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Captain John Cooney said officers responded to call for two males involved in altercation on Jacob Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues.
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The market had $3.53 billion of exports in 2011, as the economy began slowly healing from the deep recession.
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The retrial of a Troy man charged with a triple stabbing near the city's LarkFest celebration in 2009 began Monday with prosecutors calling the incident a heinous attack, the defense labeling it a "classic case of self-defense."
At the end of this month, the iconic South End Tavern in Troy will shut its doors for good, an establishment that has existed for 79 years.
TROY, N.Y. Troy police say a pedestrian was taken to the hospital after they were struck by a car on Hoosick Street Monday night.
Scenic Hudson recently launched an online "adaptation tool box" that offers an interactive map of the Hudson from the federal dam in Troy to the northern boundary of New York City for visualizing various scenarios of where future high tides and flood zones will reach and how communities and natural resources might be affected.
TROY, N.Y. The first of the summer-long "Yappy Hour" cocktail parties kicked off at the city's newest wine bar, The Charles F. Lucas Confectionery & Wine Bar, Sunday.
The River Street Festival is one of the largest in the country stretching from Fulton to Congress Streets.
It was announced Thursday that Rene LaSpina has been named President and General Manager of WIVB-TV and WNLO-TV in Buffalo, New York, the 52nd largest television market in the U.S. Ms.
Times Union Staff photograph by Philip Kamrass -- Longtime waiter Ole, buzzes through the dining room of the South End Tavern in Troy, NY on Monday March 17, 2003 on St. Patrick's Day.
The South End Tavern, a landmark on Burden Avenue in South Troy, will close at the end of June, owner Marty Burke told The Record for today's editions.
Roddy Valente, president of R.J. Valente Cos. in Waterford, NY, bought five acres at 1 Madison Ave. in Troy to develop.
RPI president Shirley Ann Jackson addresses a gathering to announce new research initiatives Thursday June 13, 2013 at the EMPAC on the RPI campus in Troy, N.Y. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and as-yet unidentified companies are making a $100 million bet that the future of "Big Data" will change everything, from health care and the environment, ... (more)