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Tight ‘knit’ group saves Altamont business

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Loudonville woman at her best when helping others

Female racing analyst hopes to be a trendsetter in the industry

St. Rose professor supports students in and out of classroom

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Woman with a passion for words turns them into a reality

Local woman devotes life to getting people healthy

Play examines challenges of Liberian Civil War

Flip-flops make a hopeful impression to inspire others

Woman creates obstacle course to challenge all 'Vikings'

Woman who emerged from homelessness helping others do the same

Former Essence Magazine editor speaks at Glen Sanders Mansion

Woman credits husband for 'jerky' success

Women proving they've got the karate chops

Lake George woman runs own furniture company

Woman credits mentors for ‘Key’ to financial leadership

Former heroin addict now helping others who struggle

Woman creates business to help victims of human trafficking

Women transform home cooking with delivery business

Woman leaves cushy NYC executive job for true happiness in Albany

Woman changes course, finds true passion in restaurant business

Woman touts invaluable experience of mentor, mentee relationships

Woman's telling memoir discusses faith, love and scandal

Designing clothes takes a 'weight' off woman's shoulders

Women building a name in the construction field

Woman bringing beauty to the 'house' of the beholder

Lake George boat operator indicted in 8-year-old girl's death

University police: Rapist tailgated into dorm

Cobleskill police getting their first K9

Family says they were victimized in rental scam

Man accused of trying to meet boy for sex in Colonie

Man dies after allegedly being set on fire by stepson

NY earmarks $500K in grants for field trips to state parks

New York is setting aside $500,000 to encourage more school field trips to state parks. State parks officials say they are offering grants to qualified public schools throughout New York to fund field trips to parks and historic sites for environmental, history or physical education.

Man, 77, admits to raping young boy

Uber offering free flu shots in Albany

Washington County bobsledder goes for U.S. national team