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Save Our Streets provides backpacks, basketball and community wellness

SCHENECTADY

Save Our Streets provides backpacks, basketball and community wellness

Save Our Streets organized the inaugural "Back to School Community Days" event in Central Park this weekend, providing basketball, backpacks, food, community wellness and more.

Going underground at the Rivers Casino and Resort

SCHENECTADY

Going underground at the Rivers Casino and Resort

Work at the Mohawk Harbor site is visibly moving forward, but there’s a whole other development happening at the same time underground.

Jennica Duell's attorney asks for sentence of no more than five years for perjury

SCHENECTADY

Jennica Duell's attorney asks for sentence of no more than five years for perjury

The perjury committed by Safyre Terry’s biological mother resulted from “some of the most coercive tactics” deployed on an “already psychologically fragile woman,” the woman’s attorney argues in a new court filing.

Niskayuna resident appointed president of NYS Hospitality and Tourism Association

NISKAYUNA

Niskayuna resident appointed president of NYS Hospitality and Tourism Association

Niskayuna resident Mark Dorr, newly appointed president of the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association, discusses his new job and the challenges ahead.

Rotterdam Junction remembers being in Irene's path

ROTTERDAM JUNCTION

Rotterdam Junction remembers being in Irene's path

Five years ago, Hurricane Irene swept through the Mohawk Valley, leaving devastating floods and damage in its wake. Entire neighborhoods remained underwater for days, especially in Rotterdam Junction.

Remembering Irene, five years later

Remembering Irene, five years later

Five years later, people across the Capital Region can recall details of the flooding caused by Hurricane Irene with ease.

Schalmont soccer star to miss season for cancer treatment

CLIFTON PARK

Schalmont soccer star to miss season for cancer treatment

Schalmon freshman Davia Rossi planned to wear number 10 for this year’s soccer season.

UPDATE: Stepson ID'd as suspect in Schenectady burn case

SCHENECTADY

UPDATE: Stepson ID'd as suspect in Schenectady burn case

One man has been airlifted to Westchester Medical Center with severe burns after an altercation that ended with him on fire, police said.

Niskayuna thumb drive investigation results in felony plea

SCHENECTADY

Niskayuna thumb drive investigation results in felony plea

One of two former Niskayuna High School students arrested in connection with images on a thumb drive found hidden inside a book at the school last year admitted Thursday to an unrelated felony that sprang from the initial case.

Over 100 pay respect at Wall That Heals opening ceremony

PRINCETOWN

Over 100 pay respect at Wall That Heals opening ceremony

The Wall That Heals, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C., had its opening ceremony on Thursday in Princetown and about 100 people turned out to welcome the wall and pay their respects to the fallen soldiers.

Former corrections officer facing prison time for part in bank robbery scheme

SCHENECTADY

Former corrections officer facing prison time for part in bank robbery scheme

A former state corrections officer is now facing possible state prison time himself after admitting Wednesday to taking part in an elaborate bank robbery scheme in Rotterdam that involved a phoned-in threat against a school.

Thanks to community, Wall That Heals arrives in Princetown

PRINCETOWN

Thanks to community, Wall That Heals arrives in Princetown

The Wall That Heals, a traveling 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C., arrived in Princetown Wednesday morning, thanks to the tireless work of the community.

Mohawk Commons' Ruby Tuesday closes

NISKAYUNA

Mohawk Commons' Ruby Tuesday closes

Ruby Tuesday at Mohawk Commons in Niskayuna closed on August 15.

Schenectady airport to receive over $2m in federal funding

GLENVILLE

Schenectady airport to receive over $2m in federal funding

The Schenectady County Airport will receive more than $2 million in funding for runway and equipment upgrades.

Proctors sheet music shop to close doors Saturday

SCHENECTADY

Proctors sheet music shop to close doors Saturday

The Schenectady Van Curler Music Store has lost a long battle with the internet.

Niskayuna High School teacher to be honored with Presidential Award

NISKAYUNA

Niskayuna High School teacher to be honored with Presidential Award

President Obama will honor Niskayuna High School teacher Daniel F. Mattoon with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching on Sept. 8.

Majority of equipment removed from one of Central Park's playgrounds

SCHENECTADY

Majority of equipment removed from one of Central Park's playgrounds

A majority of equipment, except for the swing sets, at one of Schenectady's Central Park’s playgrounds was removed by the city recently.

Albany Med breaks ground on Union Street center

NISKAYUNA

Albany Med breaks ground on Union Street center

Albany Medical Center and local officials broke ground Monday on an $8.5 million care and special services center at 1769 Union St.

After months of planning, Vietnam memorial replica to arrive in Princetown

PRINCETOWN

After months of planning, Vietnam memorial replica to arrive in Princetown

The Wall That Heals, a Vietnam memorial replica, will arrive in Princetown on Tuesday after months of planning and preparation.

Chez Nous among businesses honored by Chamber of Schenectady County

Chez Nous among businesses honored by Chamber of Schenectady County

The Chamber of Schenectady County is recognizing several local businesses and business leaders with awards during an event in October.

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