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Hundreds wait to pay respects to former NY Gov. Mario Cuomo
NEW YORK

Hundreds wait to pay respects to former NY Gov. Mario Cuomo

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
New Yorkers of all ages and races have gathered outside a New York City funeral home to pay their respects to the Mario Cuomo.
 
ALBANY

Religious leaders hold minimum wage vigil at NY Capitol

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
Nuns, ministers and other religious leaders have held a prayer vigil at the New York state Capitol in support of a wage increase for tipped workers.
 
New Schenectady retail development planned on State Street
SCHENECTADY

New Schenectady retail development planned on State Street

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
A Massachusetts-based developer is planning to invest more than $6 million to develop a three-acre site at the corner of State Street and Brandywine Avenue to attract retail to the city.
 
Weather adds to fun for Central Park bicyclists
SCHENECTADY

Weather adds to fun for Central Park bicyclists

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
Helping Riders Realize Talent is a group that aims to enrich the community through cycling
 
Times Union Center hits ‘middle age’
ALBANY

Times Union Center hits ‘middle age’

Monday, Jan. 5, 2015
The arena at the corner of South Pearl and Market streets turns 25 on Jan. 30 — ancient by once-conventional standards that no longer apply.
 
Albany holiday lights go dark for another year
ALBANY

Albany holiday lights go dark for another year

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
Roughly 15 volunteers began the monthlong process Sunday of dismantling Capital Holiday Lights in the Park, which was illuminated every night from late November until Saturday.
 
Demolition of former Glendale Home nearing completion
GLENVILLE

Demolition of former Glendale Home nearing completion

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
Residents moved into a brand-new, 200-bed skilled nursing facility at the front of the property June 2.
 
MALTA & STILLWATER

GlobalFoundries to get access road

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
Town officials have started planning for a 3,700-foot road that would run from an unfinished roundabout on Cordero Boulevard in Stillwater through wooded land to the main entrance of GlobalFoundries Fab 8 in Malta.
 
Walk-in clinics address need for immediate care
CAPITAL REGION

Walk-in clinics address need for immediate care

Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
In this age of immediacy, people ask questions and get answers as fast as their fingers can find a keyboard. It’s probably no surprise, then, that they want their health care just as fast and just as convenient.
 
Amsterdam seeking a fresh start
AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam seeking a fresh start

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
As Robert von Hasseln walks past vacant storefronts on Main Street, he envisions a bustling and vibrant downtown in the city’s future.
 
SCHENECTADY

Schenectady firefighter files civil rights lawsuit

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
A veteran female firefighter who claims she was subjected to ongoing bouts of sexual harassment at the Fire Department and was the subject of what she considered two separate death threats is suing the city in U.S. District Court.
 
Esperance man accused of violating order of protection
ESPERANCE

Esperance man accused of violating order of protection

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
An Esperance man is accused of threatening to strike a woman while violating an order of protection.
 
ROTTERDAM

Rotterdam officials claim harassment by board member

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
A vocal Rotterdam Town Board member has been accused of harassing town employees at public meetings.
 
Kids, old-timers fascinated by miSci model train show
SCHENECTADY

Kids, old-timers fascinated by miSci model train show

Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
The popular Toys & Trains Holiday Show is back at the Museum of Innovation and Science through Jan. 19, with two O-gauge Lionel model trains traveling through miniature towns, mills, oil rigs and country landscapes.
 
 

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