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Freight traffic, including a growing number of oil trains, and severe winter weather all contributed to growing delays facing Amtrak trains nationwide.
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The city of Schenectady and Chamber of Schenectady County have announced the following details for the parade, which will proceed from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, in honor of the Union College hockey team's NCAA championship: PARADE ROUTE: The parade will begin on the campus of Union College in front of Alumni Gym on Alexander Lane and proceed past Messa ... (more)
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Mayor Gary McCarthy was supposed to hit the golf course Wednesday for opening day, but snow showers on Tuesday cancelled the event.
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The legislature announced on Wednesday the list of local community organizations that will receive grant awards.
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KINGSBURY, N.Y. The Washington County Sheriff's Office needs help identifying a woman who may be connected to a larceny case.
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SCHENECTADY, N.Y. Two All-Americans took the next step Tuesday signing professional contracts in the wake of winning a national championship.
By MIKE WISNIEWSKI Associated Press PHILADELPHIA - Union College won its first NCAA hockey title Saturday night, scoring three times in a 1:54 span in the first period in a 7-4 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.
A 42-year-old Saratoga Springs woman is accused of assaulting a man in his Milton home and stealing his 2014 BMW sports utility vehicle.
It's been silent for half a century, pushed aside by more efficient diesels, but now it's coming back to life.
By Bethany Bump Gazette Reporter As more business comes to Glenville's town center and plans take shape for a massive riverfront project in Schenectady, town officials are turning their attention to Freemans Bridge Road, the corridor that connects the two.
Mayor Gary McCarthy says he'll work with college officials and local business leaders to line up a parade, possibly for Saturday in downtown Schenectady.
Mayor Gary McCarthy said he still needs to talk to college president Stephen Ainlay and Chamber of Schenectady County president Chuck Steiner, but he envisions a parade that would include many members of the community, as well as the team, riding up Union Street toward downtown Schenectady.
Police said they were allowing 400 to 500 students to drink and celebrate Union College's Division I men's hockey win Saturday night when a handful of students began throwing full beer cans and empty bottles at police.