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POLL: Where do you commute?

POLL: Where do you commute?

For most folks, Mechanicville is a bedroom town, meaning that most residents of Mechanicville live there but work elsewhere. Albany and Schenectady Counties have traditionally been the major employers for… Read more »

A Changing of the Guard at City Hall

A Changing of the Guard at City Hall

As the calendar changes to 2014, there will be some new faces at Mechanicville City Hall. It is a curious snapshot in time to look back on Mayor Anthony Sylvester’s… Read more »

MHS Fall Sports Honors

MHS Fall Sports Honors

While high school winter sports are in full swing, we look back on the fall seasons at MHS for athletic honors. On the gridiron, RB Chase Delossantos and OL Dan… Read more »

The Arts are In Season at MHS

The Arts are In Season at MHS

The holidays are often the busiest time of year for many of us. We work longer hours to finish projects before year’s end and camp out in the library to… Read more »

Mechanicville Fire Department Names New Officers

Mechanicville Fire Department Names New Officers

At the 129th Annual Meeting of the Mechanicville Fire Department, James Corrigan Jr. was elected Fire Chief. A third generation firefighter for the city of Mechanicville, Corrigan follows in his… Read more »

Dumas, Polsinello Headstrong in Win over Ichabod

Dumas, Polsinello Headstrong in Win over Ichabod

Coach Rian Richardson’s up-tempo offense got off to a sputtering start with Mechanicville trailing 26-14 in the 2nd quarter. Primary ball handler Nico Dumas took a knock to the head,… Read more »

Division I Bound

Division I Bound

- Brian Mariano Looking back to high school, we all think about the fun we had, the proms, the big games and the friends that we made over the four… Read more »

A Child’s Shelter from the Storm

A Child’s Shelter from the Storm

The Saratoga Center for the Family is located at 359 Ballston Ave. in Saratoga Springs, however it provides its services to the entire county, including Mechanicville. See the photo gallery… Read more »

The Indelible Life of a Mechanicville Man

The Indelible Life of a Mechanicville Man

Mechanicville is a small town of less than one square mile. The population of this tight-knit community has hovered around 5,000 for the last 40 years or so. While seemingly… Read more »

A Paper City Relic is Crumpled Up

A Paper City Relic is Crumpled Up

Schenectady is known as the “Electric City” because of the dominance of General Electric. Troy is known as the “Collar City” and Amsterdam is known as “Carpet City” also due… Read more »

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