The lengthy investigation into a scheme to bilk a local company out of nearly half a million dollars ended Tuesday as another local company pleaded guilty to related crimes in court.
State Police arrested a Fultonville man in the Town of Glen late last week for allegedly driving while under the influence of marijuana.
Ballston Spa Police Chief Charles Koenig will be stepping down next month after 36 years with the village police department, the last 25 as chief.
An off-duty Schenectady police officer saved a woman’s life who was suffering from an apparent heroin overdose this morning.
Officers pepper sprayed a prisoner in City Court this morning during a struggle where officers suspected the prisoner of having drugs.
A third man has now been charged in connection with the May 6 home invasion killing of a Brooklyn man on Paige Street.
All roads have been reopened around the Nicholaus building nearly two months after structural damage was first reported.
The attorney for the man convicted of killing 15-year-old Eddie Stanley five years ago argued Monday for a new trial, telling an appellate court that “there is no way” the man received a fair trial.
The man accused of causing the September crash that killed three members of the same family is now considering a plea offer in the case.
An Albany man has been sentenced to 10 years in state prison for an armed robbery last year at a Clifton Park store.
A Lake Luzerne man has been arrested on charges that he burglarized season camps in Edinburg, the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office said.
Two Greenfield men were arrested Friday after they were seen entering cars, city police said.
Schenectady firefighters responded to reports of a fire at 1905-07 Euclid Ave. around 11 a.m. on Monday. The fire was contained to the attic and under control in about 20 minutes, Fire Chief Ray Senecal said.
A 41-year-old Halfmoon man was arrested Friday for allegedly driving drunk with a minor in the car.
Emergency crews on Sunday rescued a hiker after she fell 25 feet off a cliff on Vroman’s Nose.
A city officer suspended since March returned to work Friday after admitting to two traffic violations to resolve a misdemeanor case brought against him.
A Guatemalan man wanted for murder in his home country was arrested in Saratoga Springs last month, tripped up by fingerprints he submitted to work at the harness track, authorities said today.
A suspended city police officer formally admitted to traffic violations today, resolving the misdemeanor case brought against him.
An early morning accident on the Thruway near Exit 24 claimed the lives of two people, including a Schenectady woman, state police said.
A jury has found that a Schenectady man raped an 11-year old girl twice last year, according to the Schenectady County District Attorney's Office.
Lt. Col. Nicholas Dean, the 109th Airlift Wing inspector general, will serve as the grand marshal for the 88th annual Scotia-Glenville Memorial Day Parade, beginning today at 6:15 p.m. in the village of Scotia.