It was definitely fall football last night with temperatures at some fields in Section 2 dipping into the 40's as the sun fell on Friday evening. 24 teams suited up for 12 games in the Capital Region. There were a number a blowouts, some excitingly close games and some upsets. Something for everyone.
What doesn't June's Hometown Hero do? Kim Talbot from Scotia was just wrapping up the 2018 school year when we called her the other morning to talk to her about the nomination from a friend of hers. She was in the middle of serving breakfasts, packing lunches and arranging for underprivileged students of the Scotia-Glenville school district to have their necessary essentials. Listen to the phon
Towns all across the Capital Region will be holding Memorial Day services, parades, and activities over the upcoming long week. We've put together a map so you can easily find out what's going on nearest you.
Did you know that Memorial Day only became an official national holiday in 1971...
Coming into the season, the Capital Region wondered how two of its most favorite basketball sons would perform in their transition to college.
Scotia High School graduate Joe Cremo led the Tartans to consecutive state championships in his junior and senior year while earning the praise of the local area fans...
On Thursday, Scotia boys' basketball star Joe Cremo was named the New York State Class A co-Player of the Year.
This is the second time Cremo has taken home the award, as he was the outright player of the year in 2013-14.
Cremo led the Tartans to a 26-1 overall record this season, as Scotia-Glenville captured its second straight New York State Class A championship before falling for the first time