“Dorothy E. Tkaczyk, 94, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, May 14, 2022 surrounded by her friends and family. Born in New York City, she was the daughter of the late Fred and Elsie Pfister. She was married to the late John Tkaczyk for 44 years. After graduating high school, Dorothy attended Pratt … [Read more…]
“Voters in the Duanesburg school district also approved a proposition to purchase three buses for $315,000. Sarah Gwiazdowski and Avis Sanchez were both elected to their first term on the board. Incumbent Dianne Grant was not re-elected.” read the entire article Briere, Shenandoah. Schenectady Daily Gazette 18 May 2022.
“Eamon V. Murphy 86, formerly of Duanesburg Road, Delanson, NY passed away peacefully on Friday, May 13th in Clarksville, TN where he had moved to be closer to family 2 years ago.” read the entire article Schenectady Daily Gazette 17 May 2022.
“Amp’s Founder and CEO has plans not just to become one of the world’s largest renewable energy developers, but to redefine the meaning of a supermajor in the race to decarbonize our world. Over the last ten years, we’ve witnessed the beginnings of the largest and most ambitious energy transition in history. The fossil … [Read more…]
“Stephen C. Thayer, 90, passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Stephen was born on July 19, 1931, in Holden, Mass. to Paul E. Thayer of Grey, Maine and Virginia Smalley Thayer of Dover, N.H. He grew up in Worcester, Mass. and graduated from the University of New Hampshire (Durham) in 1953 with a … [Read more…]
“The Schenectady County Department of Environmental Health has issued a boil water order for the rear section of Hillcrest Villas Mobile Home Park, located at 3868 Western Turnpike, in Duanesburg. If you live in the park, do not drink the water without boiling it first. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil … [Read more…]
“Evelyn A. Marshall, age 94, passed away Tuesday April 19, 2022. Evelyn was born in the hamlet of Quaker Street, NY. She was the second of seven children born to Raymond and Lillian White.Evelyn graduated Salutatorian from Delanson High School (now Duanesburg), class of 1945. She pursued her professional degree as an R.N. through … [Read more…]
“Starting June 1 when Schenectady resident Lois Etkin takes her car to Niskayuna Tire on Balltown Road she’ll be paying a little less after the Schenectady County Legislature voted to cap the gas tax. The measure, which passed 14-0 would mean a savings of 8 cents per gallon of gas until February 28, 2023. … [Read more…]
“Eden Renewables, a solar development company based in Troy, has 19 community solar projects proposed or approved around the Capital Region. Twelve of the projects are under construction and are expected to be operational later this year. “During these times of political instability and rising costs, we need to develop more sources of home-grown, … [Read more…]
“From her testimony at the trial of Raniere, we heard her story. When she met Keith, her impression was that he was shorter than expected, not nearly as impressive as he had been described. Sylvie first came to the U.S from England on a tourist visa, though she had been hired to work for … [Read more…]