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John Ahearn Passes Baton to Clifton Park-Halfmoon

John Ahearn Passes Baton to Clifton Park-Halfmoon

At the City Council meeting earlier this month, representatives from Clifton Park-Halfmoon EMS delivered their transition plan as Mechanicville’s ambulatory services are transferred to the multi-municipal provider from the dissolving… Read more »

Stewart’s Shops Brings City Dock Project to Port

Stewart’s Shops Brings City Dock Project to Port

The city of Mechanicville is set to unveil its new hospitality building as part of the City Dock project on Terminal Street this spring. It was thought that decorative lighting… Read more »

Mechanicville Bowlers Champions Again

Mechanicville Bowlers Champions Again

By Brian Mariano After struggling in the early stages of the Class C sectionals Tuesday, Mechanicville’s hopes looked lost going into the lunch break. But to the surprise of the… Read more »

Augustine Classical Academy to perform William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Augustine Classical Academy to perform William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Need some plans to beat the snow or perhaps some Valentine’s Day plans? Head over to the United Methodist Church to see a night of magic, mystery, betrayal, and other… Read more »

MHS Hoops’ Journey to the Tourney Nears Finish

MHS Hoops’ Journey to the Tourney Nears Finish

  February is a month of heightened tensions on the high school basketball floor. The crowds are bigger and louder. Each game may be the last for the senior scholar… Read more »

Leave the skis. Pick up the axes.

Leave the skis. Pick up the axes.

Thaws, deep freezes, and little snow have made this an excellent winter for ice climbing. Here’s how to get started. By Kenny Day We’re deep into winter. There’s been more… Read more »

Mechanicville native publishes first book

Mechanicville native publishes first book

Mechanicville native Casey Wittchen, or C.A. Wittchen as Amazon.com knows her, published her first book, “Behind Locked Doors”, on Jan. 10 — and the 21-year-old SUNY Albany student isn’t slowing… Read more »

Red Raider Bowlers Leaving No Open Frames

Red Raider Bowlers Leaving No Open Frames

The Red Raider Girls and Boys Bowling teams are rolling as we near seasons end. Both teams picked up victories over Maple Hill on Monday. Drew McHale led the way… Read more »

Forgotten Freshness Makes Its Move

Forgotten Freshness Makes Its Move

Forgotten Freshness, your local home for classic, hard-to-find, and vintage video game needs, will be closing its Hudson Avenue doors. That doesn’t mean that it’s game over for the store… Read more »

My Favorite Films of 2013

My Favorite Films of 2013

Now that we have albums out of the way, it’s time to look at the movies of 2013. 2013 has been a very strong year for movies with releases from… Read more »

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