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Just love the colors!
Pat Peters
Tulips: Bulbs and Blooms
April 16, 2015

Taken 4/11/15 on Nassau Lake
Brian Wilson
Animals
April 16, 2015

I recently traveled to New Orleans and was fortunate enough to capture this lovely butterfly with my cell phone.
Wendy Diefendorf
New Orleans
April 16, 2015

Rainbow Falls at Ausable Chasm in Keeseville, NY.
John Haywood
Adirondacks
April 16, 2015

Russell Sage College students from Dr. David Salomon's
David Salomon
Your news photos
April 14, 2015

As we drove by this amazing 'TULIP' in Albany.... I had taken this photo... and just had to enter it in your contest this year. I gave it the name of 'Tulip of All Seasons' as I can not think of anyone who would remove this amazing sight. The contest said....it Has to Be 'A TULIP' ... & as for me... I truly Enjoy this One! You can walk from the Palace Theater to where this photo was taken.
Jane D. Hulsopple
Tulips: Bulbs and Blooms
April 14, 2015

This Moon that we all see at one time or another is always with us... & it has alot to do with our Weather & Helps Us all with Planting our Gardens each year! Check it out & find out how!!
Jane D. Hulsopple
Weather
April 9, 2015

The Capital District has the most Beautiful SPRING Flowers to share with the Eyes of those who seek the Spring Seasons.
Jane D. Hulsopple
Spring
April 9, 2015

Congratulations to Groff NetWorks on their ribbon cutting and grand opening in their new location - 81 4th Street, Troy, NY 12180. April 8, 2015
Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Your news photos
April 9, 2015

Time for Boboli, my Pomeranian, to shed her winter coat, don a feather bow, and get a brand new hair do at Prancin' Pretty
Rena Aggen
Dogs
April 9, 2015

The Capital District Garden & Flower Show brought Beautiful 'TULIPs
Jane D. Hulsopple
Tulips: Bulbs and Blooms
April 9, 2015

Tis' the SPRING Season to enjoy the April  Showers That Help to Bring the May Flowers.
Jane D. Hulsopple
Tulips: Bulbs and Blooms
April 9, 2015

Algonquin Middle School Recognizes Presidential Award for Educational Excellence Recipients

The President of the United States’ Award for Educational Excellence recognizes students who have a 90% or higher final grade point average and achievement of the highest performance level on a state or national assessment.  

This year, Algonquin Middle School is proud to recognize 91 current 7th and 8th grade students who earned a 90% or higher average for the 2013-14 school year and a Level 4 on the 2014 NYS ELA or Math Assessment or a Level 5 on the Integrated Algebra Regents.
Robert Messia
Youth activities/events
April 7, 2015

The Captial District Garden and Flower Show at the Hudson Valley Community College from March 27, 28 & 29th to help Benefit the Wildwood programs.... so much to See & Do to Welcome SPRING ! Click on to their link at the GARDENANDFLOWERSHOW.COM     or look up the Capital District Garden & Flower Show at HVCC   come & enjoy the sights, vendors, demos, learn something you might not have known before... one is never to old to learn!!
Jane D. Hulsopple
Your news photos
April 7, 2015

This was taken on the last day of shooting Building Wild for the Discovery Channel up in Grafton.  The cabin had been floated for the first time only minutes before this photo was taken and a week after construction had begun.
Brad McClave
Strange sightings
April 7, 2015

Taken last year at the Syracuse Home in Baldwinsville during their Easter celebration. This is my niece, Nicole Gebert, who was visiting her grandfather.She turned 7 in October.
Rachel Swire
Events and celebrations
April 7, 2015

Taken 4/6/2015, same time as last year.
John P. Spenello
Spring
April 7, 2015

It's about time. This winter has been atrocious.
John P. Spenello
Spring
April 7, 2015

Kiska is from the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and was at the Winter Raptor Fest 2015. Steve Hall spoke about
Amy Reynolds
Animals
April 7, 2015

This beauty was at the Winter Raptor Fest 2015
Amy Reynolds
Animals
April 7, 2015

Academy of the Holy Names fourth grade students, Gwendolyn Sprague (left) and Elise Corbin, won first place in the 4 - 6th grade Team Division in the Joseph Henry Science Fair, held  March 27th at the College of Saint Rose. The Joseph Henry Science Fair is open to students in grades 4-8 in the city of Albany. Schools conduct their own competitions and send their winners to the Joseph Henry Science Fair, making it the biggest science competition for Albany’s elementary and middle school students.

