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Fire at Niskayuna's Tall Oaks apartments

NISKAYUNA

Fire at Niskayuna's Tall Oaks apartments

A fire overnight at a Niskayuna apartment complex has displaced some residents, firefighters said.

A victim and a coach meet, and healing begins

A victim and a coach meet, and healing begins

'I hated this man more than my rapists'

Signing day for Ian Anderson

CLIFTON PARK

Signing day for Ian Anderson

Along with his parents, Ian Anderson flies to Atlanta this morning to start his life as a professional baseball player with the Braves, just two days after graduating from Shenendehowa High School.

Middleburgh teacher receives statewide honor for excellence

MIDDLEBURGH

Middleburgh teacher receives statewide honor for excellence

Middleburgh Jr./Sr. High School teacher Mollie Burgett thought she was attending a routine meeting with Principal Lori Petrosino on Friday.

Schenectady grads celebrate achievements with joy

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady grads celebrate achievements with joy

They are the G.O.A.T — the greatest of all time — at least that’s what Friday’s Schenectady graduates argue.

Nicholaus building blame game intensifies

SCHENECTADY

Nicholaus building blame game intensifies

A local construction company is countersuing a subcontractor for $5 million, claiming the subcontractor never alerted it to any emergency situation at the Nicholaus building site on State Street downtown.

MIDDLEBURGH

Questions remain in fatal dirt-bike chase in Middleburgh

Authorities have released very little information one week after Middleburgh resident Joshua Camp was struck and killed by a Schoharie County sheriff’s deputy while fleeing on a dirt bike.

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

ALBANY

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

Though he remains a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders sounded very much like someone passing the torch to others during an appearance Friday at the Empire State Plaza.

WATERFORD

Man sent to prison for machete assault in Waterford

A Troy man accused of using a machete during a fight last year was sentenced Friday to five years in state prison.

Fulton Street Gallery in Troy to close

The Fulton Street Gallery, a mainstay of the downtown Troy art community for 20 years, is closing its doors.

CLIFTON PARK

Glenville woman accused of stealing from employer


A Glenville woman was charged with second-degree grand larceny, falsifying business records and second degree possession of a forged instrument after allegedly stealing from her former employer in Clifton Park.

Police seek more info on Wilton couple charged with sex crimes

WILTON

Police seek more info on Wilton couple charged with sex crimes


State police are asking anyone with information about a Wilton couple charged with sex crimes against a child to contact them. Police believe there could be more victims.

SCHENECTADY

Cops: Schenectady officer injured in struggle

A man holding two knives confronted officers responding to a domestic violence call late Thursday, prompting officers to draw their weapons, police said.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady IDA to fund environmental study

The city of Schenectady Industrial Development Agency agreed to fund the second phase of an environmental study of the former Castelo's building on Nott Terrace.

Alleged cocaine seller arrested in Saratoga County

SARATOGA COUNTY

Alleged cocaine seller arrested in Saratoga County

An East Greenbush man is facing charges for allegedly selling cocaine in Saratoga County, police said.

‘Brexit’ opens uncertain chapter in UK's storied history

LONDON

‘Brexit’ opens uncertain chapter in UK's storied history

Asked to vote in or out, Britain has chosen decisively to cast off its 43-year-old membership in the European Union, leaving it to face a more complex question: What kind of nation will it be now?

Bernie Sanders: Here's what we want

As we head toward the Democratic National Convention, I often hear the question, "What does Bernie want?" Wrong question. The right question is what the 12 million Americans who voted for a political revolution want.

Chip research plant could land next to GloFo

MALTA

Chip research plant could land next to GloFo

A “smart manufacturing” initiative announced this week by President Obama will bring new computer chip research activity to Saratoga County, most likely at the Luther Forest Technology Campus.

Cameron steps down as Britain breaks with European Union

Cameron steps down as Britain breaks with European Union

The political fallout reached to the highest level with Prime Minister David Cameron saying he would step down after championing the campaign to remain in the European Union.

In historic decision, British vote inflicts further damage on EU

In historic decision, British vote inflicts further damage on EU

With Britain forecast Friday to have taken a historic decision to leave the European Union, EU leaders say their ambitions to build a more united continent will be on hold after the bitter campaign exposed deeper troubles within the 28-nation alliance.

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