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Community remembers Craig Frear on anniversary of disappearance  WNYT

June 27, 2019 11:12 PM. SCOTIA -- Thursday marks the 15-year anniversary of the disappearance of Craig Frear. He was last seen on June 27, 2004 near ...



'Mamma Mia!' at Scotia-Glenville Senior High School  Albany Times Union

The Scotia-Glenville Senior High School production of "Mamma Mia!" will be held at 7:30 p.m. March 22 – 23 and 2 p.m. March 23 at Scotia-Glenville High ...



The Scotia-Glenville Junior-Senior Prom at Glen Sanders Mansion  The Daily Gazette

Scotia-Glenville High School held their Junior-Senior Prom at Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia Friday. May 17, 2019.



Scotia-Glenville girls lacrosse hosts Schenectady/Mohonasen  The Daily Gazette

Scotia-Glenville girls lacrosse hosts Schenectady/Mohonasen at Scotia-Glenville High School in Scotia on Friday, April 26, 2019.



Scotia-Glenville Cheerleaders represent Capital Region at nationals  NEWS10 ABC

In February, the Scotia-Glenville Cheerleading Team will represent the Capital Region at the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Fla.



Scotia-Glenville grads LeMorta, Stopera champions together again  The Daily Gazette

Dom LeMorta and Scotty Stopera ended their playing careers at Scotia-Glenville High School several years ago as decorated basketball champions.



Summer of free concerts set at Freedom Park Scotia  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA — Freedom Park Scotia will open its 2019 Summer Concert Series on Wednesday, June 19, with the Scotia-Glenville High School Jazz Band & Jazz ...



Scotia-Glenville senior to spend senior year in Morocco  The Daily Gazette

As 17-year-old Katie Gallagher of Scotia counts down the days until she heads off for Morocco, where she will spend the coming year in a foreign exchange ...



Jack takes charge at Scotia-Glenville  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA — Keith Jack's role with the Scotia-Glenville High School boys' soccer program has changed. His coaching philosophy has not. The Tartans' first-year ...



Local students pack thousands of meals for those in need  WNYT

Students were busy Saturday morning packaging 14000 meals for those in need, now an annual tradition at Scotia-Glenville High School.



Troy students learn about the business world at Troy Kitchen  Troy Record

TROY, N.Y. —Students in a distance learning marketing class from Troy High School and Scotia-Glenville High School met up on a class trip at Troy Kitchen.



Saratoga Springs grad Starczewski in new role at Home Made Theater  The Daily Gazette

In one of her more meatier roles at Home Made Theater back in 2012, Kate Starczewski, then 25, pulled off playing a much younger Dorothy Gale in "The Wizard ...



High School Musical Theatre Awards wow again  Times Union

SCHENECTADY —. The High School Musical Theatre Awards Saturday night was its biggest show since its inception at Proctors in 2017. The largest audience ...



Class of 2018: Young women sweep top graduation spots at Scotia-Glenville  The Daily Gazette

The top 15 students in Scotia-Glenville High School's graduating class cut a diverse set of interests and future plans. Many of them are pursuing degrees in the ...



Scotia-Glenville grads urged to be brave  The Daily Gazette

When asked by his parents recently who was speaking at Scotia-Glenville's graduation, Kyle Rankin just shrugged like he hadn't given it a second thought.



Scotia-Glenville school parents pull students over threat  The Daily Gazette

GLENVILLE — A vague, online threat prompted many Scotia-Glenville High School parents to pick up their children Wednesday morning, as well as criticisms ...



Scotia native killed in Pennsylvania shooting  The Daily Gazette

Polly Tiebout knew her brother was struggling with mental issues, but she had no idea just how much. On Sept. 19, Tiebout's brother, Bruce Rogal, shot and ...



5 Scotia-Glenville students suspended for pot brownies  The Daily Gazette

Five Scotia-Glenville High School students were suspended Wednesday after consuming pot brownies that one of the students had brought to school, district ...



New coffee shop off to a strong start in downtown Scotia  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA — One of the only problems at Storied Coffee in its first five weeks has been a good one to have: It's often too busy for the number of employees behind ...



