I guess it makes sense: Unemployment is low in the Capital Region’s most-prosperous county, so it’s tougher for companies with jobs to offer to find competent people who aren’t already working somewhere else.
The Empire Center for Public Policy has released a report called “What They Make 2015-16,” comparing average salaries being paid in counties, cities, villages and towns in nine regions across the state.
Arts administrator Elizabeth Sobol’s journey from Miami Beach to Saratoga Springs — 1,500 miles due north, and as far from an ocean or Great Lake as you can get in New York state — has a Schenectady connection.
It’s been just over a year since I spent three hours on the bleachers of a sweltering high school gym, running out of ink over all the things people had to say about a proposed Wal-Mart store in Ballston.
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco hasn’t even publicly confirmed he wants to run for Hugh Farley’s state Senate seat, but the race to fill his Assembly seat is already taking shape, at least within the Republican Party.