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New plans for the Rupsis Tavern

A Schenectady couple wants to open a family-friendly restaurant at the former Rupsis Tavern, a longtime Carrie Street hangout for Union College students and Northside neighborhood residents. The Daily Gazette story says the restaurant may offer Latin American cuisine.


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New avenue opens for family winery

By REBECCA ISENHART NISKAYUNA — Justin Cappocia, the middle of three Cappocia brothers, does so many different jobs that he’s not sure what his title is. He has designed labels for the wine bottles, works on the family web site,…


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Niskayuna bond rating best in county

By REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Niskayuna now has the most favorable bond rating of any town in Schenectady County, after Standard and Poor’s announced it would upgrade the town’s standing two notches. The town’s new rating of AA+ means…


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Longtime manager sure co-op’s ‘in good hands’

By STEVEN COOK Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Don Bisgrove started at the Niskayuna Co-op in 1975 as the store’s general manager. It’s a job he continues to hold today and will continue to hold until his official retirement next month. He’s…