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7 hrs ago | WTEN-TV Albany
Eric McCleary was arrested March 9 and charged with Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree after an investigation showed McCleary intentionally smashed out the front glass door to Sam's Tires on Congress Street shortly before he was arrested.
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11 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
A Saratoga County judge on Friday sentenced a Greenfield woman to four years in state prison for possessing methamphetamines and items used to manufacture "meth," prosecutors said.
When Edwards Vacuum, a United Kingdom-based company that supplies clean-room equipment to the computer chip industry, was looking to establish an office in the Albany area, it wanted to create a signature space that would also be highly functional.
Freezing rain is replacing rain in Wednesday's winter storm in areas of the Capital Region that have not received snow.
"The biggest struggle that I've found for myself is that i really wasn't certified in any specific job," said Lance Vincent, a veteran.
The largest cancer-treatment practice in New York's Capital Region will make an aggressive push into Saratoga County beginning this spring.
Hundreds of prison guards - many from the North Country - rallied yesterday outside the Capitol in Albany, demanding that Governor Andrew Cuomo cancel a plan to mothball four state prisons in July.
By Stephen Williams Gazette Reporter General Electric has reached a tentative settlement with three Saratoga County communities that contend their water supply costs rose because of the company's Hudson River PCB dredging project.
But to find the runner-up, you'd need to look about 130 miles up the Thruway to mostly rural Greene County, according to a new analysis of housing affordability by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office.
A sheriff's deputy was spared serious injury when his patrol car was hit from behind by another vehicle, authorities said.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is making a driver's ticket history so that the prosecutors can make more informed judgments when considering a plea for a current driving charge.
A city of Johnstown police officer admitted to a third-degree rape charge Tuesday and is expected to be sentenced to a year in jail, prosecutors said.