lining up for Salt

My Exit: Alex Muro

Officials say kid set fatal Schenectady fire, Saratoga woman killed by falling tree, poop scooping a growth industry, fourth grader fights ice cream truck ban

Last bunch of Salt premiere tickets released today

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Summer with Troy Mayor Harry Tutunjian

Who can install central air?

What are you doing this weekend?

Summer with Hounds on the Hudson's Jen & Mike

Summer with Bennett Campbell

Summer with Amy Mengel

Summer with Kaitlin Resler

Summer with Sandor Silverman

Summer with Erik Dollman

Summer with Ellie Burhans

Summer with Rob and Carey

Summer with Arielle Ewell

My Exit: Ted Potrikus

A quick recap of the week

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Summer with Daniel Nester

Summer with Emily Armstrong

AOA is summering

Stuff to do this weekend

Kaitlin!

Siena ranking: Roosevelts top two US presidents

TEDxAlbany

Tough report for Albany High School

What's the new $10 bus ride to New York like?

Inside the Central Avenue Trolley Power Station

Craig and his wonderful list

Gin Blossoms

Summer essentials for men 2010

State budget hits more snags, APD says safety plan for Center Square is in early stages, push to increase state unemployment benefits, it's lonely at the top

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