Several upstate newspapers may be going up for sale.
Digital First Media of New York City, which counts among its ownings the Troy Record, the Saratogian, the Berkshire Eagle, and the Kingston Daily Freeman, said Friday it is looking into selling all or parts of the company.
The Times Union reports Digital Media is exploring its options, evaluating “strategic alternatives” for its news business, and that the alternatives may include a sale of all or parts of the company. The Record building in Troy is already up for sale.
Officials in Troy are addressing growing concern over what appears to be a spiraling crime rate.
Shootings - arsons - murders – Troy: Public perception of the Collar City has been tinged by the darkness of crime in recent weeks, despite public meetings and soul-searching in the city of about 50,000. Police Chief Tedesco is reassuring citizens.
Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. That’s the case at Lake George Dinner Theatre where a terrific package of entertainment awaits you.
You might attend a better play than “The Love List” which is playing at the Lake George Dinner Theatre through Oct. 20. You might also go to a fancy expensive restaurant and have a better meal than is served at the Lake George Holiday Inn Resort that hosts LGDT.