Goose Hill

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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

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

Bethel Northside Church Officially Open

The Bethel Northside Church officially hosted its grand opening this past weekend. Moving from their Foster Ave location to their new location at 1840 Van Vranken Ave, the Clergy of Bethel Northside opened to the public, showcasing their new and

Change Coming to a Local Neighborhood

On Thursday September 28, The Goose Hill Neighborhood Association held their monthly meeting, featuring Good Clean Money LLC and Brendan Nally.  Brendan Nally owns Good Clean Living, a property management company currently working on a 37- unit apartment building located

Schenectadian brings Goose Hill to the theatre stage

While growing up, Brian Sheldon resided within the Goose Hill neighborhood of Schenectady with his family. Harbinger Theater, a theater company based in the Capital Region, will be showcasing a show written by Sheldon, called “Custom Cuts,” making its world

Photo Gallery: The 7th Annual Family Fun Day

Click a photo to see captions. To scroll, click and drag or swipe on mobile. Here’s a video of the event from the Goose Hill Neighborhood Association’s Facebook page:

The Visionaries of Bethel Northside: Reshaping the Community from Within

Pastors, Dan and Tasha Hudson, are visionaries who are transforming vision into action. Earlier in spring 2023, the two were able to obtain a 39,480 square foot building, located at 1840 Van Vranken Avenue, formerly the site of  St. Anthony’s

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