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A New Sports Craze Soon to Fill Up Space in old Latham Kmart
A New Sports Craze Soon to Fill Up Space in old Latham Kmart
A New Sports Craze Soon to Fill Up Space in old Latham Kmart
The old Kmart building on Watervliet Shaker Road in Latham is becoming an entertainment and sports destination. The Scarlet Knife, an upscale restaurant just recently opened and more construction is on the way including a new sports complex.
Entire Mechanicville Community Vying For Boys' Soccer State 'Ship
Entire Mechanicville Community Vying For Boys' Soccer State 'Ship
Entire Mechanicville Community Vying For Boys' Soccer State 'Ship
Mechanicville is a special community. I know because I was born and raised there and have returned to raise my family in this amazing city. The Mechanicville boys' soccer team is now on the cusp of winning the first-ever state championship for any boys program in Mechanicville School history and the entire community is rooting for them.
Mechanicville Means Community: Boys Soccer Having Historic Season
Mechanicville Means Community: Boys Soccer Having Historic Season
Mechanicville Means Community: Boys Soccer Having Historic Season
It is hard to explain to "outsiders" what a special place Mechanicville is. Yes, the boys' soccer team is having an amazing season. Yes, they have already gone farther than any other boys' soccer team in program history. But it is deeper than that. It's different.
Clifton Park Residents Give New Sports Complex the Boot
Clifton Park Residents Give New Sports Complex the Boot
Clifton Park Residents Give New Sports Complex the Boot
The new $4 million dollar sports fields that were proposed to be built next door to the Eagle Crest Golf won't happen. After months of back and forth between the owners, the Clifton Park Town Planning Board, and residents, it looks as if it will not be built. Well, not in that location anyway.
Pay For Live Sports on TV During COVID? Refund Coming
Pay For Live Sports on TV During COVID? Refund Coming
Pay For Live Sports on TV During COVID? Refund Coming
Last year around this time, everything started to get canceled. The majority of those were live sports. If you paid for a specific channel or a live sporting event, you have some money coming to you. A deal has been reached with seven cable providers to give New Yorkers the refund they deserve for sporting events they paid for but never received during COVID.

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