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Track restaurant inspections - there's what in the wine bar?!

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Track restaurant inspections - there's what in the wine bar?!

The health inspections are finally done at the Track eateries just in time for closing day - find out the where your favorite place lands on a scale of 1 to You Need to Clean Your Restaurant and the eyebrow-raising violation the state considers no big deal.

Bear cub injured in Fulton County

FULTON COUNTY

Bear cub injured in Fulton County

A cub hit by a car Monday on Route 30 was the latest victim of a string of bear-car collisions in Fulton County this month.

Town's case against zip line business coming to a close

GLENVILLE

Town's case against zip line business coming to a close

The Town of Glenville’s case against Mountain Ridge Adventure will come to a close in the next few weeks now that testimony has concluded.

Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence

Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence

On Friday, Brock Turner, the Stanford swimmer who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious classmate when he was 20 years old, is scheduled to be released from jail after having served only half of his sentence.

Plant sale planned to benefit Central Park greenhouse

SCHENECTADY

Plant sale planned to benefit Central Park greenhouse

The Friends of the Central Park Greenhouse will have its annual plant sale on Sept. 17 to help raise money for improvements.

SCHENECTADY

Conversation on Community Development planned for Schenectady

A discussion will be held next month in Schenectady to pinpoint the needs of the city in an effort to better allocate federal funding.

New York primary letters to the editor due Friday

New York primary letters to the editor due Friday

The New York primary is Sept. 13! The Daily Gazette welcomes letters to the editor from readers.

Utility workers find signs children lived in sewers near Seattle

Utility workers find signs children lived in sewers near Seattle

Utility workers in a city to the south of Seattle found signs two boys were living in a sewer - which could have been a matter of life and death.

Vermont jam band Twiddle to play New Year's Eve show at the Palace

ALBANY

Vermont jam band Twiddle to play New Year's Eve show at the Palace

Twiddle, a Vermont-based jam band, will be ringing in the New Year at the Palace theater in Albany.

Albany bridge construction almost complete

A large portion of the project to reconstruct a part of Interstate 787 in Albany has been completed, the state announced today.

N.Y. expands medical marijuana program

ALBANY

N.Y. expands medical marijuana program

Moving to address complaints about New York’s new medical marijuana program, the state’s Health Department is making substantial changes to expand access to the drug, including allowing home delivery, quite likely by the end of September.

Recap: Shaq survives 'Running Wild' in Adirondacks

Recap: Shaq survives 'Running Wild' in Adirondacks

Shaquille O’Neal and Bear Grylls took on the Adirondacks in Monday night’s “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” on NBC in an episode that was loaded with the local mountain range’s gorgeous scenery but low on drama.

Crash closes Thruway in Schenectady County

SCHENECTADY

Crash closes Thruway in Schenectady County

An accident involving a tractor trailer closed all lanes in both directions on I-90 in Rotterdam, CBS6 is reporting.

NEW YORK

Medical school dean shot by ex-faculty member

A former faculty member at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine who had been fired shot the school’s dean Monday outside a deli in Chappaqua, New York, apparently an act of revenge, officials said.

Newer, older Serena Williams still powers through

NEW YORK

Newer, older Serena Williams still powers through

Twice as old as when she won her first major

Schenectady teachers 'guardians of equity' at orientation

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady teachers 'guardians of equity' at orientation

Dozens of new Schenectady teachers started a crash course on the district’s student population, challenges and expectations at the opening ceremony Monday of their three-day orientation.

'Schenectady Loves Italy': a fundraiser with pasta-bilities

SCHENECTADY

'Schenectady Loves Italy': a fundraiser with pasta-bilities

Several of Schenectady's Italian families who have been satisfying our taste buds for years are joining together to raise money for victims of the earthquake last week in Amatrice, Italy.

Stefanik gets endorsements from Paul Ryan, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Stefanik gets endorsements from Paul Ryan, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Republican Elise Stefanik (R-Willsboro), running for re-election to the 21st Congressional District of New York in the fall, got a hearty endorsement from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Monday as well as a visit from U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

Actor Gene Wilder dies at age 83

Actor Gene Wilder dies at age 83

Gene Wilder, an actor whose work with comics Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor made him one of the most popular stars of the 1970s, has died. He was 83.

Interviews begin for dealers at Rivers Casino and Resort

SCHENECTADY

Interviews begin for dealers at Rivers Casino and Resort

Casino operator Rush Street Gaming is starting the interview process for dealer positions at the future Rivers Casino and Resort at Mohawk Harbor in Schenectady.

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