Realizing some seniors were concerned about venturing out to the grocery store during the pandemic, Vicki Hillis, the Director of Human Services at Glenville Senior Center, put together a group of grocery shopping volunteers. She got 60 of them in two days.
Janet Tanguay has helped dozens of women accomplish their dreams of entrepreneurship for years. Then the phrase "put your money where your mouth is" started to apply to her.
Kerry Lawson honored this nation by serving in the Air Force. Now she is honoring those taking their final rest by making sure they get the send-off they deserve.
Jennifer Martin worked in the field of medicine for much of her career. However, having to be on the other side as a patient was overwhelming.
Jill McManus is a renaissance woman, having accomplished many things and living her dreams. However, the things she's succeeded in she did so after being told she couldn't.
A Capital Region woman will soon be opening her first restaurant in her hometown of Schaghticoke. NewsChannel 13’s Today’s Woman has been making people happy, by way of her cooking, since she was a teenager.
A local woman is giving soul food a tropical flair. It's the perfect combination at her Albany restaurant.
New York in 2019 became the second state to ban discrimination based on natural hairstyles. Those laws pertain particularly to blacks who have been discriminated against in the workplace based on their hair texture and styles such as braids and cornrows.
When the pandemic hit, it wasn't just local businesses that were affected. For one business, a group of women a continent away are also feeling the pinch as our economy takes a tumble.
Growing up being called the "weird girl" was pretty common for Chantelleigh Graham.
A former "Today's Woman" who spends her time highlighting businesses in downtown Troy through walking tours is still trying to help those businesses despite this pandemic. However, coronavirus changed all of that, putting those businesses in a bind on many levels.
The human spirit is able to persevere and overcome obstacles in ways that often surprise us. That is the story of a young woman who came to RPI to earn a bachelor's degree. A setback caused her to leave school, but this month she adds a PhD to her bachelor's and master's.
Two friends from Maryland with a goal of keeping people safe during this pandemic have come up with a product that promotes safety and fashion, and Albany residents are among those striking a pose.
Angelle Edwards has always had a lot of responsibility. The oldest of four, she was the first in the family to go off to college, so failure was not an option.
During this pandemic, we are finding out how important a connection to others really is. That is illustrated by the extraordinary efforts made by one woman to make sure her students are doing okay in this time of coronavirus.
If you've been on social media, you've no doubt seen those funny posts of what people look like now that they've been unable to go to a hair salon because of coronavirus.
Chances are you've seen the Field Goods vans on the road, but the fact they're still out there providing fresh fruits and vegetables in this time of coronavirus is due to some quick thinking on the part of the founder, Donna Williams.
Normally this time of year, students are thinking about the senior prom and graduation. However, the coronavirus has put a big question mark on those special rites of passage.
Karen Butler still remembers what it was like when she first learned to shoot a gun.
Coronavirus has changed the way companies do business as they have to come up with creative ways to make a living. That includes La'keisha Solomon of K. Solomon Beauty Products.