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Schenectady, New York is located in Schenectady County. Zip codes in Schenectady, NY include 12309, 12307, and 12308. The median home price in Schenectady is $103,000 which is roughly $65/per square foot. More Schenectady information.

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Where are the farmers markets?

A busy market place with fresh produce for sale at the Little Seed Gardens booth during the Troy Farmers Market on Saturday July 5, 2014 in Troy, N.Y. Cecilia Stein reads a book behind the Little Seed Gardens booth as she waits for her boy friend Alex Elmasri who was working the stand during the Troy Farmers Market on Saturday July 5, 2014 in Troy, ... (more)

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Albany Times Union

Metroplex OKs Foster Building

The sale of the historic Foster Building on State Street to a Troy developer, which has plans for upscale apartments, won approval Wednesday night.

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Berkshire Eagle

Williamstown Theatre FestivaL: 'June Moon' A cynic, a romantic hand in hand

Watching Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman's 1929 comedy "June Moon" in the song-laden, atmospheric, workmanlike production it is being given on the Williamstown Theatre Festival's Main Stage, there is an underlying sense of two plays at work.

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Business Journal

a Albany home to first Bitcoin ATM in New York

New York City may have more people using the digital form of currency, but Albany can now boast having the first Bitcoin ATM in New York state.

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Nippertown!

Real Good for FREE: Summer Night Beach Party @ Schenectady's State & Jay Streets

On Friday , Schenectady County's annual Summer Night celebration is taking on a beach party theme, taking "casual Friday" to a whole other level.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Albany Times Union

Editorial: A toast to the Pine Bush

In the late 1970s, the Pine Bush, the sprawling pine barrens that extend from the city of Albany to Schenectady County, was considered by some a vast wasteland ripe for development.

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Albany Times Union

Photos: Broadway Camp at Proctors

Broadway actor Kevin McGuire, center, demonstrates how student, Sophie Bylina, left, 15, from Bennington, VT, might react in a scene during Broadway Camp at The School of the Performing Arts at Proctors on Monday, July 7, 2014, in Schenectady, N.Y. The school offers instruction in dance and acting.

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The Gazette

Driver in fatal Thruway crash charged with felonies

By Steven Cook Gazette Reporter The driver in a weekend Thruway accident that left two of his passengers killed and a Schenectady man in another car injured was charged Tuesday with multiple felonies, including aggravated vehicular homicide.

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Albany Times Union

Albany County sheriff announces recruits, promotions

Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple, center front, welcomed 13 members to positions within the Law Enforcement Division on Monday.

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WSTM-TV Syracuse

Schenectady man charged with selling heroin in Oneonta

Investigators arrested 28-year-old Tyron Edward Morris on Monday in Schenectady County when he showed up to his probation appointment.

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Albany Times Union

Gazette: Morrette's in Schenectady to

The signature steak sandwich, along with Morrette's other recipes, the Morrette's name and the building at 1126 Erie Blvd. will be sold to Frank and Kathleen Martin.

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Albany Times Union

Gazette: Morrette's in Schenectady to reopen

Exterior of Morrette's King Steak House, on Erie Boulevard in Schenectady, NY, in 2009.

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WGY-AM Albany

Morette's to reopen in Schenectady

Some uplifting news for fans of Morette's restaurant in Schenectady. After nearly 70 years in business, they closed after the retiring owners failed to sell it.

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FOX23

Proctors Theater State Street marquee to go digital

Tuesday morning Proctors Theater in Schenectady will be removing their iconic State Street marquee so they can go digital.

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The Gazette

New owners to reopen Morette's

By Bethany Bump Gazette Reporter Good news, Schenectady: Your beloved steak sandwich - you know, the thin-sliced ribeye, three kinds of cheeses, mushrooms and peppers, all piled generously on a thick roll - will soon be available once more.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

NYSP Public Record

Massena-based state police charged Richard S. Gordon, 53, of Massena with two counts of second-degree harassment following an investigation into an incident reported to troopers at 9:28 a.m. June 6 from the town of Louisville.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin

All in: $11M spent in NY by casino interests

Four upstate casinos are expected to boost economic development. So far, they've boosted the coffers of lobbyists and lawmakers' campaigns.

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Business Journal

a Transfinder rolls out new training for customers

Transfinder Corp., a software developer headquartered in Schenectady, New York, will use its new $7 million downtown headquarters this week to offer its first intensive training program for clients.

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Albany Times Union

Table Hopping giveaway: Gift certificate to new Brew shop...

Brew , a new shop featuring craft beer and fine coffee and tea, opened Friday at 209 Lark St., at the corner of State Street, in Albany.

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Albany Times Union

Where traffic might be tied up this

I-890, Schenectady: Lane closures for bridge work are on westbound 890 between exits 6 and 4, and eastbound between exits 2 and 5. Route 4, North Greenbush: Nighttime paving on Route 4 from South Road to Route 43 is under way.

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