The Greater Good: Police officers turned bowlers, Wrestling stars recognized

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FMCC student receives scholarship from sheriff’s department

Congratulations to Josh Wilder. The Fulton Montgomery Community College student just received a scholarship from the New York State Sheriff’s institute. Josh is enrolled in the criminal justice program at FMCC.

Colonie police officers take part in bowling tournament

Colonie Police officers bowled in the Hunter Hanley Memorial Scholarship Bowling Tournament. The scholarship goes to a Colonie High bowler pursuing bowling at the college level.

New corrections officers in Montgomery County

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is congratulating four new correction officers. They just graduated from the basic corrections academy. The difficult training is required by New York State Police within the first year of employment.

Berkshire County wrestlers bring home trophies

Some wrestling stars in Berkshire County are getting some well-deserved recognition. Three schools brought up a runner-up trophy and five individual champion awards: Mount Everett High in Sheffield, Monument High in Great Barrington, and Taconic High in Pittsfield.

Restaurant owners honored by Siena College

Siena College is honoring a new “Saint of the Month,” – Min Cho Ki and her son Justin Ko. Min is a Korean immigrant – she opened a restaurant, Son of Egg, in Albany in 2020. She quickly realized she needed help, so she brought in her son, RPI grad Justin – as her managing partner. The business grew – and they now have a second location in Rensselaer. Their success has turned into giving back – funding 500 backpacks filled with supplies for students.