When everyone was dealing with the pandemic, especially restaurants, many cities came up with innovative ideas to keep the industry running. Cohoes created a brilliant plan to bring restaurants to the people. They started "Eat in the Street". Because it was so successful, they are continuing it this year.
There are thirty-seven acres that are slated to be sold in a prime area along Route 9/Loudon Road in Cohoes. It's a peculiar area because even though Oreshan Farm has been there for years, housing developments around it have been booming. There are plans to build more housing at that farm, but a lawsuit says, "not so fast".
With a new restaurant opening in Halfmoon, a neighborhood bar has closed its doors after 90 years. Joe's Tavern, which has been a staple at 16 Division Street in Cohoes for nearly nine decades just shut down. There is hope that someone will buy it and reopen but since February 18th, it is closed.
It was a busy schedule in Section II Friday night with 34 games on the schedule for boys basketball and another 29 match ups for the girls. A big shout out to everyone new that has included us in your score distributions this week. We greatly appreciate it.
It seems residents on a Cohoes street have new furry neighbors living in an abandoned house. The house has been vacant for some time with no one stirring until recently. They say that foxes have decided to call the property home with one neighbor, Ted Conlon even witnessed a fox near the windows and others laying in the sun on the roof.
Get ready to be able to get your car cleaned inside and out in more locations all over Upstate New York. It won't be easy, however, because costs of construction have gone up and business hasn't completely bounced back because of the pandemic. But when they are finished there will be more convenient locations for everyone.
Tuesday our American Idol, Madison Vandenburg, came home to an amazing celebration as she is one of the final three to win the show. There was a pep rally at her high school and she put on a free concert at the Crossings. Her reaction to it all was priceless.
The journey started months for Cohoes teen Madison VanDenburg. Along this American Idol trek, she remained consistent humble and true to herself. While the final chapter of this story has yet to be written, she's just a few pages away from closing the book on a remarkable run that has captivated the Capital Region while building a foundation for a career that has seemingly unlimited potential. T
We had to get a few things off our chest when we spoke to Madison VanDenburg in a never-been-aired interview we did with her late Friday morning. Tonight on American Idol, Madison VanDenburg will perform three songs and by the time the show is over at 10 pm, we'll know if she's a top 3 candidate or not. We believe in our heart of hearts she will be, but Chrissy and I also felt that something nee
The first hour paid tribute to the music of the Woodstock era on American Idol Sunday night, and Cohoes' Madison VanDenburg proved once again, that she can rock out with the best of em'. But it was during her show-stopping second performance of the evening, a power ballad by Celine Dion, where the local teen brought the house down.
The massive wave of Idol momentum continued Sunday night for 17-year-old Cohoes native Madison VanDenberg. The pitch-perfect teenager advanced to the final eight on American Idol following a performance of a song that many have said they never heard sung so well.