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Saratoga Springs police say Nelson Bernard, 52, of Hoosick Falls died two days after being injured Nov. 22 at construction site behind Rip Van Dam building
Schalmont graduate averaging 27.5 points per game through the first four.
A 43-year-old man who was indicted earlier this year for manslaughter in connection with the death of Kentish Bennett, a well known area songwriter, musician and drag performer, pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge of criminally negligent homicide and faces up to four years in prison when sentenced.
Four people were arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery in Greene County on Nov. 19, but two other suspects remain at large.
Sophomore Joey Carino has two years of eligibility left and freshman Tyler Szalkowski has three years remaining.
There seems to be scant prospect of playing time for either player after Poffenbarger transferred in from Old Dominion and won Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Rookie of the Year.
The Saints beat Florida State on Thursday and Seton Hall on Sunday in the ESPN Events Invitational in Kissimmee, Fla., the first time Siena has defeated two high-major programs during the same regular season.
In the latest Table Hopping roundup, Sticker Mule donates it shot sauce to the Regional Food Bank, Miller's BBQ replaces Pig Pit in Cohoes, winefest tickets on sale and more.
A 28-year-old Albany man pleaded not guilty in connection with the death of a 30-year-old man in July 2021.
A 17-year-old ATV operator was killed in a crash on Saturday that also caused minor injuries to a teenage passenger, according to State Police.
A leading philanthropist hopes "New Schenectady" will catch on with the city's citizenry.
On Dec. 15, the Times Union Food section will be publishing a list of dine-in and takeout meals available from restaurants, caterers, retails markets, etc., for four holidays: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Businesses that wish to be included are invite to submit the information now.
Convicted players include SUNY Polytechnic founder Alain Kaloyeros and longtime Cuomo confidant Joe Percoco.
The owner of the Remsen Street property that has been a Cohoes entertainment and dining spot for nearly 150 years and, as Smith's Restaurant, for decades was a legendary hangout for the Albany County Democratic machine, is willing to give a qualified operator a year's free rent to reopen an eatery in the space.
“Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” exhibit at the Armory Studios is being extended a second time and will run through Jan. 2.
A reader asks about who should go first when all drivers have stop signs, plus roadwork updates.
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