Joe Landry



Members of the Niskayuna Rowing team carry boats to the water during an April 21 practice in Niskayuna. (Michael Kelly/Gazette Reporter)

Grant secured to improve Aqueduct Park

BY MICHAEL KELLY Gazette Sportswriter NISKAYUNA — There will be toilets. At the town’s Aqueduct Park that is, the main reward from the state’s Regional Economic Development Council’s $150,000 grant bestowed last week upon the Friends of Niskayuna Rowing and…




Niskayuna town supervisor Joe Landry. (Rebecca Isenhart/Gazette Reporter)

Rotary to hear Landry

SCHENECTADY — Niskayuna Town Supervisor Joe Landry will be the featured speaker at Niskayuna Rotary’s breakfast meeting Tuesday, Aug. 25. Discussion will focus on the process of creating a town budget. The Niskayuna Rotary meets weekly from 7:15 to 8:15…


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Niskayuna board approves town budget

The Niskayuna Town Board approved two plans Thursday night — one spanning a year and the other a decade. The one-year plan was the 2015 town budget, while the 10-year plan is the town’s new comprehensive plan for development. The…



A new reserve center at 1201 Hillside Ave. in Niskayuna is already up and running, although an older building in front of it is yet to be demolished. Photo by Rebecca Isenhart

Army Reserve Center nearing completion

By REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — A new United States Army Reserve Center is in the final stages of construction at 1201 Hillside Ave. Troops have already begun to use the new center, an upgraded replacement for an existing…