Evangelist berates students at Scotia-Glenville school, calls them future wife-beaters  NEWS10 ABC

SCOTIA, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The evangelist who entered the Target store in Queensbury last week to yell about transgender bathrooms has moved on to different ...



Couple seeks funding for Scotia coffee shop  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA -- A local couple has raised more than $10,500 through a Kickstarter campaign as they seek to establish the village's only coffee shop. That's halfway to ...



Capital Region Scrapbook - 1970 happenings around Schenectady  The Daily Gazette

Happenings from Schenectady and the area, as recorded by Gazette photographers in 1970. Gazette file photos.



Longtime Scotia coach Giammattei steps down  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA - There was no need for further elaboration when Jim Giammattei confirmed this week that he was stepping down as Scotia-Glenville High School's ...



21-year-old eyes District 3 Schenectady County Legislature seat  The Daily Gazette

GLENVILLE & NISKAYUNA -- The race for an open seat representing District 3 on the Schenectady County Legislature is shaping up, with 21-year-old ...



Campus watch: Olivia Jack swimming strong for Penn State  Times Union

Olivia Jack is seeing plenty of action with the Penn State women's swim team this winter. The freshman from Scotia (Scotia-Glenville High) posted a Division I ...



Dates, times of High School Musical Theatre Award participants' shows  Times Union

Were you Seen at the High School Musical Theatre Awards presented by the Times Union held at Proctors in Schenectady on Saturday, May 19, 2018?



Brennan, long-time area official, passes away at 99  The Daily Gazette

Getting upset with Tommy Brennan, a long-time basketball referee and sports official who passed away Thursday at the age of 99, was just about impossible.



LeMorta, Stopera starring for Alfred men's basketball  Times Union

The Alfred University men's basketball team posted a 7-1 record during the first semester and seniors Dom LeMorta and Scotty Stopera are key performers for ...



Section II lacrosse: Scotia-Glenville cruises into final  The Daily Gazette

Scotia-Glenville blew open what was a close game at halftime and hammered South Glens Falls 20-7 in the Section II Class C semifinals on Friday.



Over 400 area youth display talent during SPAC showcase  The Daily Gazette

SARATOGA SPRINGS – The Capital Region is known for its rich depth of arts offerings. Not surprisingly, the youth of the area are just as involved in learning to ...



Scotia-Glenville graduation  Schenectady Gazette

The 106th commencement of Scotia-Glenville High School at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady on Saturday, June 28, 2014.



Finn to wrestle at Life University  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA — Unlike many local student-athletes with collegiate aspirations, Hailey Finn had to look way beyond the boundaries of New York to find the perfect fit.



Brian G. Kristel | Obituaries | poststar.com  Glens Falls Post-Star

June 8, 1941 — September 26, 2018. SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Brian G. Kristel, 77, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018 at Glens Falls ...



Longtime Schenectady coach Sausville taking over in Scotia  The Daily Gazette

Mark Sausville, whose 12-season run with Schenectady High School include a New York Class A title in 2001, confirmed Saturday that he will be taking charge ...



SEEN: Scotia-Glenville Junior/Senior Prom  Albany Times Union

Were you Seen at the Scotia-Glenville Junior/Senior Prom on Friday, May 16, 2014? The photos were taken at the high school and the prom was held at The ...



Malcolm's brings farm-to-table to Schenectady  The Daily Gazette

Address: 617 Union St., Schenectady Established: 2018. Menu: Farm-to-table. Quote: "(Farm-to-table) is good for the farmers. It's good for the environment.



Broadalbin-Perth sweeps past Gloversville in Foothills opener | News, Sports, Jobs  Gloversville Leader-Herald

BROADALBIN — The Broadalbin-Perth track teams opened their season on a high note, sweeping Gloversville in a Foothills Council meet Thursday at ...



Philo nets 31 in Lady Dragons' 62-46 victory over South High | News, Sports, Jobs  Gloversville Leader-Herald

GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Lady Dragons ability to make free throws proved to be the difference in Thursday's Foothills Council game against South ...



Morgan Bowers, 16, remembered for 'angelic' singing voice  Albany Times Union

Friends and family remembered Morgan Bowers, 16, for her "angelic" singing voice and deep kindness Wednesday, the day after she was struck and killed by a ...



