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Even though the Albany Tulip Festival has been postponed, Washington Park's tulips will still bloom. (courtney v photography)

We Asked Albany’s City Gardener: Will The Tulips Still Bloom?

Read about how the Capital City's flowers are planted and grow in our sister publication, 'Capital Region Living.'

This spring is shaping up to be a doozy for Capital Region residents—and the world at large. With offices, schools and businesses closed, and major, long-scheduled events (see: Coachella and the Kentucky…

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Aqueduct will now serve as a temporary hospital for more than 1,000 COVID-19 patients. (Billy Francis LeRoux)

Aqueduct Racetrack To Serve As A Temporary Hospital During The COVID-19 Pandemic

With racing operations having been suspended there, the racetrack will now house more than 1,000 potential patients.

As of March 28, New York City’s Queens has the most active COVID-19 cases of any of the five boroughs with more than 9,000. And the New York Racing Association (NYRA), which…

Barbers, and other service industry businesses deemed "nonessential," are hurting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What It’s Like Being A Service Industry Business Owner In The Capital Region During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Joe "Woody" Wood, who owns Woody's Barbershop on South Broadway, tells 'Saratoga Living' in his own words—and the words of others.

I was recently talking with my wife about all the normalcies of life that had been upended since the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the Capital Region, and I was rather embarrassed to…

This entire Mechanicville home was donated to Rebuilding Together Saratoga County last February. (Lisa Mitzen)

How One Mechanicville Home Brought Out The Best In Saratoga County

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County received the donation of an entire house. What happened next is priceless.

In 2003, Michelle Larkin invited a group of friends to her home, so that she could share an idea with them. She’d heard about the national nonprofit organization Rebuilding Together, which sends…

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Now's a great time to get a remote job. (@charlotemarie_x/@dogsworkingfromhome)

SL’s Job Hunters: The Top Local Gig And Remote Work Opportunities In The Capital Region

'Saratoga Living' wanted to help out our neighbors, who are weathering layoffs and under-employment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how we can help.

It was only a matter of time before our favorite local businesses started hurting—and good, hard-working people began losing their jobs—after the COVID-19 pandemic swept through Upstate New York. (Unfortunately, at the…

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