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Schenectady CROP Walk raises $50,000 to fight hunger

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady CROP Walk raises $50,000 to fight hunger

Despite drizzly weather, about 400 people turned out Sunday afternoon to walk a few kilometers and raise an estimated $50,000 to fight hunger, in Schenectady and around the world.

ALBANY

UAlbany expects over 3,000 grads

The University of Albany expects to graduate more than 2,100 undergraduates during its 172nd Commencement Ceremony May 15. Schenectady school board to hold forum, information sessions on projects

GUILDERLAND

Colonie man accused of DWI with daughter in car

A Colonie man faces a felony charge after Guilderland police said he got drunk, drove with a child in his vehicle and was involved in a crash.

MALTA

Malta man accused of felony DWI on Northway

A Malta man faces a felony drunk driving charge after being arrested early Saturday morning on the Northway, state police said.

MALTA

Kinns Road to be shut down for a day for excavation

Part of busy Kinns Road will be closed Wednesday while Saratoga County makes repairs prior to a paving project.

Greenmarket returns to outdoor location

SCHENECTADY

Greenmarket returns to outdoor location

The Schenectady Greenmarket is back outdoors — and vendors and customers are thrilled, even if the weather wasn’t helping Sunday.

Schenectady student earns Colgate University's top honor

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady student earns Colgate University's top honor

When Providence Ryan was a biology student at Schenectady High School, she learned how to be a teacher. With the guidance of biology teacher Annie Chien, she was often called on to lead the class through daily assignments — all of the students were.

Accident victim’s mother, Shen students collaborate on new safety campaign

CLIFTON PARK

Accident victim’s mother, Shen students collaborate on new safety campaign

Four years after the death of Shenendehowa senior Chris Stewart, his mother, Regina Stewart, continues to honor her son’s memory by urging others to drive responsibly through her Steer Clear campaign.

Run on GOP ticket with Trump? Big names are fleeing

Run on GOP ticket with Trump? Big names are fleeing

A remarkable range of leading Republicans have been emphatic publicly or privately that they do not want to be considered as Donald Trump’s running mate.

MALTA

Malta man charged with stabbing 70-year-old dad

Ronald T. Paige has been arrested on charges that he repeatedly stabbed his 70-year-old father Saturday.

In Glens Falls, finding revenue in bottled water

Tetra Pak, a food packaging and processing company, creates the Just Water packaging and ships the containers flat to Glens Falls, where they are shaped and filled.

‘Cellblock Albany’ awaits more ex-New York State legislators

ALBANY

‘Cellblock Albany’ awaits more ex-New York State legislators

Down the hall came Inmate No. 78764-053, a man diminished by the loss of the $2,500 suit and the $800 shoes he had just been forced to exchange for a jumpsuit, following a guard to his cell.

Bastion of folk music toasts its future

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Bastion of folk music toasts its future

Caffe Lena this weekend hosted Folkathon!, a musical festival featuring dozens of artists that is part of their $1.5 million capital campaign in support of the renovation.

SCCC mentoring program to start with 100 students

SCHENECTADY

SCCC mentoring program to start with 100 students

Steady Moono, who joined SCCC last year as president, plans to introduce a mentorship model he fine-tuned while at his previous school in Pennsylvania, beginning with 100 students.

Florists get busy with Mother's Day on the way

CAPITAL REGION

Florists get busy with Mother's Day on the way

Flowers will be front and center this week as kids of all ages get ready for Mother’s Day, which runs neck-and-neck with Valentine’s Day as the biggest day of the year for giving flowers to loved ones.

Together time makes Mother's Day special for ‘dog moms’

SARATOGA

Together time makes Mother's Day special for ‘dog moms’

Not every mom has a kid. But some treat their pets like children, and many will be getting cards and other gifts from their four-legged kids next Sunday.

Capital Region Muslim community comes to aid of those in need

SCHENECTADY

Capital Region Muslim community comes to aid of those in need

April 30 marked National Muslim Soup Kitchen Day with eight community sites throughout the Capital Region serving free meals to those in need.

PALATINE BRIDGE

Palatine Bridge church concert set on historic organ

There will be a concert celebrating Trinity Lutheran Church’s historic organ at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 6 at the church, 5426 Route 10 north.

Federal inquiry into Cuomo project in Buffalo focuses on a former aide

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan and the FBI are looking into whether the former senior aide, Joseph Percoco, and his wife failed to properly disclose thousands of dollars in income they had received from a company or companies doing business with the state, two of the people briefed on the matter said.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady police: Driver intentionally hit pedestrian after fight

A Guilderland man used his car to intentionally strike a pedestrian after a bar fight last weekend, using his car as a weapon, authorities said.

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