Albany teens arrested in connection to recent burglaries
On Monday, Officer Salvatore Sturiale, a neighborhood beat officer assigned to the Neighborhood Engagement Unit, was on routine patrol when he observed a pair of teens walking on Helderberg Avenue near Grove Avenue.
Fund set up for Albany woman killed in house fire
A fund has been set up for the family of an Albany woman who was killed in a hour fire.
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Schoharie board of supervisors shoot down casino resolution
Casino is the buzzword in the Mohawk Valley. The latest action is coming out of Schoharie County, where the board of supervisors took up a resolution in support of a casino.
Volunteers find storage unit flooded
On Friday afternoon, flood volunteer coordinators Gail Adamoschek and Cyndi Tracy were discouraged upon their arrival to their Palatine Bridge storage unit, as they found it flooding, with tons of donated items partially submerged in muddy water.
Farming confessional: We need to evolve so that we do not kill to eat
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Broadband projects move ahead in upstate communities
Empire State Development approved more than $9 million in previously announced grants on Friday that will take broadband Internet access to homes, businesses and community institutions in underserved areas, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Friday.
Eastern NY in line for heavy snow, up to 16 inches
Eastern New York is in line for some heavy snow, with the National Weather Service warning of 8 to 16 inches accumulating by Friday morning and near white-out conditions at time.