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CODE BLUE, A Growing Need

A sneak peek from Bethesda House’s Fall/Winter Newsletter… As we gear up for the colder months ahead, we want to ensure we are prepared and ready for the influx of individuals seeking warm shelter at night. Many are street homeless,

Traffic Advisories due to the 2023 Stockade-athon Road Race

The 2023 Stockade-athon Road Race will occur on Sunday, November 12th. Starting in downtown Schenectady at 8:30 a.m. and ending approximately 2 p.m.  There are signs throughout the course letting residents know about the reroutes, according to Michelle Davis, Director

Schenectady County Resources For Help With Meals During The Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, many people start to prepare menus for big holiday gatherings with friends and family, while others may not know if they will even have a holiday meal.  The United States Department of Agriculture defines food

Trails Open at the Schenectady Pine Barrons Preserve in Woodlawn

We just received this great news from Joel Hecht, Stewardship Director at the Albany Pine Bush Preserve: We are excited to let you know that the trails at the Schenectady Pine Barrens Preserve (SPBP) are all marked, mowed, and open

Collaboration between Goose Hill and The Historical Society bring new records projects

The Goose Hill Neighborhood Association held its monthly meeting on Oct. 26 featuring Marietta Carr of the Schenectady County Historical Society.  Members of the Goose Hill community were informed that they can attend collaborative events with the Society and the

An Environmental Education Center planned to be a highlight for the Upper Union

On Oct. 24, The Upper Union Neighborhood Association held their monthly meeting at the Eastern Parkway United Methodist Church, 943 Palmer Ave.  The N.A. talked business with Ray Gillen of Metroplex about all things Upper Union and Eastern Parkway from

Precious pumpkin painters celebrate the season at Mont Pleasant library

By Marlene McTigue Sometimes you’re just in the right place at the right time.   On Thursday afternoon, while the Your Schenectady team was out and about in the Mont Pleasant neighborhood preparing for the latest installment in our Best Bodega

Schenectady’s African American Historical Records Project project highlighted at this week’s Goose Hill N.A. Meeting

On Oct. 26, the Goose Hill Neighborhood Association will be hosting their monthly meeting with special guest Marietta Carr of the Schenectady County Historical Society, at the Steinmetz Park Multipurpose Room at 2114 Lenox Rd.  Carr is the Society’s librarian

Upper Union Neighborhood Association looking for volunteers this Halloween season!

All across this Electric City, children are picking out costumes, dreaming of delicious treats, and imagining the crisp, autumn air and spooky scenarios they will encounter this Halloween season.  In the Upper Union neighborhood, neighborhood association leaders are preparing a

Free smoke alarms and installation for Mont Pleasant residents this Saturday

Did you know that October is Fire Safety Month? This means that members of the Schenectady Fire Department and volunteers from The American Red Cross will be out in our communities working toward a safer population. This Saturday, October 21st

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