An assault suspect was hospitalized Monday night with hypothermia after hiding in a tree to evade ca
State officials say the New York Racing Association will continue to operate the Aqueduct, Belmont a
Thanks a million took on a whole new meaning when a “grateful patient” gave $1 million to Albany
The American Red Cross is assisting a family of five with temporary lodging after a Sunday evening f
Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s Executive Budget reduces aid and shifts state costs totaling millions to counti
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the state’s multimillion dollar Empire Zone program isn’t mon
Zhen Zhang, a visiting professor of East Asian Studies at Union College, said Saturday he is stun
The new administrative team at the Children’s Museum at Saratoga is creating programs for older c
What happens when students approach a Common Council member asking how they can help? They could
In his inexplicable way, Bill Ryan was true to himself right to the end.
The hidden fuel behind the downtown resurgence may just be women.
Less than 10 years after graduating at the top of the Johnstown High School class of 1998, Ian Barke
Waite: Was the Gazette’s Thanksgiving cover tone deaf or did it touch the right nerve?
Schenectady, Saratoga Co. gas tax caps nearing end
Schenectady nonprofit launches holiday wish tag program
Saratoga Springs officials express ire over Broadway probe restraining order
Saratoga Springs City Council sets public hearings to address downtown violence, earlier bar closing times