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Earlier this week, groups that represent local government officials came out against Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed $1.4 billion property tax freeze , which would rebate homeowners for modest property tax increases over the next two years if local governments stay within the tax cap and work together to more efficiently share services.
Schumer visited Schenectady in the fall of 2013 and asked local officials what the federal government could do to help the city.
Authorities say a Canadian man is hospitalized for a mental health evaluation after he jumped from a moving Amtrak train as it traveled in upstate New York.
A Schenectady man has been charged with murder after police say he sexually assaulted a child, and murdered a child born to one of his alleged victims and disposed of its body.
The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved a $3 million loan for the City of Schenectady.
Three people have been taken to the hospital, one of which was airlifted, according to the Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office.
Troopers assisted the Regional Market Loss Prevention Investigators from the CVS Pharmacy on Broadway just after 5 p.m. Tuesday with a shoplifting complaint.
EAST GREENBUSH, N.Y. A local woman was charged Saturday after an investigation showed her claims of being abducted were false.
The Vincennes men won their 19th National Junior College Athletic Association championship over the weekend, while Erie Community College took the women's title for the 28th time at Thruway Lanes in Cheektowaga, N.Y. Vincennes won by more than 500 pins over the field, finishing with 13,671 to claim the victory.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. On Wednesday evening, the staff of the Schenectady City School District will meet with Superintendent Larry Spring to see what they think can be cut from next year's budget.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. Two local men were arrested and charged with multiple counts of grand larceny for stealing over a half million dollars in a business scheme.
Troopers allege that Charles Quakenbush violated an order of protection by pushing a 12-year-old child and throwing objects during an incident at his home where he appeared to be intoxicated.
By Steven Cook Gazette Reporter The knife-wielding man who rushed at police officers and was shot in the lobby of The Daily Gazette in 2011 was released from state prison Friday but may be going back soon, state officials said.