Traffic in the city has fallen to a crawl on Nott Street and a portion of Erie Boulevard.
The race for a recently vacated Schenectady City Council seat pits two neighbors against each other.
Maya Lin, the artist and architect known for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington and the Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery, Ala., will be speaking at Union College today.
Schenectady City Council members met Wednesday to discuss three proposals delivered by council president Leesa Perazzo in an effort to increase tax cuts for residents.
Union College has entered an agreement with the Capital District Transportation Authority that will let Union students ride CDTA buses for free.
The Capital Region Chamber has chosen its new home in Schenectady: it will move from the building it owns at 306 State St. to leased space at 1473 Erie Blvd. in April.
Five Schenectady police officers are cooperating with an investigation into a May incident involving Mayor Gary McCarthy.
Friday morning’s arson fire at the Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons field house caused about $70,000 in damage to the football team’s gear alone, athletic director Patrick Moran said Tuesday.
The fate of the Nicholaus Building remains in limbo as local officials wait for word from the building owner.
Officials are seeking community feedback through two new surveys as part of an ongoing community needs assessment in Schenectady.
A few Schenectady police officers were promoted and honored during Monday’s City Council meeting.
A federal judge Monday ordered a Schenectady man accused of lying to a grand jury investigating the 2013 Hulett Street arson fire that killed four people and maimed Safyre Terry be held pending trial.
Kevin Hawkins, the man authorities said was doused with gasoline by his stepson in August and then set on fire, has died, a prosecutor confirmed this afternoon.
The first of three phases, part of a series of modernization projects Ellis Medicine began several years ago, has been completed.
A morning fire destroyed the Holy Trinity football team's equipment a day before the team's first-ever playoff game, police said.
The Schenectady Foundation will provide a $100,000 grant for amenities to be added to Tribute Park on Eastern Avenue, officials announced Thursday.
A Schenectady man fled from a traffic stop Sunday, only to be quickly caught, authorities said.
An Albany man is accused of scamming a local jewelry store out of a $25,000 diamond, authorities said.
A city woman bit off a large portion of another woman’s ear during an argument last month, authorities said.
Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady is on track for a February opening, Rush Street Gaming CEO Greg Carlin told members of the local business community on Thursday.
A 30-year state trooper described as a role model for younger officers was killed Wednesday morning after being struck by a vehicle, state police said.
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.