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Therapy dogs' soothing touch is popular
CAPITAL REGION

Therapy dogs' soothing touch is popular

Monday, March 23, 2015
Tuesday mornings, the day surgery waiting room in Albany Medical Center’s South Clinical Campus is a lot more cheery than usual, thanks to a big old Bernese mountain dog named Oliver.
 
22 charged in Albany heroin probe
ALBANY

22 charged in Albany heroin probe

Friday, March 20, 2015
Twenty-two people have been arrested for their alleged roles in a pair of loosely related drug rings that sold heroin and cocaine throughout the Capital Region, according to indictments unsealed Thursday in Albany County Court.
 
Neil and Jane Golub named co-chairs of SPAC's ballet gala
COLONIE

Neil and Jane Golub named co-chairs of SPAC's ballet gala

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Neil and Jane Golub, known for their philanthropic work throughout the Capital Region, will be honored as co-chairs of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s 2015 New York City Ballet Gala
 
Funeral underway for trooper who died during training run
UTICA

Funeral underway for trooper who died during training run

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Funeral services are underway for a state trooper from central New York who died last week after collapsing during a training run in Albany.
 
Defects found in tracks, tank cars along popular Spa County route
SARATOGA COUNTY

Defects found in tracks, tank cars along popular Spa County route

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
State inspectors found critical defects on railroad tracks between Fort Edward and Burnt Hills during a recent inspection, as well as defects with crude oil tank cars in Albany, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Tuesday.
 
LATHAM

Plug Power annual revenue up 141 percent

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Plug Power more than doubled its revenue last year, crediting the increase to the launch of its first-ever turnkey hydrogen solution.
 
'Renewed' restaurant team eyes next 'adventure'
LATHAM

'Renewed' restaurant team eyes next 'adventure'

Monday, March 16, 2015
The same couple who poured their souls into Maestro’s in Saratoga Springs are planning to open their newest venture, Innovo Kitchen, near the Latham-Niskayuna border this spring.
 
NY State Police: Trooper died from undetected heart ailment
ALBANY

NY State Police: Trooper died from undetected heart ailment

Monday, March 16, 2015
New York State Police say a trooper who died last week during a training run had suffered an undiagnosed heart ailment.
 
Leprechaun evades capture
ALBANY

Leprechaun evades capture

Monday, March 16, 2015
As Sarah Ryan crossed the finish line of the Catch the Leprechaun 5K race Sunday afternoon, she peeked over her shoulder looking for her running partner.
 
State trooper collapses and dies after basic-training run
ALBANY

State trooper collapses and dies after basic-training run

Friday, March 13, 2015
Police say a 23-year-old New York state trooper has collapsed and died after a basic-training run at the University at Albany campus.
 
Washington Avenue Armory puts concerts on hold in wake of melee
ALBANY

Washington Avenue Armory puts concerts on hold in wake of melee

Thursday, March 12, 2015
The Washington Avenue Armory announced Thursday it has postponed all scheduled concerts until further notice.
 
Battle over email continues in Wandering Dago lawsuit
ALBANY

Battle over email continues in Wandering Dago lawsuit

Thursday, March 12, 2015
The legal war of words over deleted emails in the Wandering Dago lawsuit against the state continued this week as attorneys for the food truck owners contended the state knew the emails had become important “and took absolutely no steps to preserve them.”
 
ALBANY

Man admits guilt in drunken Albany crash

Thursday, March 12, 2015
A Wynantskill man arrested for a New Year’s morning drunken driving incident that left nine other vehicles damaged in Albany pleaded guilty Wednesday, the Albany County District Attorney’s Office said.
 
ALBANY

Albany eyes steps to avoid future concert melees

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Albany city officials are meeting to discuss what can be done to prevent a repeat of this weekend’s violence at the Washington Avenue Armory.
 
Cops: Man scammed Saratoga Springs special needs client out of $250,000
SARATOGA SPRINGS

Cops: Man scammed Saratoga Springs special needs client out of $250,000

Monday, March 9, 2015
Her goal was to produce a musical tribute to her deceased child.
 
 

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