Scotia's Kastberg won't seek re-election  Times Union

Scotia. Village Mayor Kris Kastberg will not be seeking another term, giving up the job he says he is most proud of on a resume that includes 32 years as an ...



Guare keeps on fighting for fitness  The Daily Gazette

Spend more than just a few minutes talking with Peter Guare, and you find yourself trying to remember all the insightful and educational things he's shared with ...



Scotia-Glenville girls a lacrosse power again  The Daily Gazette

The goals flowed at one end of the lacrosse field, and at the other, Scotia-Glenville gave up little in yet another victory. For a girls' program that was among the ...



Giammattei is still in the game  The Daily Gazette

SCOTIA -- Jim Giammattei was back where it all began late Wednesday afternoon, in the old gymnasium at Scotia-Glenville High School where he coached both ...



Young Scotia basketball players all have big dreams  The Daily Gazette

Jeff Stopera blew his whistle Saturday morning, and the 10 third- and fourth-grade boys stopped playing. The former Scotia-Glenville basketball standout ...



Scotia's Dairy Circus open after 2016 fire  The Daily Gazette

Dairy Circus, the Scotia restaurant destroyed by fire in 2016, has reopened. People have been visiting the new "Circus" on Sacandaga Road (Route 147) for ...



Dairy Circus fire in Scotia called accidental  Albany Times Union

The Dairy Circus ice cream shop and restaurant, destroyed by a fire Monday, was condemned Tuesday. The fire appears to have started accidentally in a ...



No regrets from Cremo about decision to leave UAlbany  The Daily Gazette

ALBANY — Two days after it became public that Joe Cremo intended to leave the University at Albany men's basketball program, he received his release from ...



Teacher's aide, field hockey coach arrested in Schenectady child sex abuse case  Albany Times Union

SCHENECTADY – A former teacher and teacher's aide from the same family services agency are accused of abusing children in two separate cases, police and ...



Troy troupe offering new kind of theater experience  The Daily Gazette

If you don't know what a "site-specific immersive production" is, but it sounds intriguing, you might want to get yourself over to the Collar Works in Troy, where the ...



Photos: Students test drive alternative-fuel vehicles  Albany Times Union

SCOTIA -- Scotia students test drove alternative-fuel vehicles on Friday at Scotia-Glenville High School. The students have been studying alternative fuel and ...



Comfort Inn developer: New hotel will stand out in Scotia, NY (Video) - Albany Business Review  Albany Business Review

Hundreds of hotel rooms have been built in Schenectady in the past few years. Subhash Modasra is betting the 65 rooms he's adding with a new Comfort Inn ...



Owners hope to reopen Dairy Circus in Scotia by July  Albany Times Union

Scotia. Dairy Circus co-owner Robb Clemons is hoping to open what he described as a "bigger and better" Dairy Circus by July.



Track & Field Roundup: Mayfield-Northville girls, Canajoharie boys sweep WAC meet | News, Sports, Jobs  Gloversville Leader-Herald

MAYFIELD — The Mayfield-Northville girls and Canajoharie boys posted sweeps at the Western Athletic Conference dual track and field meet Tuesday at the ...



10 years later, search for missing teenager continues  Schenectady Gazette

The search for Craig Frear continued today, nearly 10 years after the 17-year-old Scotia-Glenville High School student went missing from his Schenectady home ...



Lady Rams cruise to third-straight victory | News, Sports, Jobs  Gloversville Leader-Herald

AMSTERDAM — A fast start by the Amsterdam girls basketball team against Johnstown quickly put the Lady Rams coach Eric Duemler mind at ease a little bit.



Coach charged with sex crimes  Albany Times Union

A 50-year-old volunteer assistant coach for the Scotia-Glenville High School girl's varsity field hockey team has been charged with allegedly raping a ...



Scotia's Dairy Circus to rebuild  The Daily Gazette

A Scotia ice cream stand and restaurant that became an institution is planning to rebuild after a devastating fire nearly a year ago left its future uncertain.



Big tennis game in small package  Albany Times Union

SCOTIA — At first, it sounds contradictory when Claire Schmitz's teammates on the Scotia-Glenville High School girls' tennis team look up to her at one moment ...



