Chardel Houck said the storm that struck her family’s RV park on Pine Lake last Saturday evening was over in less than a minute.
Two lawsuits have now been filed related to the crash last year that killed three members of the same family and sent the impaired driver who caused it to prison.
But, hey, it's horse racing: Maybe the heavy favorite doesn't win. Maybe.
Rescheduled Fourstardave joins Alabama
The state has closed a loophole in state victims compensation for burial costs, making it easier for all funeral homes to receive funds directly, the governor’s office announced Friday.
Wins 82-76; will face Serbia
Former Section II, college sprinter writes about an unexpected chance to be elite again in a new sport
A betting clerk at Saratoga Race Course sank himself deep into debt by betting from his own till last Sunday, Saratoga Springs police said.
Five new cases of the of virus have been confirmed in two locals and three visitors in the popular tourist area.
Ryan Lochte issued a statement on Instagram saying he should have been “more careful” when giving a disputed account of an armed robbery.
Boston Magazine may be shocked that anyone would rather live here than in their city ... but we can think of some pretty great reasons to stay right here.
Six parks in the city are getting new playground equipment by October, and plans are underway to enhance Central Park.
A stark-naked likeness of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared on a Los Angeles street corner early Thursday morning — and boy, is it unflattering.
Route 9 in Wilton has reopened after a fire shut the road down overnight, the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office said.
Testimony in the case of Mountain Ridge Adventure in Glenville could conclude next week, after day two of the trial featured just one witness taking the stand.
Glens Falls has come out on top in the competition among a dozen Capital Region downtowns for $10 million in state revitalization funds.
The Evergreen Olive Oil Co., which opened Aug. 13 in Niskayuna, is bringing better taste to the community with a few unique products.
Duanesburg school district voters will likely have a chance this winter to decide if they are willing to pay more in taxes so that veterans can pay less.
For those who want to help the city’s homeless, Saratoga Springs officials believe they’ve created a better option than simply handing coins or cash to someone on the sidewalk.
Fulton County officials are ready for an economic revival, and they are introducing a plan to help the county achieve it.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation will keep Million Dollar Beach and Dog Beach closed until all potential sources of bacterial contamination are fully assessed, DEC announced late today.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.