• By Times Union   -   Apr 20, 2018

    SPA CITY'S PERMANENT CODE BLUE SHELTER WINS APPROVAL

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 20, 2018

    TROY TO FIGURE OUT ITS FUTURE PAYMENT FOR GARBAGE DISPOSAL

    TROY - The city administration expects to have a plan in place to deal with trash by the time the preliminary 2019 budget is unveiled...

    Finance
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    UALBANY MEN'S LACROSSE WELCOMES BACK FIELDS

    Senior attack Connor Fields comes back from a right knee injury as UAlbany (10-1), in its first game since suffering its only loss...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    GLENS FALLS MEN ARRESTED IN CRACK COCAINE BUST

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    SHERIFF: BALLSTON SPA MAN ARRESTED ON CHILD PORN CHARGES

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    VICTIMS OF SHADY LAWYERS REIMBURSED

    ALBANY - An agency that reimburses victims of crooked attorneys paid nearly $36,000 last year to the clients of former Capital Region...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    SOLVE EARTH DAY PUZZLES TO WIN A FIVE RIVERS RACE

    BETHLEHEM - The fourth annual Amazing Earth Day Race has drawn 16 teams, each with between 4 to 16 members, ranging in age from pre-teens...

    World
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    TROY ART GALLERY FEATURES NEW INSTALLATION ON IMMIGRATION

    Painted by Syrian artist Nada Odeh, "I Am Syria" is the opening piece in Collar Works' new art exhibit "Article 13." The exhibit is...

    Art
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    COURT ORDERS RANIERE TO PAY $444,000 IN LEGAL FEES

    ALBANY - A federal appeals court in Texas has ordered NXIVM founder Keith Raniere to pay more than $444,000 in attorneys' fees to AT&T...

    Technology, Market
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    TROY MURDER TRIAL TESTIMONY IDENTIFIES SUSPECTED KILLER IN 2016 HOMICIDE

    TROY - A man who made a career of robbing drug dealers was paid $1,000 to frighten an alleged South Troy dealer, according to testimony...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    RIVER DREDGING SET FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY CLEANUP OF GASLIGHT-ERA TOXINS

    Granville A popular trout stream in Washington County village will be dredged later this year under the state Superfund program to...

    Travel, Running
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    ALBANY WANTS COUNTY TO PONY UP TRASH MONEY

    The city wants its garbage money and officials are willing to sue Albany County to get it. Albany city Treasurer Darius Shahinfar said...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    DEMOCRATS “FEEL GOOD” ABOUT POTENTIAL LONG ISLAND UPSET

    Democrats in Suffolk County think they can turn another Assembly District from red to blue this year. The 10th Assembly District, which...

    Republicans, Election, Democrats
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    STATE: MOREAU TAXPAYERS OVERTAXED IN 2015, 2016

    An audit from the state Comptroller's Office has determined the Town of Moreau based its 2015 and 2016 budgets on unrealistic estimates...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    ANNUAL HEARST LECTURE AT COLLEGE OF SAINT ROSE TO FOCUS ON WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    ALBANY LAW CONFERS HONORARY DEGREE ON ALEXANDER HAMILTON

    ALBANY - Albany Law School will next month honor a pair of notable New Yorkers with honorary degrees as part of its annual commencement...

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    ALBANY MAN FACES 4 YEARS IN PRISON FOR DWI

    An Albany man faces up to four years in state prison after his third conviction for an alcohol related driving incident.

  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    WHEN IS A TEST NOT A TEST? WHEN IT'S AN OPT OUT 'LEARNING ACTIVITY'

    Although his daughter was a top scorer last year, Jason Chaplin didn't want his fourth grader to take the statewide English Language...

    Art
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    FATHOM TO SCREEN 'BANDSTAND,' BROADWAY MUSICAL WITH LOCAL TIES

    “Bandstand,” the Broadway swing musical with Capital Region ties that follows the pain and aspirations of World War II vets, will screen...

    World
  • By Times Union   -   Apr 19, 2018

    OUTDOORS: CHOOSE SPRING HIKES CAREFULLY TO AVOID MUD, SNOW

    In November, we wait for the snow to fall, softening the trees' bare branches and offering a chance to ski. But by April, we want to...