NewsChannel 13 and the American Red Cross are teaming up for a Save A Life Blood Drive on September 6. Kimmy Venter from the American Red Cross stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.
It can be hard to think about what happens to your possessions after you pass away. Now that we're in the digital age, what about passwords and your internet presence? Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some insight into thinking how we pass things down.
Hannah Wise from the Capital District Child Care Council and Ada Merritt, a preschool teacher, stop by NewsChannel 13 with some ideas to help ease mealtime stress for parents.
Helping people dealing with disasters in the Capital Region is as easy as taking a trip to Price Chopper or Market 32. Kimmy Venter from the American Red Cross stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.
The kids are going back to school and they need something healthy to eat at lunchtime. Melissa Grattan from Make It Fit stopped by NewsChannel 13 with tips on building healthy eating habits.
You can help horses in retirement and it involves doing a little running. It's part of the 5K Run for the Horses on September 1 at Saratoga Spa State Park. Jennifer Stevens from the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation and Race Director Patrick Lynskey stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.
Making the decision to go to or to send a loved one to a nursing home can be a confusing time. Melvin Hitt of The Grand Rehabilitation Center and Nursing at Guilderland stopped by NewsChannel 13 to help you understand nursing home care.
Saturday is the day. It's time to Clear the Shelters. Kate Corey has a preview of the event.
The Palace Theatre is doing its best to bring neighborhoods together and give families a chance for summer fun.
Investing with your conscience or by activism might not be your thing, but it's working for many people who know where to look. Investment Specialist Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Ride to Cure Diabetes is fast approaching. People can raise money to help research by signing up and taking a ride on a bicycle. Denise Nicastro stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it .
Farm-to-table restaurants have been gaining popularity in recent years and there is a new eatery open on Broadway in Troy using local and New York ingredients.
Mowing the lawn is a great summertime chore or job for teenagers, but more than 9,000 children end up in the emergency room for lawn mower-related injuries. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from Schoolhouse Pediatrics stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.
Jennifer Frame from Special Olympics New York stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the annual Silks and Satins 5K. The race benefits Special Olympics New York. It takes place Saturday, July 21 on East Avenue in Saratoga Springs, at 8 a.m.
Cast members from "Ring of Fire," the Johnny Cash musical at Capital Rep, stopped by NewsChannel 13 for a special performance. The show runs until Sunday, August 12.
NewsChannel 13's Jerry Gretzinger co-wrote the show "Frank and Stein" which premieres at the Fort Salem Theater this weekend.
Many wealth advisors say that while most people will end up needing long-term care, very few actually plan for that need. Getting caught off guard when a family member requires extra help can put the family savings -- or worse -- in jeopardy. Lisa Clifford, a private wealth advisor with Key Private Bank, stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some advice.
Asa Stackel interviews Moriah Formica ahead of her Fourth of July performance at the Empire State Plaza.
Opera Saratoga is preparing for a very special production of "The Consul." Deborah Nansteel and Timothy Accurso stopped by NewsChannel 13 with a sneak peek.
As the Fourth of July approaches, it's time for us to remind people to be careful with fireworks. Dr. John Janikas from St. Peter's Health Partners stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some safety tips.