Baby from Whitehall first of the New Year

M isty DiResta didn’t sound tired at all Saturday night as she briefly chatted about the birth of her son, Kaidin John DiResta, in a telephone interview from her room at Glens Falls Hospital.

That was a little surprising, since Kaidin was born just before 2 a.m. , the first baby born at Glens Falls and likely in the Capital Region in 2011. Misty and John DiResta had a busy day, including a press conference where she was interviewed by newspaper and television reporters.

More to come in this week’s Whitehall Times.



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