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Teens charged with bomb threats in Guilderland

GUILDERLAND

Teens charged with bomb threats in Guilderland

Two teen boys were charged with making two email threats toward Guilderland High School on Nov. 21 and Nov. 29, police said.

First Night to ring in new year with magic, music, more

SARATOGA SPRINGS

First Night to ring in new year with magic, music, more

What has always been a magical night in Saratoga Springs will be filled with an array of illusions, stunts, and arts of the mind — in other words, magic — when the 21st annual First Night takes over Broadway this New Year’s Eve.

After-school fight spills into Schenectady neighbor’s yard

SCHENECTADY

After-school fight spills into Schenectady neighbor’s yard

An after-school fight promoted by students at Schenectady High School on Monday broke out a few blocks from school a half-hour after dismissal, knocking down part of a fence and spilling into the backyard of a Glenwood Boulevard home.

Is GPS at fault for repeated Glenville railroad bridge accidents?

GLENVILLE

Is GPS at fault for repeated Glenville railroad bridge accidents?

In a bizarre turn of events, a second tractor-trailer hit a low railroad overpass in Glenville Monday evening, just hours after a similar incident at the rail bridge on Glenridge Road.

Protective vests donated to Schenectady police dogs

SCHENECTADY

Protective vests donated to Schenectady police dogs

Two city police department police dogs have received bullet and stab-proof vests, thanks to a donation from a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization.

Mastroianni Brothers naming rights, equipment to be auctioned this week

SCHENECTADY

Mastroianni Brothers naming rights, equipment to be auctioned this week

Mastroianni Brothers Bakery is up for auction this week, nearly three months after the shuttered business filed for bankruptcy.

Santabarbara-sponsored autism support bill signed into law

SCHENECTADY

Santabarbara-sponsored autism support bill signed into law

A bill sponsored by a local state assemblyman that will lead to a state autism action plan has been signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo touts community development at Schenectady conference

SCHENECTADY

Cuomo touts community development at Schenectady conference

Making a rare appearance in Schenectady, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday touted the Capital Region’s revitalization.

Traveling trees headed to troops from Charlton

CHARLTON

Traveling trees headed to troops from Charlton

Trees for Troops program now reaches around 20,000 each year

Guilderland High School responds to bomb threat

GUILDERLAND

Guilderland High School responds to bomb threat

Police set up checkpoints at Guilderland High School after a bomb threat was made against the school Tuesday morning, the second such threat in eight days.

Engineer recommends demolition of Saratoga building

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Engineer recommends demolition of Saratoga building

A historic building constructed in the 1870s that connects a row of longstanding storefronts in Saratoga Springs could be coming down following an early morning fire on Thanksgiving that started at Mio Posto, an Italian restaurant at 68 Putnam St., and spread to surrounding establishments.

Karen Zalewski-Wildzumas joins Schenectady council

SCHENECTADY

Karen Zalewski-Wildzumas joins Schenectady council

Karen Zalewski-Wildzunas was sworn in Monday night as the newest member of the Schenectady City Council.

Tow truck drivers upset  over Schenectady bidding process

SCHENECTADY

Tow truck drivers upset over Schenectady bidding process

About a dozen tow trucks paraded down Jay Street outside of City Hall, causing a stir Monday night before the City Council meeting.

Capital Region residents join Dakota pipeline protest

SCHENECTADY

Capital Region residents join Dakota pipeline protest

When Stacey Midge, associate pastor of the First Reformed Church in the Stockade, traveled to the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota on Monday to spend a few days with the water protectors, the Oceti Sakowin Camp was already blanketed in snow.

SARATOGA COUNTY

Reverse 911 will keep Saratoga County residents informed

The next time a storm threatens the summertime fun at Saratoga Race Course, the fans will have a new way of finding out it’s time to take cover.

Glenville bridge struck again by tractor trailer

GLENVILLE

Glenville bridge struck again by tractor trailer

It happened again on Monday — an 18-wheel tractor-trailer tried getting under the Glenridge Road railroad bridge.

Ballston Spa man sentenced in wrong-way roundabout crash

BALLSTON SPA

Ballston Spa man sentenced in wrong-way roundabout crash

A Ballston Spa man accused of going the wrong way around a Malta roundabout and hitting another vehicle head-on last February was sentenced Monday to 1 1/3 to 4 years in state prison.

Schenectady County landowners wanted for agricultural district

SCHENECTADY COUNTY

Schenectady County landowners wanted for agricultural district

Schenectady County officials are seeking landowners interested in joining the county’s agricultural district program, which offers incentives for keeping land in farming.

Cohoes man charged with aggravated DWI, speeding

WATERFORD

Cohoes man charged with aggravated DWI, speeding

A Cohoes man was charged with aggravated DWI on Thursday following a traffic stop.

JOHNSTOWN

Gloversville woman arrested on larceny, welfare fraud charges

A 37-year-old Gloversville woman was arrested by Fulton County Sheriff’s Investigators following a welfare fraud investigation in the City of Johnstown.

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