Elise and Gwendolyn’s project, “Wings of Wonder, ” was designed to test different widths of airplane wings. The  girls also invented their own airplane launcher, so the test trial would be as accurate as possible.
ellen gelting
Your news photos
April 7, 2015

Held March 27 at 60 State, nearly 200 alumnae, parents, trustees, friends and community leaders attended this signature fundraising event  in support of Academy of the Holy Names and its mission.
ellen gelting
Social Scene
April 7, 2015

Academy of the Holy Names Spring Soiree, March 27 at 60 State in Albany.
ellen gelting
Social Scene
April 7, 2015

Nearly 200 alumnae, parents, trustees, friends and community leaders attended this signature fundraising event in support of Academy of the Holy Names and its mission.
ellen gelting
Social Scene
April 7, 2015

Nearly 200 alumnae, parents, trustees, friends and community leaders attended this signature fundraising event in support of Academy of the Holy Names and its mission.
ellen gelting
Social Scene
April 7, 2015

Dr. Michael Gruenthal, Professor and Chair of Neurology at Albany Medical College, received the prestigious
Fred Moody
Social Scene
April 7, 2015

Red bellied woodpecker enjoying his lunch at our feeder.
Jack Bulmer
Animals
March 24, 2015

Rappelling down the Kaaterskill amphitheater after climbing the beast of the east, the 200' Kaaterskill Falls (seen on right).
Dwight Cheu
Winter
March 24, 2015

12th anniversary of start of Iraq War, March 21, 2015. Spring Rising anti-war demonstration, corner of Wolf Rd and Central Ave.
Jeanne Finley
Your news photos
March 24, 2015

Taken at Wild Hill Maple in Salem NY on March 21 during Maple Weekend. The fire is going constantly, boiling sap down to make maple syrup.
Luke Tetreault
Spring
March 24, 2015

Librarian and tai chi instructor Cathy Brenner leads a morning class at the Bethlehem Public Library Tuesday, March 17. The free classes continue through April 28. The ancient Chinese art is said to promote health and wellness.
Kristen Roberts
Bethlehem
March 21, 2015

Staff at Capital Roots, formerly Capital District Community Gardens, were recently presented with a $225 donation check from the Kids for Kindness Club at the Hope 7 Community Center in Troy. Students in the center’s afterschool program raised funds for the organization during the holiday season by selling hand-crafted items to the community. The money raised will support Capital Roots’ Squash Hunger program, a food donation initiative that collects and distributes more than 11 tons of fresh produce to the region’s food pantries and shelters each year.
Rebecca Webster
Youth activities/events
March 21, 2015

Because my daughter was trying a vegetarian diet one Easter, I took her favorite Easter treat and served her peep-kabobs! No grilling was required and everyone had a good laugh.
Beth Coblish
Holidays
March 21, 2015

What a coming sight to the first day of Spring 2015.
Michele Gaudet-Heaton
Animals
March 21, 2015

Bruce, Eli and Patches wait for their noontime snack.
bill deegan
Animals
March 17, 2015

Lauren's Leprechaun.
unknown
Albany
March 17, 2015

Joined by state and local elected officials, along with business and community leaders, Noble Gas Solutions President and CEO David Mahoney celebrated the company's 75th anniversary on March 17 by announcing it would donate $75,000 in 2015 to support local charitable causes and organizations. Located in Albany's North End, Noble was originally founded in 1940 as Albany Welding Supply Company, Inc.
Steve Janack
Your news photos
March 17, 2015

My daughter sent this picture from a Nantucket beach.
Unknon
Winter
March 17, 2015

Two chairs just waiting for someone to sit in them come the warmer months in Schodack Town Park
Linda Thorburn
Winter
March 17, 2015

River at Schodack Town Park is thawing  rapidly.
Linda Thorburn
Winter
March 17, 2015

Brendan Martin performs outside during the red carpet welcome at the Performance School of the Arts open house celebration to benefit the school's scholarship fund.
Leslie Sawyer
Concerts and events
March 17, 2015

Alan Fink, junior at Shenendehowa, performs at Performance School of the Arts in Clifton Park at the 10 year anniversary celebration and open house - the event was a benefit show to help support the school's scholarship fund
Leslie Sawyer
Concerts and events
March 17, 2015

Collette McComb, co-owner of Performance School of the Arts in Clifton Park performs at the anniversary/ open house celebration this past Friday to benefit the Christian M.K.Martin Scholarship Fund where the proceeds support fine arts education for children in the Capital Region
Leslie Sawyer
Concerts and events
March 17, 2015

Terrence Gage and Collette McComb, co - owners of The Performance School of the Arts celebrate their 10 year anniversary and host a fundraiser for their scholarship fund.  Proceeds go to students pursuing fine arts education in our region
Leslie Sawyer
Concerts and events
March 17, 2015

US Army, Major James Becker - Alumni; Pat Abrams - Video Presenter, & Guest Speaker, 
US Con Chris Gibson (19th  Dist - NY). Attending the STRIDE Adaptive Sports Wounded Warrior Snowfest’s “Welcome Ceremony”.
GENE LOPARCO
Social Scene
March 12, 2015
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