Haunted House benefits scholarship in honor of teen killed by train in Scotia  NEWS10 ABC

A good scare for a great cause. A Scotia family has built a haunted house right in their back yard to help another local family.



Former UAlbany teammates Cremo, Nichols could match up this weekend  The Daily Gazette

If the matchup comes to fruition, each player will be ready. After all, Joe Cremo and David Nichols had years together to prepare for it as University at Albany ...



Police: Threat in note led to morning Schenectady evacuations  The Daily Gazette

The Schenectady County office complex and Schenectady City Hall were evacuated this morning in the wake of what police called a vague bomb threat.



Mekeel Christian Academy celebrates 34th commencement  The Daily Gazette

When Bryce York, the Mekeel Christian Academy class of 2018 salutatorian, was tasked with writing a speech with the theme of reflection, he looked both to ...



Our snapshots from 2018 Capital Region graduations and proms  The Daily Gazette

CAPITAL REGION - Every year, The Daily Gazette photographs high school and college graduation ceremonies and high school prom walk-ins. Did we get to ...



Young musicians together for first time at All-County festival  Schenectady Gazette

Surrounded by musicians she'd never met before Friday, Michalela Salamone, a seventh-grade student violinist from Scotia-Glenville Middle School, learned to ...



Scotia defense breaks down against OFA  The Daily Gazette

Over the last several years stingy defense has been at the root of all good things Scotia-Glenville has done on the basketball court. That defense was missing ...



Travie McCoy, Dead & Company, rubber ducks highlight a busy week  The Daily Gazette

This week marks the kickoff for a few local concert series. And even better, it's a great time for duck fanatics. Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy, Michael ...



Tartans play a little keep-away  The Daily Gazette

The Scotia-Glenville boys' lacrosse team has Queensbury's number. But the Tartans won't be calling back any time soon. In two previous low-scoring matchups, ...



Police: Schenectady man fired hangun at person in March  The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY - A city man has been charged in connection with a March shooting on Craig Street, authorities said. No one was hurt in the March 10 incident, ...



Scotia-Glenville takes on Wizards of Harlem  The Daily Gazette

The Harlem Wizards entertained the crowd as they took on the Total Tartans Team at Scotia-Glenville High School Thursday, April 2, 2015.



West Glenville distillery plan moves forward  The Daily Gazette

Plans to turn a former firehouse in West Glenville into a craft distillery are moving forward, after a protracted dispute that ended up in court and left another suitor ...



Flood warning issued in Schenectady County  WNYT

The National Weather *Service* has issued a flood warning in Schenectady County.



GOP challenges Democratic control of Scotia village government  Schenectady Gazette

Scotia Mayor Kris Kastberg is being challenged for re-election by a Republican with extensive experience in government finance who promises to pass a budget ...



Nanticoke issue a small string in wide NCAA net  The Daily Gazette

ALBANY -- There are strings attached. Tehoka Nanticoke -- and by extension his UAlbany men's lacrosse team -- found that out the hard way last weekend.



Lacrosse: Scotia finding its championship form  The Daily Gazette

One of Section II's new girls' lacrosse teams had one of the oldest on the ropes early in a Class C quarterfinal game Monday at Scotia-Glenville High School.



In the Pocket: Two-handed release is good for Karabin  The Daily Gazette

Ryan Karabin belongs to the new wave of bowling. Much like many of the modern stars on the PBA Tour, Karabin uses a two-handed release that can put a ...



Shooting threat found on wall at Shen high school  The Daily Gazette

CLIFTON PARK — A message containing a school shooting threat was found Friday on a wall in a bathroom stall at Shenendehowa High School East, ...



Unmaking a bully  Albany Times Union

Filmmaker who is also a teacher's aide works with Scotia students to create video about dealing with a problem that is as old as school [...] Russell met his match ...



Student-run pep band growing in numbers  Schenectady Gazette

“I'm the short kid in the kilt playing a tuba,” he said. Indeed, there he was Tuesday night, in his tartan kilt and sash, crimson knee socks and Converse sneakers, ...



These high school teams are looking to stay on top  The Daily Gazette

Every high school season there are teams that make a significant move forward after a period marked with mediocrity -- or worse. Cobleskill-Richmondville's ...



