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PETER R. BARBER/DAILY GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER Rush hour traffic clogs the Rexford Bridge as seen from the Clifton Park side of the Mohawk RIver Thursday, July 9, 2015.

Rexford bridge construction set to start

By INDIANA NASH Gazette Reporter Rexford- Construction is set to begin on the Rexford bridge on April 11th, according Bryan Viggiani, the public information officer for the state department of transportation. Over 22,000 motor vehicles over the Mohawk daily, creating…


"Young people would probably use it but I don't think it would be good for them to have," said Marie Loyd

My Take

Indiana Nash Gazette Reporter This week , I asked community members if they believed Niskayuna should have a business like Uber and whether or not they would use it.  



Photo by Indiana Nash.
A family playing cards during family math night.

Family Math Night blends fun and learning

By Indiana Nash Niskayuna- Students, parents and teachers of Glencliff elementary spent last Friday evening crunching the numbers (and a skittle or two). The fourth annual Family Math Night at Glencliff played host to around 40 families, and had everyone…


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Darling working on her latest product.

An Act of (Semi) Perfect Balance

Carrie Darling, a Niskayuna mother, balances beginning a new business with building a family. By Indiana Nash Some search their entire lives for the perfect career, others create one. Carrie Darling, a local mother of two, has recently created that…



Vanessa Langdon, For Your Niskayuna
James Shultis, program director of the Albany Pride Center, far right speaks at a community forum at Van Antwerp Middle school on March 16 about LGBTQA students in the Niskayuna School District.

Community Forum discussing LGBTQA Youth Held

By Vanessa Langdon For Your Niskayuna Community members gathered at Van Antwerp Middle School on Tuesday March 15 to discuss the struggles facing LGBTQA youth in the Niskayuna School District. The event hosted by the Niskayuna High School Visibility Club…





Matt Ziegler, Maya Prebish, Kendall Brake and club advisor Peter Warren pose together when getting Live Expression donation checks in order. Photo provided by Kendall Brake

Live Expression club raises funds through music

By Vanessa Langdon A Niskayuna High School club allows student musicians to shine and has a philanthropic side donating concert admission to charities. Last week the Live Expression club made donations to three charities – the club has raised over…