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A suspicious fire engulfed a vacant home Friday afternoon, city officials said. [Read More]
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A fire in a car carrier Friday afternoon extensively damaged the trailer as well as two sports cars. One of the cars was on... [Read More]
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Shares of General Electric Co. fell more than 6 percent in pre-market trading Friday after the company revealed disappointing financial results for the third quarter... [Read More]
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A Schenectady man slammed a door on a police officer's hand as officers tried to remove him from a residence due to a building inspector's... [Read More]
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A Schenectady woman who admitted she illegally received more than $50,000 in welfare benefits by concealing her employment status and her husband's hospital job is to... [Read More]
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An event called "Take Back the Night" was held in Schenectady with the hope of bringing an end to domestic abuse and sexual assault. [Read More]
Marchers left the YWCA on Thursday evening and their chants told their stories. [Read More]
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The latest proposal for a new sewage pump station in the Stockade shows the structure encroaching less on Riverside Park than in previous versions, part of an... [Read More]
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The Duanesburg board of education has selected a Lansingburgh school administrator as its next superintendent. Francis Macri will take over the top post at the... [Read More]
Jenn Dugan cut the ribbon last week on The Makeup Curio in Schenectady. [Read More]
The mayors of Albany, Schenectady and Troy committed to being part of the nation's first Green & Healthy Homes Initiative regional partnership. [Read More]
A Schenectady woman who pleaded guilty to welfare fraud in August was sentenced Thursday to probation and ordered to pay more than $50,000 in restitution.... [Read More]
Stockade residents seemed generally pleased by what they saw during Thursday's unveiling of the new design for the $7.5 million pump station in Riverside Park.... [Read More]
"He's a real contrarian" That's how local venture capitalist and Clarkson University business professor Bela Musits introduced Michael Wacholder during the latest BizLab-Clarkson Lunchtime... [Read More]
The supervisor of a local town wants Schenectady County to tear up its sale-tax distribution deal with Schenectady and the towns, arguing the deal is... [Read More]
The pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle Wednesday night on State Street and later died from his injuries has been identified as a Schenectady... [Read More]
Marcy Steiner made Jack Aernecke cry Wednesday night. The usually cool and calm former WRGB news anchor, the emcee of The Chamber of Schenectady's annual Business... [Read More]
Both bids appeared to fall within state's budget for project... [Read More]
A Plattsburgh construction firm was the low bidder Thursday for the project to build a new downtown Schenectady train station. [Read More]
Bread from Brooklyn, a business that began as a supplier of Brooklyn-baked bread, bagels and pastries to upstate restaurants and pizzerias and in May opened a... [Read More]
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