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Man pepper sprayed in Schenectady court

SCHENECTADY

Man pepper sprayed in Schenectady court

Officers pepper sprayed a prisoner in City Court this morning during a struggle where officers suspected the prisoner of having drugs.

Third man charged in Schenectady murder

SCHENECTADY

Third man charged in Schenectady murder

A third man has now been charged in connection with the May 6 home invasion killing of a Brooklyn man on Paige Street.

SCHENECTADY

Driving lanes reopen around Nicholaus building

All roads have been reopened around the Nicholaus building nearly two months after structural damage was first reported.

GE signs $3 billion Saudi deal

General Electric Co. agreed to participate in as much as $3 billion of investments across industries in Saudi Arabia as the desert kingdom seeks to diversify its economy away from oil.

Man convicted of killing Schenectady teen seeks new trial

ALBANY & SCHENECTADY

Man convicted of killing Schenectady teen seeks new trial

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.

Halfmoon still growing, though slowing

HALFMOON

Halfmoon still growing, though slowing

The most recent census estimates show Halfmoon is the fastest-growing town in one of the fastest-growing counties in the state.

DUANESBURG

Man considers plea offer in Duanesburg triple fatal crash case

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.

NORTHVILLE

State Senate candidate to forego Republican endorsement process

State Senate candidate Christian Klueg plans to forego the Republican committee endorsement process, Klueg announced on Monday.

Freedom Park announces summer concert series

SCOTIA

Freedom Park announces summer concert series

When Schenectady County needed a place to host the Bicentennial Barge back in 1976, creating a park along the banks of the Mohawk River in Scotia seemed like a pretty good idea.

BALLSTON SPA

Albany man gets 10 years in prison for armed robbery

An Albany man has been sentenced to 10 years in state prison for an armed robbery last year at a Clifton Park store.

EDINBURG

Lake Luzerne man faces two burglary counts

A Lake Luzerne man has been arrested on charges that he burglarized season camps in Edinburg, the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office said.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Two Greenfield men charged in car break-ins

Two Greenfield men were arrested Friday after they were seen entering cars, city police said.

Schenectady moves to foreclose on Jay St. property

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady moves to foreclose on Jay St. property

The city is moving to foreclose on vacant land at 100-102 Jay St., and attorneys retained by victims of the Jay Street fire plan to consolidate their claims for pretrial.

SCHENECTADY

Maxon Road Extension lane addition work starting

Work has started on Maxon Road Extension to add an additional turning lane with no road closures expected.

Saratoga Springs landmark to remain inn, guesthouse

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga Springs landmark to remain inn, guesthouse

The landmark Batcheller Mansion Inn on Circular Street has been sold, with the new owner being a top Capital Region General Electric executive.

Roads around Nicholaus Building reopen

SCHENECTADY

Roads around Nicholaus Building reopen

All roads have been reopened around the Nicholaus building nearly two months after reported structural damage.

Schenectady's Music Haven series to open July 10

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady's Music Haven series to open July 10

The Music Haven Concert Series, continuing its tradition of “traveling the world one concert at a time,” opens its 2016 free summer schedule with a performance by Pape Diouf, July 10 in Schenectady’s Central Park.

No injuries in attic fire in Schenectady

SCHENECTADY

No injuries in attic fire in Schenectady

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.

Scotia announces Freedom Park concert series

SCOTIA

Scotia announces Freedom Park concert series

Scotia’s Freedom Park will open its free summer music series June 22 with a performance by alternative rock band SIRSY.

Parents, kids flock to Union College UCARE Day

SCHENECTADY

Parents, kids flock to Union College UCARE Day

More than 520 parents and kids enjoyed the Union College UCARE Day on Sunday.

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