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With Memorial Day weekend quickly approaching, travel plans are in the works for many residents across the region and that means crowded highways and roadways can be expected as they look to get out of town.
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Though religion is never an issue, the sins of the fathers is a theme that reverberates with biblical overtones in "The Place Beyond the Pines." After his intense examination of a marriage gone sour in "Blue Valentine," director/writer Derek Cianfrance teams up once again with actor Ryan Gosling to test two theories: 1) Blood is thicker than water.
Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb hasn't called on Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to resign, even as the state GOP and some of his own members have said so.
A Schenectady man is working to get his good name and his job back after he says he was falsely accused in an alleged drug ring.
The criminal case against Schenectady police Detective John Hotaling is now in the hands of the Saratoga County District Attorney's Office.
He was born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 29, 1947, a son of Louis and Beverley Johns Walker and was educated there.
The deluge of water dumped on Schenectady from Wednesday afternoon's severe thunderstorm was too much for some of the roads to handle.
Members of 57 flood-ravaged households are suing the state Canal Corp., alleging that negligence by the agency cost them a combined $4.6 million in devastation from Tropical Storm Irene.
SCHENECTADY, NY -- William Tomalonis of Chatham, NJ, has been admitted to Union College's Class of 2017.
Warren student Jennifer Silvershein, a member of the Class of 2013 at Union College, in Schenectady, N.Y., was recently honored at the college's annual Prize Day celebration.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have accused three Chinese nationals, including a renowned researcher of magnetic-resonance-imaging technology, of secretly sharing U.S.-funded research with competitors, the latest effort by the government to stem what it describes as illegal exporting of technology overseas.
This morning, after a nationwide online vote, "LIVE with Kelly and Michael" hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan announced the ten contenders in "LIVE's Truckin' Amazing Cook-Off," who will compete for a $20,000 grand prize.
U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced his plan to extend tax treatment afforded to film producers and music publishers to investors in live theatre.
By Sara Foss Gazette Reporter The goal of the Schenectady Community Action Program's new story-sharing campaign, Long Story Short, is to educate people about the work SCAP does to lift people out of poverty, provide a deeper understanding of what it's like to be poor and counteract negative stereotypes about poor people.