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Actresses Kristen Wiig (left) and Annie Mumolo star in Josh Greenbaum's wide-release directorial debut, 'Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,' which is out on on-demand services on February 12. (Cate Cameron)
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The Tiny Diney in Cohoes will celebrate its soft opening on Saturday, January 23.

Co-Owner of Troy’s Footsy Magoo’s Opening a New Diner in Cohoes

The Tiney Diney will be located on Ontario Street and have a soft opening on January 23.

It was Cohoes’ popular Eat in the Street program, which…

Druthers, which will begin construction on its fourth location in Clifton Park this spring, is know for its mac and cheese. (Terri-Lynn Pellegri)

New Druthers Location Set to Open in Clifton Park

Construction on the new location is scheduled to begin this spring.

Every Capital Region mac and cheese lover knows that Druthers…

Former Malta Town Zoning Board of Appeals member Sharon Pineo being arrested during the Capitol riots. (Facebook)

Malta Town Zoning Board Member Resigns After Taking Part in Capitol Riot

Sharon Pineo resigned on January 11 after photos were shared on social media of her being arrested at the Capitol.

If you assumed that the fallout from the US Capitol…

Beekman 1802 is launching baby goat tours in March and April. (Beekman 1802/Facebook)

Beekman 1802 Launches Series of Baby Goat Tours

Guests will get a tour of the company's barn and get to interact with baby goats.

Unless you’re a frontline worker, it’ll likely be months before…

Albany Med nurse Lisa Lyng, holding up the card confirming that she had gotten the first of two Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations. (Lisa Lyng)

What It’s Like Being a Healthcare Worker Who Has Gotten the COVID-19 Vaccine

Saratoga native and Albany Med nurse Lisa Lyng was among the first frontline workers to get the initial dose last December.

If you’ve been following the news lately, New York State’s…

THE BIG STORIES

Saratoga's Native Dancer statue, the city's unofficial "welcome" sign. (Francesco D'Amico)

New Year’s Reprieve? Attempting to Predict Saratoga’s 2021 (Opinion)

How to be at peace with a new year that might not be as "new" as everyone's expecting it to be.

If you had set a time machine to 2019, ventured to my office at 422 Broadway in Saratoga Springs and told me that the following summer, I would be locked in my…

Governor Andrew Cuomo holding a storm briefing in Kingston on December 17. (Don Pollard/Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo)

Local Snowplow Driver Has Unexpected Interaction With Governor Cuomo

Cody Bryan, who was out plowing snow on the thruway December 17, got a big 'thank you' from the governor.

With snow still being removed from many neighborhoods in the Capital Region after last Thursday’s massive nor’easter, which dumped more than two feet of snow on the area, our first big snowstorm…

Saratoga Coffee Traders has taken a business spat with Death Wish Coffee to social media.

Saratoga Coffee Traders, Death Wish Coffee Clash Over Coffee Business

Coffee Traders' general manager has taken to social media to air grievances about the Saratoga coffee company.

Shots fired—espresso shots, that is. On the night of December 21, Saratoga Coffee Traders’ General Manager Scott Swedish took to social media to air grievances he had with local coffee juggernaut, Death…

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