Villa proposes 9.3 percent tax levy increase in Amsterdam  The Daily Gazette

AMSTERDAM -- Mayor Michael Villa has proposed a $32.4 million 2019-20 city budget, which raises spending, taxes and user fees, but aims to reduce the city's ...



At The Tartan, fish passes test but sandwich is uninspiring  The Daily Gazette

The restaurant we were searching for was on the river in a nearby city. But after several dead ends, an hour of driving which should have taken 25 minutes, ...



In the Pocket: Irwin shows off versatility  The Daily Gazette

Versatile Janelle Irwin can dance. She can also fix your wounds. In a pinch, Irwin can even choreograph a musical. But most of all, the multi-talented Notre ...



Falkowitz named head volleyball coach | Athletics | Union College  Union College Athletics

SCHENECTADY, NY – Laura Falkowitz has been named head coach for the Union College volleyball program, Director of Athletics Jim McLaughlin announced ...



Juneteenth celebrated in park  The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY -- The 18th annual Juneteenth festival in Central Park Saturday offered a little something for everyone: dancing, music, food, history and civil ...



Scotia native Kate Penn wins Emmy Award  The Daily Gazette

Kate Penn, a 2003 Scotia-Glenville High School graduate and currently Proctors' digital *content* manager, has won a 2017 Emmy Award in the category of Video ...



Scotia native goes 'Out There' in new television series  The Daily Gazette

NEW YORK CITY — Kyle Supley has an eye for the eccentric. It's a sense that's helped the Scotia native create a television series called “Out There” which was ...



The battle to fight Lyme disease continues  The Daily Gazette

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention web site informs its visitors that "most cases of Lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks ...



Motorcyclist killed in early Sunday Ballston crash  The Daily Gazette

BALLSTON -- One person was killed early Sunday morning after a motorcycle and SUV collided on State Route 67, according to the Saratoga County Sheriff's ...



Home at the Grange  Albany Times Union

Granger Fran Hahn remembers when the West Granville Grange was often full of people. There were parties, fundraisers and meetings about policies that ...



More than a game when fighting grief  Albany Times Union

Football's just a game. That is, until you're 16 or 17 and trying to figure out what to do with your pain. Until you're numb with bad news and don't know how to ...



Start school later? Many say no way, but science says teens need more sleep  Times Union

When Hope Perlman's oldest daughter started high school, she immediately noticed a shift. The girl was a top student, the kind who loved learning, and whose ...



Accused Saratoga Smashburger burglar arrested in three more break-ins  The Daily Gazette

BALLSTON - A man arrested recently in the burglary of a Smashburger in Saratoga Springs is now facing charges in three more break-ins, state police said.



Schenectady Police Department swears in new recruits  The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY -- The Schenectady Police Department welcomed eight new recruits, all of whom Police Chief Eric Clifford said have the potential to be “future ...



Albany, NY area teachers roll out new classroom model to harness technology - Albany Business Review  Albany Business Review

Teachers at two Albany, New York area high schools are experimenting with a new classroom model to harness technology and allow for more class time to ...



Graduate transfer rule may be hurting UAlbany, other mid-majors  Times Union

There are 351 colleges and universities playing Division I basketball, and, as would be expected, there is a large gap between schools that play in power ...



Shen parents fearful after Friday's threat  The Daily Gazette

CLIFTON PARK — Some parents of students in the Shenendehowa Central School District decided to keep their children home for the day Monday or pick them ...



Cremo picks Villanova  The Daily Gazette

ALBANY — Joe Cremo has made his decision. He is headed to Villanova, NCAA men's basketball's reigning national champion. News of Cremo's decision was ...



Scotia woman recalled with sunrise tributes  The Daily Gazette

Just over a week ago, Aimee Falcon posted a photo of a sunrise on Facebook, and with it this message: “If you wish to honor me, take time out of your morning's, ...



A Rocky Beginning Leads to a Rockies End  Albany Student Press

Ashley Bye sat at the kitchen table, watching her husband, Zach, prepare dinner. It was Valentine's Day, and Zach was keeping his promise that he would cook ...



Opioid epidemic takes its toll on Schenectady  The Daily Gazette

Editor's note: This is the first in a three-part series focusing on the region's struggles with the growing opioid addiction epidemic. On Monday, we addressed the ...



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