The state Health Department has approved the planned affiliation between Saratoga Hospital and Albany Medical Center.
Construction of a four-story hotel on Route 9 in Clifton Park has been delayed due to a disagreement between the developer and the contractor.
183-unit senior housing complex to get at least $7.32 million in renovations
With many people having a three-day weekend to mark Columbus Day, it's going to be a great time for a road trip.
A naval nuclear propulsion technology developer has signed a lease that will bring 350 employees to downtown Schenectady next year.
Fenimore Asset Management has made a few changes lately, installing a new president and opening a new office in the heart of the Capital Region.
National Grid on Tuesday forecast that its customers’ natural gas bills in the coming heating season would be slightly lower than during the typical upstate New York winter.
Schenectady County plans to relocate its Department of Motor Vehicles to make way for the expansion of the New York BizLab.
St. Peter’s Health Partners celebrated its fifth anniversary by opening its latest project, St. Peter’s Medical Campus, in Clifton Park on Tuesday.
The second annual Startup Saratoga start-up business networking event will be held 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Saratoga Springs City Center.
The Malta Town Board has unanimously approved a plan to rezone the western stretch of state Route 67 to allow commercial development.
The weekend fire at Cocca’s Travelodge Inn has been ruled intentional, and a suspect has been identified, police said.
The Alt, a new alt media company set to launch in mid-November, has announced its leadership team.
The Charlton Town Board has voted to drop a plan that would have allowed a cellular communications antenna to be located on the town water tower.
How to know it's a scam: The IRS doesn't initiate contact via email or social media.
Major airlines serving Albany International Airport have begun issuing travel advisories in anticipation of the advancing path of hurricane Matthew.
After decades of dispelling the "bad-beer" perception and overcoming logistical hurdles, good beers are more often being housed in homes better suited for their long-term protection: cans.
The Saratoga County Industrial Development Agency will consider offering more than $200,000 in tax breaks to help a Clifton Park company build warehouse space near GlobalFoundries.
Schenectady County legislators will discuss this week the creation of a tourism and convention bureau.
One woman was taken to the hospital and occupants are being relocated after the Travelodge Inn in Latham went up in flames Saturday night.