Jared Jackson’s life in Schenectady and service in the Civil War had been all but forgotten a decade
In this village and surrounding area, the lineman working on the power pole outside a house likely b
When Suzanne MacKay started a new job in Albany last March, she began looking for a carpool immediat
State legislation enacted last year moved up the date of New York’s presidential primary to the firs
Fonda-Fultonville student government President Evan Wadsworth broke a dozen students into teams at t
The county Water Authority’s lengthy effort to take over a state water supply permit originally issu
A federal audit has cited Hometown Health’s current management as contributing to its near collapse
The Amsterdam Industrial Development Agency board held its first formal meeting this week, where a c
Representatives of a citizens watchdog group called Friday for more details about the reasons behind
A city man is facing multiple felonies, accused of helping move $1.2 million illegally to Sudan, aut
The lights are glaring, the cameras can be inches away, and a boom microphone dangles overhead.
Johnstown firefighter Mary Ann Mowrey wanted to be a millionaire and got her chance this fall.
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