Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, D-Rotterdam, launched an effort in town Monday to hold banks accountable for abandoned properties.
The Saratoga County Industrial Development Agency on Monday approved tax incentive deals to help three businesses expand in the county.
Saratoga Springs and Burlington, Vermont, are the kinds of communities that make national lists of best places to live.
Puzzles Bakery & Cafe has been everything Sara Mae Hickey hoped it would be when she opened it, and more. So she’s looking to do more.
Microsoft has made its most ambitious move in years to reassert itself in a technology market it once dominated.
Mateen had been a G4S employee since Sept. 10, 2007, and the company is cooperating with the FBI, John Kenning, its chief executive officer for North America, said in a statement.
The Schenectady County Legislature has asked the state to increase the bonding authority of the Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority.
One year after opening a $61 million, state-of-the-art emergency department, Ellis Medicine has worked out a new system to treat patients more quickly and efficiently.
Rotterdam’s Mike Carpenter will take no chances.
Treasuries logged their biggest two-week gain since February as traders wagered that the Federal Reserve will forgo raising interest rates for months to come.
The owners of the historic Nicholaus building filed a claim against the city seeking compensation for damages to its structure.
Deputy Mayor Joe Ogden will be leaving that position next week for a new job with the State University of New York central administration in Albany.
A new state audit came down hard on the New York Racing Association on Friday, saying it continues to lose money on its traditional thoroughbred racing operations.
Proposed state legislation regarding the Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority has been changed to continue to limit its bonding ability.
Town Board members said they are willing to consider approving a 21-lot residential development on the former Round Lake Rod & Gun Club property on Ruhle Road South.
The geothermal heating and cooling system at Niskayuna High School has “never worked properly” since it was switched on less than 10 years ago, but district officials hope they are circling in on a fix that could cost as much as $300,000.
Dairy Circus, a community staple for decades, won’t be rebuilt after being destroyed by an April fire.
An Albany moving and warehousing company is looking to spend nearly $11.6 million to buy and expand the former Racemark International factory near the Luther Forest Technology Campus.
Things Remembered is leaving ViaPort Rotterdam — this time possibly for good.
A ropes course opened last week in town without the proper permit in place, the town said.