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The Express Newspaper May 19, 2016

Fireball Run to Visit Our Area

CLIFTON PARK -, April 6, 2016:  Fireball Run, a world-famous television and internet streaming series, will be crossing New York State in late September, passing through southern Saratoga County on September 29/30, 2016.   Welcome events are planned in Ballston Spa and Clifton Park as 40 competing teams vie for top honors in solving clues, engaging with historic artifacts and meeting significant figures in our region and nation’s history.  Contestants also aid in the search for America’s missing children, and to date 48 children have been found in part by their efforts.

Fireball Run to Visit Saratoga County

MECHANICVILLE JANUARY 19- Pete Bardunias, President of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, announced that Saratoga County will be part of the Fireball Run this fall. Fifty teams will be competing on rod rally which will start in western New York . continuing to Saratoga County, Dutchess Coutny, Massachusetts , and ending in Maryland.

Read the entire article in the 01/28 edition.

The Express Newspaper – July 16, 2015

Boston Strong: Locals Run in Marathon – by Sandy Mcbride

When the results of the 2014 Boston Marathon came in, you couldn’t help but wonder at the irony of it.

Two brothers immigrated to the United States with their family in 2002 because of ethnic persecution in their homeland of Kyrgyzstan, one then a 16-year-old and the other a 9-year-old. They grew up in America, availing themselves of the chance to get an education, get a job and have a decent place to live.  In 2013, the brothers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, blew up two bombs near the finish line at the Boston Marathon in an area crowded with spectators.  Whatever supposed political or religious statement they were trying to make against their adoptive homeland, all they succeeded in doing was to kill an 8 year old child, two young women and a police officer while maiming 264 others.

Read the entire article in the May 1st edition of the Express.