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While Rivers Casino & Resort lags behind projections in terms of gaming revenue, officials were quick Tuesday to hail it as a success for the... [Read More]
It was about midnight, as Hurricane Maria was battering the Caribbean nation of Dominica, that Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit took to Facebook. Roofs everywhere, he... [Read More]
A Schenectady man broke into the Rotterdam Wal-Mart after hours earlier this month and stole a 55-inch flat screen television, police said. [Read More]
A Schenectady man who struck a pregnant woman with a car last year received five years in state prison Tuesday. [Read More]
The University at Albany football team practiced Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 in Albany. [Read More]
The Capital Region's colleges and universities fared well in an audit of a 2015 state law that asked schools to update policies and training aimed... [Read More]
President Donald Trump took to the floor of the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday and, in his maiden speech there, called the leader of... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in The Washington Post: Carter Hill, age 4, was strapped in his car seat and being driven down the highway when... [Read More]
Tell us something we don't already know. Seriously. Tell us. The New York Civil Liberties Union on Monday issued a report card on the transparency... [Read More]
Schenectady's application for $8.6 million in federal funds to mitigate flood risks in the historic Stockade neighborhood is on hold while FEMA deals with the aftermath of hurricanes... [Read More]
Glenville has secured $150,000 in state grant money toward refurbishing the historic Yates Mansion. [Read More]
While two of New York's newest commercial casinos are less than a year old, and a third has yet to open, state and industry leaders... [Read More]
The 518 is no longer the only area code in northeastern New York; the first telephone numbers using the new 838 area code were to... [Read More]
Proposals for two new hotels, totaling more than 200 rooms, will continue through the city's review process Wednesday, as they are put before the Design Review Commission. Both... [Read More]
A powerful earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, toppling buildings, rattling the capital and sending people flooding into the streets for the second time in... [Read More]
As portions of the nation recover from back-to-back, devastating hurricanes, Schenectady businesses have teamed up for a fundraiser on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Schenectady Serves will be a simple... [Read More]
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Shenendehowa will soon build a permanent tribute to Christopher Stewart, a senior football standout killed in 2012 by a drunken driver. During halftime of the Plainsmen's first home... [Read More]
ALBANY — It will be the Purple and Gold against the Orange. The University at Albany football team will play a non-conference game at Syracuse University... [Read More]
The town has offered $1.1 million for a controversial plot of woodland that is owned by the Shenendehowa Central School District. The announcement came during... [Read More]