Articles by Kristin Schultz

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Resident injured in burglary

By Steven Cook Gazette Reporter An elderly town resident encountered burglars inside his home in the early morning of Nov. 2 and suffered minor injuries as a result, police said. Police received the call just after 4:30 a.m. to a…




A Niska-Game player gets stuck at the Niskayuna Transfer Station, the real-life equivalent of getting into jail in the board game. She has to climb into a trash can to wait for freedom. Photo: Rebecca Isenhart

Niska-Game has Monopoly on fun

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter David Holland is a three-time Niska-Game champion and he’s back for more — but this time as a volunteer. Niska-Game is the fundraiser for the community action organization N-CAP. N-CAP puts on Niska-Day and hosts…



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Police to host child car seat inspection

The Niskayuna Police Department and Niskayuna Fire District #1 will host a child car seat inspection event on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the River Road sub-station – 2135 River Road in Niskayuna. No appointment…




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#MeToo movement emboldens Capital Region victims

Indiana Nash Daily Gazette Speaking out about sexual assault or harassment is never easy. Just ask Schenectady City Councilwoman Leesa Perazzo, who first talked publicly about her own sexual assault four years ago, at a Take Back the Night event….


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Union Street store blames Lecce Group for closure

Kristin Schultz Daily Gazette SCHENECTADY — Bread From Brooklyn generated a lot of buzz when it opened on Upper Union Street in June. Just three months later, the bagel, doughnut and pastry shop is closed, and the owner blames the Lecce…