International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day falls on the Saturday before American Thanksgiving, as the holidays are often a difficult time for suicide loss survivors.
The fourth day of Hanukkah was celebrated in Schenectady as the fourth candle on the menorah was lit. This year, Chanukah on Jay was taken inside due to the weather at Proctors Theatre, but the holiday spirit was still as strong as ever through difficult times.
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HILLSDALE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — As the temperatures drop, many winter sports enthusiasts are ready to hit the slopes. Even with the mild weather this weekend, that still didn’t stop one family from driving from New Jersey to Catamount Mountain Resort for their first day of skiing this season.
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - On Sunday, the NYS Cannabis Expo, Conference, and Career Fair was green and full of cannabis enthusiasts at Empire State Plaza. Co-creator Devon Brott says they are excited to see the event continue to grow.
The Lark Street Business Improvement District presented their seventh annual Chili and Chowder Stroll on December 9.
The Washington County Department of Public Safety announced that a boil water advisory has been issued in Fort Edward. The alert stems from a water main break in the area.
The Albany Police Department announced multiple road closures in the city due to a water main break. Crews from the water department are currently on the scene making repairs.
A teacher in Esopus was arrested following a misconduct investigation involving a student, according to police.
The Albany Police Department is investigating a stabbing incident involving a 14-year old.
The Food Pantries for the Capital District has launched its Fill the Truck Challenge. A participating law firm has pledged to match up to $5000 today.
"It’s relieving to finally have the go-ahead to open. We didn’t know what was going to happen," said Chief Operating Officer of Amsterdam Cannabis, Anthony Marcellino.
A local band is getting ready for a holiday benefit concert, featuring more than a dozen other local musicians. It’s all to raise money for a non-profit animal rescue.