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The city of Schenectady will be getting $3 million to address lead exposure problems in more than 200 housing units, U.S. Sens. Charles E. Schumer... [Read More]
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The sometimes sleepless nights for the two women come less than two months after Schenectady County lawmakers voted to ban so-called low-level fireworks, like sparklers,... [Read More]
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The Historic Albany Foundation and Columbia Development are releasing Tour Albany, a new smartphone app that locates its user through global positioning satellites and highlights... [Read More]
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Girl's actions caused her to fall from NY park ride ... [Read More]
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An altercation in the Proctors arcade during Schenectady High School's graduation on Friday may spark a broader conversation about how the annual event is managed... [Read More]
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With the Fourth of July approaching, the tent sales are back. The temporary fireworks vendors' tent stands that have become common in service station and... [Read More]
The city school district's board of education approved a 2 percent raise for the superintendent Wednesday as part of a newly negotiated employment agreement, bringing... [Read More]
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A convicted felon who served prison time for a robbery was arrested again for allegedly holding a gun and threatening to kill a woman during... [Read More]
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A Schenectady man was arrested Saturday after a domestic dispute, police said. Matthew T. Walker, 26, was arrested at about 1 a.m. on charges of... [Read More]
  Re June 21 article, "New equipment in Schenectady's Central Park likely to arrive in September": "...the commission will order the equipment this week..."  If... [Read More]
A breakfast-and-lunch shop called Mike's Neba opened Friday (6/23) at 16 Edison Ave., Schenectady, reviving a name familiar from the Capital Region of yesteryear. The... [Read More]
A Schenectady man was sentenced to almost 5 years in prison Monday for possessing a firearm as a felon. Lawrence Giggetts, 37, was sentenced in... [Read More]
In Schenectady, members of Bellevue Reformed Church on Broadway have opened a mini food pantry to ensure impoverished residents of Bellevue can get a healthy... [Read More]
A longtime catering and pop-up restaurant operation in Rensselaer County is building a permanent restaurant in downtown Schenectady. The team that owns and operates Old... [Read More]
SCHENECTADY — Former Warren County District Attorney Kathleen "Kate" Hogan is now a judge, and her first judicial assignment will be in Schenectady County. Hogan, who was... [Read More]
SCHENECTADY — City officials will be peddling information this week about the city's plan to become more bike-friendly. A public meeting will take place at 5 p.m. Thursday in... [Read More]
SCHENECTADY — The city is expected to waive fees associated with certain home improvement projects this summer in an effort to encourage homeowners to redevelop properties.... [Read More]
Two New York Army National Guard soldiers have advanced in the warrant officer ranks. Dukes is assigned to 42nd Infantry Division's Intelligence and Sustainment... [Read More]
"I couldn't let that little girl die," a contractor from Schenectady said... [Read More]
A paid police informant who literally pulled crack cocaine out of his rear end to frame a Scotia business owner is headed to state prison... [Read More]
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