In the shadow of Whiteface Mountain, it was the only site east of the Mississippi. The Cold War is over, but the fear remains.
The marriage proposal has been romanticized by Hollywood for decades. Some make you swoon, and others make you giggle. But perhaps the big s…
Homelessness has been a problem in the U.S. for decades. But for women, the concern is on the rise.
For some people with disabilities, even the simplest of tasks can be daunting. But with a fury friend by their side, some of those people ar…
Canine Companions for Independence trains puppies to become service dogs.
The PFOA contamination in North Bennington water may have come from the former ChemFab plant.
The New York State Police has its first female bloodhound trainer.
Going away for college is a dream for most young people, but for a local teen it turned into a nightmare.
The Lion King can be seen at Proctors from March 22 to April 17.
Changing majors can come with a big price tag, but experts say students can change their major and still graduate on time.
Some Capital Region schools have been underreporting bullying cases to the New York State Department of Education.
A Siena basketball star has overcome family hardships to continue dominating on the court.
A little more than three years ago, the nation was struck by tragedy as we witnessed the horrific school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.
An athlete from Berkshire County doesn’t let his paralysis stop him from hitting the slopes.
Super Mom Week continues! On Wednesday we are introducing to you a potential time-saver for an essential task: grocery shopping.
The ease of access with smartphones, tablets, computers, and TV makes it all too tempting to get trapped in the void. According to common se…