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The Mohawk River is very high this morning

The stream gauge at Freeman’s Bridge in Schenectady indicates the river is at 216.9 feet this morning, according to the National Weather Service. At 217 feet, the river floods the access ramp to Schenectady County Community College. Minor flood stage,…



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Ingersoll Place celebrates 90 years

SARAH ROBERTS For The Daily Gazette NISKAYUNA — Ingersoll Place celebrated its 90th anniversary in late May with residents surrounded by family, friends and staff members. Also in attendance were Niskayuna town Supervisor Joe Landry, Schenectady County Legislature Chairman Anthony Jasenski and New…


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THIS WEEK IN PRINT: June 13-19, 2014

You, too, can glide along the Mohawk: Aqueduct Rowing Club’s Learn to Row Day Ingersoll Place celebrates 90 years Library group helping gardens, friendships grow Adults, children honored for their volunteer work New retailers eyed for Barnes & Noble space…


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Chiefs overwhelm Nisky with big first half

Editor’s note: This game was played after the deadline for last week’s Your Niskayuna, but updates with the state championship result.  By BILL CAIN Gazette Sportswriter HEMPSTEAD — Even when Massapequa didn’t score on its initial rush, after slowing down to…


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Library group helping gardens, friendships grow

By REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is a haven for bookworms, students and young children attending storytime, but it also attracts a unique community group: gardeners. Any passerby on Nott…