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SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga man faces felony drug charges

A city man was arrested Tuesday on felony drug sale charges, city police said.

Petta’s Restaurant says goodbye after 65 years

SCHENECTADY

Petta’s Restaurant says goodbye after 65 years

People have been ordering off the menu — and off the walls — at Petta’s Restaurant. The photos leave today. So will Petta's.

Lawsuit settled in harboring  case at Llenroc

REXFORD

Lawsuit settled in harboring case at Llenroc

The undocumented immigrant harbored in the Llenroc mansion has settled her lawsuit against the woman convicted of harboring her, but the settlement she’ll receive was disappointing, according to her attorney.

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli gets tour of Schenectady

SCHENECTADY

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli gets tour of Schenectady

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli visited Schenectady to tour progress in the city with local officials on Friday, who said the focus will shift to development in the neighborhoods.

MECHANICVILLE

Mechanicville man sentenced to prison on drug charge

A Mechanicville man was sentenced on Friday to four years in state prison on a drug charge.

SCHENECTADY

Woman charged in Schenectady burglary after DNA match

A Queens woman was charged with committing a burglary last year after a DNA match, authorities said.

SCHENECTADY

Two Schenectady teens accused of assaulting officer

Two city teens are accused of assaulting a police officer, authorities said.

MILTON

Milton man charged with strangling tenant

The manager of the Creek and Pines Mobile Home Park is under arrest and a tenant is in critical condition following an altercation early Friday morning, the Saratoga County Sheriff's Department said.

FMCC receives $2M bequest

FULTON & MONTGOMERY COUNTIES

FMCC receives $2M bequest

Signs of progress are everywhere on the campus of Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

Police: Saratoga Springs man sold narcotics

Police: Saratoga Springs man sold narcotics

A Saratoga Springs man was arrested Tuesday on felony drug sale charges, city police said.

TROY

Woman stabbed in Troy alley

A 30-year-old woman was found stabbed in a Troy alley around 11 p.m. Thursday, police said.

Three vying for two seats on Schenectady school board

SCHENECTADY

Three vying for two seats on Schenectady school board

Schenectady City School District voters next month will have a chance to stick with experience, opt for a newcomer or split the difference.

AMSTERDAM

Town of Amsterdam seeks ban on explosive

In the video a man is seen pouring bags of white granules into a plastic bucket and hand mixing them with smaller packets of gray granules. He repeats the process several times as a twangy banjo plucks away in the background.

Capital Region relay teams to swim length of Lake George

LAKE GEORGE

Capital Region relay teams to swim length of Lake George

Six relay teams of swimmers from the Capital Region have been selected to compete in the 32-mile Lake George Marathon Swim on Sept. 17-18.

CDTA bus ridership increases for third year in a row

CAPITAL REGION

CDTA bus ridership increases for third year in a row

The Capital District Transportation Authority carried 17.1 million riders in the last fiscal year, setting another ridership record, authority officials said this week.

Broadband coming to Adirondacks, state says

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Broadband coming to Adirondacks, state says

The state’s rural broadband initiative should lead to more and better Internet service in the Adirondacks by the end of 2018, Adirondack local government leaders were told Thursday.

Amsterdam's pedestrian bridge to open on Labor Day

AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam's pedestrian bridge to open on Labor Day

State and county officials said the Mohawk Valley Gateway Overlook pedestrian bridge will be opened to the public on Labor Day, Sept. 5.

State audit finds Princetown Town Court kept sloppy records

PRINCETOWN

State audit finds Princetown Town Court kept sloppy records

It was a tumultuous time in the Princetown court system, with five different judges presiding in less than three years.

Gloversville man, 70, indicted in wife’s murder

GLOVERSVILLE

Gloversville man, 70, indicted in wife’s murder

The Gloversville man accused of using a hatchet, fire poker and a knife to attack and kill his wife of 51 years has been indicted, according to the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.

SCHENECTADY

Habitat's Women Build Week starts Saturday in Schenectady

Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County will kickoff its Women Build Week on April 30.

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