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Apples are too big a commitment?

I’m not sure the impetus in developing a non-browning apple was that whole apples are universally seen as a major commitment, like marriage or “War and Peace.” I think it might be the profitable snack-food potential of a packaged portion of an apple.

Foss Forward

Jay Street businesses resilient after fire

The Jay Street fire was extremely destructive, causing massive upheaval, deaths and injuries, and it will take time to recover. But the outpouring of support from the community is encouraging and gives reason to hope the neighborhood will rebuild and ultimately thrive.


Devils win, remain 5 points back from Sharks

Paul Thompson's hat trick ensured Albany did not lose ground to eighth-place Worcester.

Type A to Z

Syracuse hoop star now assisting Mechanicville students

Craig Forth, once a basketball player at college powerhouse Syracuse, channels in energies as assistant principal at Mechanicville Junior/Senior High School.


Devils win in overtime

Whitney books 20th goal of the season in final minute of overtime to beat Norfolk, 4-3.

Talking It Over

When reruns are first-runs

The film industry constantly reboots movie franchises. Now TV is bringing back dead shows at a rising clip.

Ski Lines

Little Dipper program caters to 3-year-olds

Carolee Ferguson has been teaching little children at Okemo for 30 years. Her experience has included working with her own children and four grandchildren along the way. She knows her audience.

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