Municipal leaders across Schenectady County are divided on whether action is needed to address concerns over the sale of sparkling devices.
Jumpin’ Jack’s Drive-In in Scotia will host its annual fireworks show tonight after the initial date was canceled due to severe weather.
A pair of Capital Region counties — Schenectady and Fulton — received state audits that addressed flaws in their respective social services departments.
A former employee at Schenectady ARC has been charged with raping a client.
DNA found on a rubber band helped lead to a drug arrest related to a Schenectady woman’s 2014 heroin overdose death, according to federal court filings.
Around Saratoga Springs, everyone seems to have hit on the same metaphor this year.
The Schoharie County coroner on Thursday formally identified the three people killed in last Saturday’s plane crash in Sloansville, among them an official with Major League Baseball.
The days of the Nelson Avenue Extension bridge over the Northway could be numbered.
A Schenectady man acquitted of charges related to a 2014 fight is suing the Schenectady Police Department for alleged excessive force during his arrest and other claims.
Volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers are now included in New York's "Move-Over" law.
Public hearings will be held in the next two weeks for comment on a potential new area code in the Capital Region.
Pokémon Go, the wildly popular augmented-reality smartphone game expanded officially into 26 more countries this week, even as some security and religious authorities around the globe expressed alarm.
For years, the NFL relied on, and endorsed the medical expertise of, a rheumatologist with no formal training in neurology or brain science who denied a link between head trauma and certain brain diseases.
Jerika Bolen is going to prom. And, as you can expect from a 14-year-old with purple hair, she has thought a lot about her outfit.
Republican leaders attempted Wednesday to steer their national convention in a more substantive and unified direction behind GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Police in South Florida shot an unarmed black caretaker Monday as he tried to help his autistic patient.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has hit Amsterdam with a $55,000 civil penalty for a series of environmental violations related to the Clean Water Act and the city’s sewer system.
Montgomery County and elected officials announced Wednesday they had secured funding to resurface and repave the county’s portion of the Erie Canalway Trail.
The city Planning Commission approved a retail building at the Mohawk Harbor site and single-family homes along Barrett Street during a meeting Wednesday evening.
The City Council has taken the possibly unprecedented step of censuring Mayor Joanne Yepsen over a finding that she violated the city ethics code by creating a potential conflict of interest.
Notorious Schenectady sex offender Alan Horowitz will remain in state custody, officially under civil confinement, after a judge ruled that he cannot be safely released into the community.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.