Town selects local attorney Michael Katzer to fill vacancy
The Bethlehem Town Board has appointed a new town justice to replace Justice Mark Jordan, who died suddenly last month.
After many years of playing what's known as "friendly" cricket here in upstate NY, Schenectady based Tr-City Cricket Club has made the leap to the big time by joining the Commonwealth Cricket League out of New York City.
Local PGA chapter floats potential private involvement for municipal golf course
A possible white knight has arrived with a possible, if not distant, solution to the ongoing debate over the future of the Colonial Acres Golf Course: the PGA.
Four vehicles were involved in a crash today that temporarily closed a portion of the Delmar Bypass.
On Monday evening Aug. 22, “Kong,” a 6-pound capuchin monkey ran out the back door of his owner’s house on Hunter Road. He was seen only once since then, on Queen Anne Drive in Slingerlands on Tuesday.
County officials adjusting numbers to reflect Glenville exclusion
Schenectady County officials are advancing plans for the countywide dispatch center, but Glenville is being left out of the equation.
New rec center will feature indoor rock climbing
The Town of Halfmoon will have a “state-of-the-art” recreational facility featuring an indoor climbing gym, multipurpose gym and café in October when Capital District Youth for Christ opens the doors of its latest ministry site.
Resident’s letters show decades-long struggle for Glenridge Road railroad bridge construction
One man has held on to letters and correspondence spanning 40 years as he urged and waited for safety issues to be rectified at the Glenridge Road railroad bridge.
A Clifton Park woman was arrested under Leandra's Law after blowing a .35 BAC and having two children under the age of 16 in the car, according to State Police reports.
A public information session on the Slingerlands Fire District's plans to expand its firehouse has been pushed back.
Deborah Thompson, wife of Milton Supervisor Frank Thompson, pleaded guilty to attempted grand larceny in the third degree, a class E felony, in Saratoga County Court on Wednesday, Aug. 23, according to information from Fulton County District Attorney Louise K. Sira's office, the special prosecutor assigned to the case.
Bethlehem's asset forfeiture fund allows timely purchases, including new sidearms
Bethlehem's asset forfeiture fund allows timely purchases, including new sidearms. Thanks to a 40-year-old law, police can hit criminals where it really hurts—their wallets.
Police Lt. presents 75-year-old murder mystery
When Lt. Greg Veitch of the Saratoga Springs Police Department Investigations Division gave a presentation on the 75-year-old murder case of Adam Parillo on Tuesday, Aug. 9, at the Saratoga Springs History Museum in the Canfield Casino, it was a year’s worth of part-time reading, sleuthing and personal conclusions come to a close.
Farley shuns Center City move citing expense, inconvenience
Schenectady County Community College officials say the institution is facing a pleasant problem — it is too successful.
The Saratoga Springs Police Departments Criminal Investigation Unit arrested Galen J. Seerup, 24, of Union Street in Saratoga Springs in connection with the recent downtown burglary at Trotters Bar and Putnam Den, according to information from the police department.
Yuko Kishimoto, a Japanese native and locally known jazz pianist, completed her first album and is throwing a release party
In May, Japanese jazz pianist Yuko Kishimoto was scrambling to record her first CD before being forced back to Japan because of visa complications.