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Ceremony remembers pets that perished in Jay Street fire
GLENVILLE

Ceremony remembers pets that perished in Jay Street fire

Saturday, March 28, 2015
Photos of Kayden, Jiminy, Toki, Tiberius and Karma hung alongside photos of Jack, Nermal, Onyx, Splat, Zanzil, Adolph and Thumper — cats, dogs and a rabbit — at the Animal Protective Foundation in Glenville as some of those who survived the devastating Jay Street fire in Schenectady gathered to mourn their loss.
 
Early-morning fire hits Albany Street apartment building
SCHENECTADY

Early-morning fire hits Albany Street apartment building

Saturday, March 28, 2015
A 48-unit apartment building on Albany Street was hit by fire early this morning, forcing residents out into the cold morning.
 
Damage from Jay Street fire will keep three businesses closed
SCHENECTADY

Damage from Jay Street fire will keep three businesses closed

Saturday, March 28, 2015
The buildings on both sides of the destroyed 100-102 and 104 Jay St. are in need of rehabilitation, forcing three businesses to keep their doors closed three weeks after the fatal fire.
 
Schenectady police face abuse suit from Union student
SCHENECTADY

Schenectady police face abuse suit from Union student

Friday, March 27, 2015
The Union College student whose face was seen bloodied after his arrest during last year’s rowdy celebration of the school’s national hockey championship has formally filed a lawsuit against the city.
 
Former Niskayuna resident joins National Teachers Hall of Fame
NISKAYUNA

Former Niskayuna resident joins National Teachers Hall of Fame

Friday, March 27, 2015
Richard Ognibene, a former Niskayuna resident, was inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame, a distinction he said honors the entire profession and stresses the importance of educators.
 
Schenectady's HOMES program adds new partner
SCHENECTADY

Schenectady's HOMES program adds new partner

Friday, March 27, 2015
Miranda Real Estate Group, one of the largest independent real estate firms in the Capital Region, has signed on to Mayor Gary McCarthy’s Home Ownership Made Easy in Schenectady program.
 
SCHENECTADY

SCCC to offer courses on problem gambling

Friday, March 27, 2015
Schenectady County Community College, which began offering a popular casino and gaming management program in 2013 and should soon be in the shadow of a new casino, will offer classes in the fall on how to counsel people with gambling issues.
 
Scotia-Glenville's win streak ends at 53
ALBANY

Scotia-Glenville's win streak ends at 53

Friday, March 27, 2015
Scotia-Glenville's 53-game basketball winning streak came to an end this morning, as Canisius defeated the Tartans 68-63 in overtime in the semifinals the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions at the University at Albany.
 
SCHENECTADY

11 arrested on drug, weapons charges in Sch'dy area

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Eleven people were arrested Thursday on charges of selling crack cocaine and guns in the Schenectady area.
 
Duanesburg residents OK capital school projects
DUANESBURG

Duanesburg residents OK capital school projects

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Duanesburg Central School District residents overwhelmingly approved an $18.8 million capital project Thursday.
 
Victim of Jay Street fire shares tale of terror
SCHENECTADY

Victim of Jay Street fire shares tale of terror

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Ron Crandall said doctors told him he is healing well, but physical therapy would be a long process.
 
SCHENECTADY

Unlicensed Schenectady dogs could be deemed 'dangerous'

Thursday, March 26, 2015
The two dogs who attacked a boy Wednesday on Avenue B were unlicensed and could soon be cited as dangerous dogs, police said today.
 
Jumpin' Jack's opening means winter is over — despite the weather
SCOTIA

Jumpin' Jack's opening means winter is over — despite the weather

Thursday, March 26, 2015
When the knifing rain started to fall around 11 a.m. Thursday, just as Jumpin’ Jack’s Drive-In opened for the season, it felt like a brutal winter that just won’t end was tightening its grip yet again.
 
ALBANY

Testimony ends in case against Kenneth White's aunt

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Testimony in the abuse case against Brenda Van Alstyne, the aunt of 5-year-old homicide victim Kenneth White, wrapped up Thursday in Albany County Family Court.
 
West Glenville high-ropes course finds support amid criticism
GLENVILLE

West Glenville high-ropes course finds support amid criticism

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Amid a crowd of West Glenville residents strongly opposed to the high-ropes course Michael Cellini wants to build on Johnson Road, supporters of the project made their voices heard for the first time Wednesday night.
 
 

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