During and after Sandy hits the Albany area and the Capital Region, roads may close for various reasons including flooding, downed wires, and other emergencies. Bridges may also be closed due to high wings, flooding, large debris in the water, and other hazards. We have a map from 511 NY which has official information regarding roads and bridges. Check out the map before heading out - but try to keep travel at a minimum!
As Sandy approaches, we'll be keeping our Twitter account updated and we will also be closely following several other key people and organizations on Twitter. Here's a list of who you should also follow along with.
We reported yesterday that we could see a hurricane hit a cold front and merge with a Nor'easter thus producing a snowy hurricane. Good news - doesn't look like we'll be getting any snow. Bad news - it looks like we could see a great deal of rain and wind. We have the updated details and with Irene fresh on our minds, we're not looking forward to this storm.
So how does this happen? Bascially the hurricane comes up the coast and merges with a potent Arctic cold front over near the Great Lakes and then BAM - several inches of show with perhaps tropical storm winds. There could also be flooding along the coast of NYC and New England. In short, if this happens we will have a huge mess on our hands.
For some it's the best time of the year - hunting season has arrived in the Albany area. Ready to brag about your trophy? Send us your photos to show everyone how well you've done this hunting season in the woods, fields, duck blinds, ponds, streams, and lakes. From your tree stand to our photo wall, your fishing boat to our gallery.
Veterans Day is a federal holiday where we take pause to recognize and remember the sacrifices made by those who have fought for our great nation and those who continue to do so. Not to be confused with Memorial Day, which is to specifically recognize those who have passed away. Veterans Day also marks the official end to World War I. Here are some ways to show your respect and support on November 11th.
The Sean and Richie Show is back on the road for the fall leg of the Small Town Tour and kicking off this time Greenwich Village Café and Bakery at 2 Washington Square. Small towns are a big part of why we are here - and we love visiting them all. Come and join us and have a great breakfast!
The folks at Trustco Bank are in the spirit of breast cancer awareness month. October has been a powerful month for those who have been directly impacted by breast cancer, or have a friend, family member, coworker, or any other person impacted. Lots of companies get involved every year and this year Trustco is no exception.
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