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.
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.
Former Schenectady Mayor Frank Duci’s childhood home in the Stockade has been boarded up, but there are plans for renovations.
Frank Duci, Schenectady’s longest-serving mayor, turned 95 on Saturday.
They are the G.O.A.T — the greatest of all time — at least that’s what Friday’s Schenectady graduates argue.
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.
A man holding two knives confronted officers responding to a domestic violence call late Thursday, prompting officers to draw their weapons, police said.
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.
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.
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.
A developer is moving forward with plans for apartments and retail space on lower Union Street with help from the Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority.
Four Schenectady police lieutenants are in the running for the city’s next police chief.
David Buicko is moving forward with the original plans for the old Department of Social Services building on Nott Street.
A woman was struck by a car in Schenectady overnight and sent to the hospital.
Among the well-maintained homes and finely manicured lawns, there are hundreds of vacant homes in the area that stand out for the wrong reasons — boarded-up windows and waist-high grass in the yard.
Niskayuna schools have an outdated and inconsistently followed policy for use of its facilities by outside groups, according to an internal audit accepted by the school board Tuesday night.
Schenectady City Hall is losing another top employee.
The Capital Region received $10 million from Rush Street Gaming’s state licensing fee for the future Rivers Casino and Resort at Mohawk Harbor in Schenectady.
Schenectady’s four public pools are opening soon for the summer.
Amtrak is holding up repair work on the closed Oak Street Bridge, the city says.
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.
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.