I’ll always remember the photograph of Lindsay Gabrielle Plant.
Darryl Rattray fondly remembers his summers with the Bonitatibus family.
Saratoga Springs High School seniors Colin Brady and Sarah Vanderwerker are the first winners of the Kelly's Angels scholarships.
Rocky Palmer, 97, a longtime Schenectady County ski buff and restaurateur, recalls the start of the Mariaville Lake Ski Club, which evolved into a top show team.
A Niskayuna woman has her hair shaved this weekend for the St. Baldrick's fundraiser and in memory of her late husband.
Some people have songs in their hearts. Ellie Rowland has books in her hands.
One of the last things a burglar wants to see as he’s leaving a house with assorted loot is a state trooper.
And the absolute last thing a crook wants to see is a state trooper with a German shepherd.
Arthur W. Brown has always been on pretty good terms with fate.
Stuart Armstrong has operated Reruns Consignment store in Saratoga Springs since 1990. In less than two weeks, he closes the store. (Gazette photos by Erica Miller)
For Bob Thayer, there was no rest for the wicked. A short line of short children, most with smiles and wide eyes, waited to meet him at Empire State Plaza in Albany last weekend.