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School board hopefuls participate in forum

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter The three candidates running for the single spot on the Niskayuna Central School District Board of Education came together on Oct. 2 to answer audience questions. The election to replace Patricia Lanotte, who resigned from…



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Dance partners Natalia O'Connor and Florin Vlad are opening Dance Fire Studio in the Shop Rite Plaza in late October.

Ballroom duo opening studio

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter There’s a new business waltzing in the ShopRite Plaza in Niskayuna this month. Champion ballroom dancers Florin Vlad and Natalia O’Connor are opening Dance Fire Studio & Fitness, a ballroom dance studio where they will…




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May/June 2017 Real Estate transactions

Schenectady County Glenville Roy Compton II and Tiffany Compton bought 2 Holly St. from Joseph Rozniewski Jr. and Kathleen Rozniewski for $215,000 on 05/22/17. Jodi Forgette bought 319 Glen Ave. from Scott Senecal for $142,500 on 05/23/17. Connor Chrysler bought 605 Mohawk…



Niskayuna Central School District

School board candidates answer questions

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — On Tuesday, Oct. 10, voters will head to the high school to cast ballots for one of three candidates running to replace former school board member Pat Lanotte, who resigned in July. Brian…



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Painter just plein thrilled about Art-Out prize

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter Last month, Niskayuna hosted its seventh annual Art-Out. Nine artists set up easel and canvas in Aqueduct Park and set to painting and interpreting the landscape. The Art-Out is a plein-air event, which means the…


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Employee entrance restored at Niskayuna court

NISKAYUNA — The controversy over a Town Court employee entrance that was disabled has been resolved, town officials say. The town supervisor’s action to disable the entrance had led to a complaint filed with the state Labor Department that alleged retaliation. Town Board…