Local news feed from the Times-Union newspaper in Albany, NY. Covering local and breaking news from the Capital New York region.
Albany police said they are investigating a shooting that happened on Central Avenue near the intersection of North Lake Avenue early Sunday morning.
Albany police said they received a call for gunshots at 1 p.m., at about the same time a 33-year-old man entered the emergency department with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
The Saratoga Senior Center is launching a pilot program that aims to help seniors navigate the social, emotional and community needs that arise in the aftermath of a newly diagnosed serious illness.
School districts across the Capital Region have submitted 2021-2022 budget proposals, most of them non-controversial and keeping the property tax levies within the state's 2 percent cap.
The spending plans, which are supplemented by billions of state aid and federal coronavirus relief dollars intended to reboot the educational systems disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, strive to bring as many students back to school full-time as possible.
On May 18, voters will decide at the ballot box whether to approve or reject the school spending proposals and fill any school board vacancies.
Orchard Park improvements slated to transform a section of blighted neighborhood — and boost minority- and women-owned businesses in the process.
Athlete of the Year: Alex Wolfe, Troy
Athlete of the Year: Jaylen Riggins, Troy
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit led early, but finished third.
After holding their first practice at Bleecker Stadium, more than 30 Equipe Quebec players and coaches boarded a bus that will log thousands of miles this season. Equipe Quebec – “equipe” is French for “team” – is playing at least its first 50 regular-season games on the road in the United States because of COVID-19 restrictions at the Canadian border.
The winners of the Proctors High School Musical Theater Awards were announced during a streamed broadcast Saturday evening.
Kelsey Higgins homers three times for the Plainsmen in the doubleheader.
A restaurant and food truck business in Troy gave its small team of workers a paid weekend off and will boost benefits as a way to say thank you for working so hard during the pandemic.
A Voorheesville veterinarian was crowned Mother of the Year Saturday morning, May 15, at Washington Park in Albany. A feature of the sunny, warm day was a crowd of finalists and others in Washington Park without masks - all of whom were vaccinated.
Here's information about Albany County's corona virus caseload, a new West Sand Lake elementary school principal, last-minute tax help, an award being give to an author-professor and the Albany Public Library's trustee election.
Police arrested a Schenectady man in the motel parking lot slaying of Xiaa Price, 21, on May 11.
Alice Campbell's youthfulness is more than skin deep. The Colonie woman lives with a vigor that defies her age - 95. But her life's been anything but easy.
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