Monthly Archives: August 2012

Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference, Featuring James Kunstler and Alan Mallach

On September 21st and 22nd, Troy will hold the first annual Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference, a grassroots effort to share information about community-building efforts throughout New York State. The conference will be held at Russell Sage College in Troy. Things will kick off on Friday evening, Sept. 21st, with a free, open… Read more »

69 Middleburgh Update

TRIP’s current rehabilitation of 69 Middleburgh Street is beginning to take shape. After stripping the inside of the building almost entirely down to the masonry and studs, the remodeling has begun. We broke ground on the remodel July 30th and expect to host a ribbon-cutting in late fall. Working with FH Alexander… Read more »

Deeper Shades of Green: TRIP & RCHR Green Fair, September 29th

Do you have a pile of old electronics taking up space in your house or garage? Have you ever considered home composting? And what’s the deal with solar energy? All of these questions and more will be answered at TRIP & RCHR’s first annual Green Fair on Saturday, September 29,… Read more »

Troy’s National Night Out

Police-community solidarity brought out the crowds last Tuesday, August 7th. Troy celebrated National Night Out with plenty of food and fun while educating residents about the importance of coming together against crime. The North Troy event was held at the 10th Street pocket park and offered important community information as… Read more »

Call for Authors: “Troy’s Treasures” Column

What makes Troy special to you? Share your story through the “Troy’s Treasures” column! Do you have a “Troy’s Treasure” to share?  Let us know! This column — which promotes positive neighborhood news, events, history, people, etc — is published in the Troy Record every other Sunday. If you would like… Read more »

New Faces at TRIP: Caitlin Casterlin

Caitlin Casterlin Welcome to TRIP’s newest HomeOwnership Advisor, Caitlin Casterlin! With her strong financial background, having previously worked in banking and at the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, Caitlin is sure to be a valuable member of the TRIP NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center team! Caitlin’s lifelong interest in helping people, especially on… Read more »