There is something majestic when you can ice skate, snowmobile, snowshoe, or even walk on one of the beautiful bodies of water in the Capital Region. But as temperatures start to fluctuate, it is important to be reminded to be ready for anything when heading out on the ice. A woman was snowshoeing on Saratoga Lake and an alert neighbor happened to be in the right place at the right time.
The weather is turning much colder which means it's almost time to go ice fishing. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe on the ice while you enjoy one of the most popular winter activities in our area.
There is so much to do in the winter here in the Capital Region and beyond. Most of the activities are outdoors, and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is warning to be careful of where you are doing your outdoor activities this winter.
I kept seeing advertisements for it and kept seeing it for sale in stores but I never gave it too much attention. A couple of weeks ago, I decided to buy it anyway and it's the best winter purchase I've ever made.
In the winter of 2008, we had one heck of an ice storm that hit the Capital Region! Power was out in the majority of the surrounding area and not just for a couple hours, but for some weeks. You were thankful to know someone with a generator and that, maybe the Subway down the street was able to whip up some sandwiches for the family.
I posed the question Wednesday on he GNA Facebook page: What's your favorite ice cream flavor? What happened next, I wasn't expecting.
First of all, we got a ton of comments and when first reading through them, you can tell the diversity in tastes from person to person. There were so many different choices (35 to be exact!) and as I read off each one in my head, my mouth started to water just a li
An idea popped into my head. An idea that honestly, could have gone horribly wrong because it is true that I am one of the most accident prone people you'll probably ever meet. I've fallen down my stairs at home a handful of times, I've managed to rip a nail off of my pinky finger at work (please remember, I work in radio) along with