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Double vehicle arson overnight in Mariaville

MARIAVILLE

Double vehicle arson overnight in Mariaville

State police are investigating the burning of two vehicles in Duanesburg as arson, police said today.

Proctors sets schedule for free summer movies

SCHENECTADY

Proctors sets schedule for free summer movies

Movies are part of summer.

Schenectady to pave 12 miles of streets

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady to pave 12 miles of streets

The city of Schenectady is paving nearly 12 miles of streets this year.

ROTTERDAM

Man faces 5 years in prison for Rotterdam break-in


An Oneonta man is to get up to five years in state prison for breaking into a construction trailer and later lying to a grand jury.

Man charged in Rotterdam shooting remains free on $215K bond

SCHENECTADY

Man charged in Rotterdam shooting remains free on $215K bond

A man accused of shooting another man in Rotterdam last year and then later driving drunk will remain free on a total of $215,000 bond, a judge ruled Monday.

Schenectady's Brandywine Ave. due for safety upgrades

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady's Brandywine Ave. due for safety upgrades

The city received $1.26 million in state funding for safety improvements to Brandywine Avenue.

ALBANY

Lower bail rejected for Schenectady lottery scam suspect

A Schenectady man charged in connection with a lottery scam that targeted seniors nationwide backed up his claims with photos of supposed past winners and briefcases full of cash, according to a recent federal court filing.

Niskayuna marathoner presses on against injuries, age

SCHENECTADY

Niskayuna marathoner presses on against injuries, age

Alan Bowman has been training for marathons and ultra-marathons on the streets of Niskayuna and Clifton Park for decades — so long that he’s become a community staple.

Amsterdam, Mohonasen high schools hold graduation ceremonies

AMSTERDAM & SCHENECTADY

Amsterdam, Mohonasen high schools hold graduation ceremonies


As soon as the students got to their seats, they turned and looked. In the seats behind and above them, they saw smiling parents and grandparents looking back.

Renovations sought for Frank Duci's childhood home

SCHENECTADY

Renovations sought for Frank Duci's childhood home


Former Schenectady Mayor Frank Duci’s childhood home in the Stockade has been boarded up, but there are plans for renovations.

Duci going strong at 95, still loves Schenectady and its people

SCHENECTADY

Duci going strong at 95, still loves Schenectady and its people

Frank Duci, Schenectady’s longest-serving mayor, turned 95 on Saturday.

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.

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.

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.

SCOTIA

Contractor picked to install sidewalks leading to 2 Scotia schools


Adirondack Landscaping, Inc., a Scotia-based construction group, will be the company in charge of installing sidewalks leading up to two village schools.

SCHENECTADY

Man pleads guilty to attempted robbery, perjury in Schenectady


The final man charged in connection with the February 2015 incident that led to the shooting death of a city man pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempted robbery and a related perjury charge.

Niskayuna graduates head off to write new chapters in life

NISKAYUNA

Niskayuna graduates head off to write new chapters in life

For some, it’s the last box they have to check.

Schenectady grads earn degrees in the face of challenges

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady grads earn degrees in the face of challenges

As Mecca Hemphill sat around a table with five of her Schenectady High School senior classmates this week, she fought back tears. “It’s emotional because I’ve been through a lot,” Hemphill said.

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