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Scotia-Glenville football coach Kevin Warren steps down

SCOTIA & GLENVILLE

Scotia-Glenville football coach Kevin Warren steps down

Assistant Ron Ashcraft takes over Tartans program.

Durant, Anthony only Team USA Olympic holdovers

NEW YORK

Durant, Anthony only Team USA Olympic holdovers

Zika played a role in some decisions

SCHENECTADY

Proctors sets schedule for free summer movies

Movies are part of summer.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady to pave 12 miles of streets

The city of Schenectady is paving nearly 12 miles of streets this year.

Jose Reyes: Wrong player at the worst time

Jose Reyes: Wrong player at the worst time

Reyes could help the Mets win, but at what cost?

COLONIE

Four accused of kidnapping man in Colonie


Four men from out of state are facing kidnapping and other charges in a new indictment for allegedly taking a man and assaulting him in Colonie earlier this month, Albany County district attorney’s officials said.

GALWAY

Missing Galway mother found dead


The search for a missing Galway mother that began last month has ended with the discovery of her body in a heavily wooded area near where she was last seen, state police said.

ROTTERDAM

Man faces 5 years in prison for Rotterdam break-in


An Oneonta man is to get up to five years in state prison for breaking into a construction trailer and later lying to a grand jury.

SCHENECTADY

Man charged in Rotterdam shooting remains free on $215K bond


A man accused of shooting another man in Rotterdam last year and then later driving drunk will remain free on a total of $215,000 bond, a judge ruled Monday.

Boyark to run for state Assembly

MECHANICVILLE

Boyark to run for state Assembly

Republican Christopher Boyark on Monday formally launched his campaign for the 113th Assembly District seat, promising conservative values and a business-friendly approach to government.

Capital Region fireworks sales spark seasonal debate

CAPITAL REGION

Capital Region fireworks sales spark seasonal debate

Some things have changed about seasonal fireworks sales in New York state.

Hotel to open at Saratoge racino on Thursday

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Hotel to open at Saratoge racino on Thursday


The Victorian-modern hotel that has given the Saratoga Casino Hotel its new name is about to open after more than a year of construction.

Brandywine Avenue in Schenectady due for safety upgrades

SCHENECTADY

Brandywine Avenue in Schenectady due for safety upgrades


The city received $1.26 million in state funding for safety improvements to Brandywine Avenue.

UAlbany's Hooley to play pro basketball in England

ALBANY

UAlbany's Hooley to play pro basketball in England

Australian hit most famous shot in Great Danes' history

Fire strikes three houses in Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM

Fire strikes three houses in Amsterdam

Amsterdam firefighters are battling a blaze that took down three houses on West Main Street this evening.

Volkswagen to pay $14.7B to settle diesel scandal claims in U.S.

Volkswagen to pay $14.7B to settle diesel scandal claims in U.S.

Volkswagen has agreed to pay nearly $15 billion to settle claims stemming from its diesel emissions cheating scandal in what would be one of the largest consumer class-action settlements ever in the United States.

US markets fall and UK credit rating cut; no crisis, Treasury chief says

WASHINGTON

US markets fall and UK credit rating cut; no crisis, Treasury chief says

Major U.S. stock indexes fell sharply again Monday while two leading companies cut Britain’s credit rating in the wake of last week’s vote to leave the European Union.

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

CINCINNATI

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

If there was any doubt that Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren are the "it" couple of the moment in Democratic politics, it was silenced here Monday when they took the stage together for the first time.

Bill Cunningham, legendary Times fashion photographer, dies at 87

Bill Cunningham, legendary Times fashion photographer, dies at 87

Bill Cunningham, the street-style photographer whose photo essays for The New York Times memorialized trends ranging from fanny packs to Birkin bags, gingham shirts and fluorescent biker shorts, died Saturday in New York. He was 87.

Supreme Court: OK to ban convicted domestic abusers from owning guns

WASHINGTON

Supreme Court: OK to ban convicted domestic abusers from owning guns

In a 6-2 decision, the court said people who’ve been convicted of domestic abuse can be banned from owning firearms.

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