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It's Dan's moon: An open-air screening of "Moonstruck," Norman Jewison's 1987 romantic comedy affectionately spoofing New York Italians, will kick off the Dan DiNicola Memorial Little Italy Film Festival at dusk this Friday in the parking lot behind Perecca's restaurant, 33 N. Jay St., Schenectady.
Pablo Cruz was found guilty of second degree murder Wednesday in the death of a bicyclist during a high speed chase in 2012.
The group, to be known as the Albany Med Community Division of Gastroenterology, will continue to practice at its current location at 2147 Eastern Parkway.
The Schenectady Police Department is looking for Craig Levy, last seen a week ago.
General Electric Co. is touting an improved natural gas fuel cell that it hopes one day will provide low-cost electricity to commercial and industrial plants, as well as allow for targeted boosts to electrical grids without the need for costly large power plants and added transmission lines.
By Steven Cook Gazette Reporter Emmanuel Martinez shot and killed one man and tried to kill another last Labor Day weekend because Martinez was embarrassed in front of his friends, a prosecutor told a Schenectady County Court jury Tuesday.
The city's Bikeshare Week begins Sunday and runs for a week. There will be 25 bicycles to use in the program.
The recently completed World Cup pits one country against another. That's what global competitive sports is all about, of course.
Denise Murphy-McGraw on State Street in Schenectady. While she has made a career lobbying in Albany, she has had a hand in reshaping Schenectady as the former chairwoman of the community college there.
By Kathleen Moore Gazette Reporter After one federal agency rejected Schenectady schools Superintendent Laurence Spring's civil rights complaint, he's sending it to a second.
Schenectady attorney Anthony Fazzone, managing member of New Loudon Associates LLC, said the $70 million mixed-use development on Route 9 in Colonie, New York will bring a walkable community to the area just north of Hoffman's Playland Construction continues on a $70 million mixed-use development on Route 9 in Colonie, New York that will bring a ... (more)
"Some of that development includes condominiums, a sure sign that the initial wave of young, single students and professionals that arrived in the 2000s is now being followed by a second, more affluent, wave of professionals and families."
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