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Report: Foot imprint in snow helped ID Berne boy's killer
BERNE

Report: Foot imprint in snow helped ID Berne boy's killer

Monday, March 2, 2015
The snow that authorities said was used by 5-year-old Kenneth White’s killer to try and hide his tiny body was also used by investigators to identify his killer, according to documents filed in Albany County Court.
 
Brian Scavo pleas not guilty to forgery
ALBANY

Brian Scavo pleas not guilty to forgery

Monday, March 2, 2015
Former Albany County legislator Brian Scavo pleaded not guilty to forgery charges today.
 
COLONIE

Albany Med to open urgent care in Colonie

Monday, March 2, 2015
Albany Medical Center is opening its second urgent care center in the Capital Region at the Hannaford Plaza on Wolf Road in Colonie.
 
ALBANY

Restaurant targeted in lawsuit is not insured

Monday, March 2, 2015
The restaurant that is the target of multiple lawsuits related to the 2012 drunken driving crash that killed two Shenendehowa seniors and injured two other students is facing those suits without insurance.
 
CAPITAL REGION

Brokers sanctioned in McGinn, Smith case

Sunday, March 1, 2015
Seven brokers and one manager ordered sanctioned after they were found to have made material omissions and misrepresentations to clients as they recommended unregistered investments offered by McGinn, Smith & Co.
 
Albany festival honors Russian heritage
ALBANY

Albany festival honors Russian heritage

Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015
The Russian Winter Festival hosted by the New Russia Cultural Center is an incarnation of the traditional Russian Maslenitsa, often translated as “pancake week,” a celebration of the end of winter and coming of spring.
 
Guilderland landscaper builds 20-foot snowman
GUILDERLAND

Guilderland landscaper builds 20-foot snowman

Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015
If you drive down Guilderland Avenue just outside Rotterdam, you might see it: a hulking, 20-foot snowman that looks like it could snack on a Chevy Suburban.
 
A welcome taste of spring at Albany floral show
ALBANY

A welcome taste of spring at Albany floral show

Monday, Feb. 23, 2015
Spring is right around the corner. That’s what Katie Leonard said Sunday as she wandered through New York in Bloom, inspecting more than 100 floral displays created by local garden club members, professional designers and floral enthusiasts.
 
ALBANY

Manslaughter conviction upheld in deadly Charlton crash

Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
Traci Briskin’s year hiatus away from her lengthy prison sentence on a second-degree manslaughter conviction is coming to an end.
 
ALBANY

Court of Appeals upholds plea agreement in Schenectady case

Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
The state’s highest court on Thursday upheld a guilty plea to attempted burglary despite the defendant’s claims of a technicality.
 
ALBANY

Ruling could aid Smith, McGinn swindle victims

Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015
Victims of convicted swindlers David Smith and Timothy McGinn moved another small step toward getting some money back from their failed investments after a federal judge issued a ruling favoring the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s case against the business partners.
 
Breast-feeding mom hassled at Colonie buffet
COLONIE

Breast-feeding mom hassled at Colonie buffet

Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015
A Schenectady woman said she and her group of 15 were harassed by restaurant workers Friday night after she tried to nurse her 5-month-old daughter.
 
Teen accused of robbing cab driver at Crossgates
GUILDERLAND

Teen accused of robbing cab driver at Crossgates

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015
Two people who took a cab to Crossgates Mall on Tuesday turned on the cab driver and tried to rob him at gunpoint, Guilderland police said.
 

Work to replace Northway bridge in Colonie to start Monday

Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015
Work will begin Monday to replace the highway bridges that carry the Adirondack Northway over Albany-Shaker Road in Colonie, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday.
 
Fultonville man charged with gem thefts at State Museum
ALBANY

Fultonville man charged with gem thefts at State Museum

Monday, Feb. 16, 2015
A Fultonville man found himself between rocks and a jail cell this weekend after being accused of taking gemstones from vendors at a show in Alban
 
 

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