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Henry Street Harvest Festival raises money for hospice home

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Henry Street Harvest Festival raises money for hospice home

The rain cleared in time on Sunday for vendors to line a block of Henry Street in Saratoga Springs as part of the Henry Street Harvest Festival.

Marathon effort helps keep Burnt Hills rowing club afloat

ALPLAUS

Marathon effort helps keep Burnt Hills rowing club afloat


The Burnt Hills Rowing Association held their 26th Marathon Row fundraiser on Saturday to help raise funds to replace three sections of dock at the association’s boathouse in Alplaus.

MILTON

Saratoga County Sheriff's Office open house today

The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office will hold an open house and family day on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sheriff’s Office complex, 6010 County Farm Rd.

Trooper charged with Malta assault

Trooper charged with Malta assault

State police said they charged one of their own for allegedly assaulting another person during a domestic incident that occurred in August.

Rexford man faces child endangerment charges

CLIFTON PARK

Rexford man faces child endangerment charges

A 21 year old Rexford man was charged Thursday with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, according to state police.

Police: Man sold cocaine in Saratoga County

BALLSTON SPA

Police: Man sold cocaine in Saratoga County

A Colonie man is behind bars after being arrested Thursday for selling significant amounts of cocaine in Saratoga County, the county sheriff's office said.

Saratoga Springs man acquitted of assaulting federal officer

ALBANY

Saratoga Springs man acquitted of assaulting federal officer

A federal court jury Thursday acquitted a Saratoga Springs man of accusations he intentionally backed his pickup truck into a park ranger at the Saratoga Battlefield in 2014.

Trio seeks to form Saratoga County SPCA

SARATOGA COUNTY

Trio seeks to form Saratoga County SPCA

Three Schenectady County men are seeking to form a Saratoga County chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to enhance the enforcement of animal cruelty laws in the county.

Fab 8 in Malta gearing up for 7-nano chips

MALTA

Fab 8 in Malta gearing up for 7-nano chips

GlobalFoundries officials announced Thursday the smallest computer chip circuits yet are being developed at Fab 8.

Man charged with stealing from Clifton Park Stewart's Shop

CLIFTON PARK

Man charged with stealing from Clifton Park Stewart's Shop

A man allegedly stole money from a Stewart's Shop in Clifton Park, New York State Police said

Uncommon Grounds brews up a new location in Clifton Park

CLIFTON PARK

Uncommon Grounds brews up a new location in Clifton Park

Uncommon Grounds, a local coffee and bagel joint, continues to expand its reach in the Capital Region with a new location in Clifton Park.

Glens Falls man accused of firing gun out of window

GLENS FALLS

Glens Falls man accused of firing gun out of window

A Glens Falls man faces felony charges for twice firing a gun out of an apartment window Sunday, authorities say.

Police: Albany woman lied about ex threatening to shoot her

HALFMOON

Police: Albany woman lied about ex threatening to shoot her

A woman is accused of falsely claiming her ex-boyfriend threatened to shoot her in a Walmart parking lot, state police said.

Tedisco, Walsh win primaries in a night with few surprises

CAPITAL REGION

Tedisco, Walsh win primaries in a night with few surprises

Jim Tedisco cruised to victory on Tuesday night in the Republican primary for the 49th Senate District, and party-favored candidates won Republican primaries for two Assembly seats.

Heroin, opioid demonstration spreads overdose knowledge

CLIFTON PARK

Heroin, opioid demonstration spreads overdose knowledge

Helping heroin addicts stay safe and get help is personal for Project Safe Point’s Alfonso Ferrara - when he was born, he was born in detox.

Charlton residents continue to oppose Verizon antenna plans

CHARLTON

Charlton residents continue to oppose Verizon antenna plans

People living near the Charlton town water tower continue to oppose plans for adding a cellular communications antenna to the tower, urging the town to consider a new alternative.

MALTA

Culvert repair to close road in Malta

Due to a culvert repair project, Brownell Road in Malta is expected to close Wednesday and possibly Thursday.

BALLSTON SPA

Clifton Park woman pleads guilty to vehicular assault

A Clifton Park woman pleaded guilty to vehicular assault Tuesday in connection with an October 2015 crash in which police said she was driving drunk.

Arrests made in Congress Park vandalism

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Arrests made in Congress Park vandalism

Two members of the United States Navy were arrested Monday morning in relation to the vandalism in Congress Park on September 6.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga charter review commission to hear from other city leaders

The Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission will hear from leaders in other upstate cities about possible changes to the city charter on Tuesday.

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