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Photos: Eggs fall from the sky

Photos: Eggs fall from the sky

timesunion.com     55+ min ago

Hundreds of excited youngsters went after 30,000 Easter eggs stuffed with candy dropped from the sky by helicopter on Shenendehowa's Skano/Tesago Elementary athletic fields in an e...

4 charged with Canaan home break-in

4 charged with Canaan home break-in

timesunion.com     3+ hour, 5+ min ago

Four people were arrested Friday for allegedly breaking into a home in the town of Canaan and assaulting a victim, State Police said. Zilla M. Kelly, 21, of New Lebanon; Elizabeth...

Churchill: A kindness that familys landlord wouldnt muster

Churchill: A kindness that family's landlord wouldn't muster

timesunion.com     3+ hour, 17+ min ago

Tiana Logan was standing outside her family's Hamilton Street apartment when I handed her the envelope. She looked inside and immediately began to cry. The envelope contained a ch...

Glenville Walmart to accept online purchases using SNAP

Glenville Walmart to accept online purchases using SNAP

timesunion.com     3+ hour, 49+ min ago

Shoppers in the Capital Region will for the first time be able to use government assistance benefits, like SNAP, to select and pay for groceries from a Glenville Walmart online. T...

Photos: Troy cleanup

Photos: Troy cleanup

timesunion.com     5+ hour, 42+ min ago

Each year, the city of Troy sponsors an citywide cleanup event coinciding with Earth Day. Saturday's community event brought together residents, families, and business owners to im...

Pleasant weather to arrive for Easter; warm temps likely here to stay

Pleasant weather to arrive for Easter; warm temps likely here to stay

timesunion.com     5+ hour, 42+ min ago

While Capital Region residents likely woke up Saturday morning to gray skies and light rainfall, the showers should dissipate through the day and make way for an unseasonably pleas...

Shoppers embrace bag ban, five-cent fee; counties still uncertain

Shoppers embrace bag ban, five-cent fee; counties still uncertain

timesunion.com     5+ hour, 42+ min ago

New Yorkers broadly support the state's plastic bag ban that will take effect a year from now, but uncertainty remains about who the law will affect, and how. The ban prohibits re...

TX Lake Charles LA Zone Forecast

TX Lake Charles LA Zone Forecast

timesunion.com     13+ hour, 10+ min ago

Bronfman, Russell plead guilty in NXIVM case ...

TX Houston/Galveston TX Zone Forecast

TX Houston/Galveston TX Zone Forecast

timesunion.com     14+ hour, 3+ min ago

Bronfman, Russell plead guilty in NXIVM case ...

TX Austin/San Antonio TX Zone Forecast

TX Austin/San Antonio TX Zone Forecast

timesunion.com     14+ hour, 23+ min ago

showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 70s. Lows in the showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the lower 80s. Lows in the showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the mid 60s. High...

Saratoga parents groups raises $33K for school board candidates

Saratoga parents groups raises $33K for school board candidates

timesunion.com     23+ hour, 26+ min ago

SARATOGA SPRINGS - An unprecedented amount of money has been raised for three school board candidates who are pressing to rearm the grounds monitors who patrol the city school dist...

Emotional Ierlan gets victory over old team

timesunion.com     18+ hour, 47+ min ago

After his first sojourn to the visiting lacrosse locker room at the University at Albany -- "it isn't as bad as everyone says" -- TD Ierlan met with a half dozen reporters Friday night. They were exp...

Career criminal gets 15 to life for Albany beating, robbery

timesunion.com     19+ hour, 4+ min ago

ALBANY - A career criminal who punched and kicked a man inside a Quail Street convenience store -- and helped steal his wallet after he fell unconscious - was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison o...

Renewable energy needs cooperative effort by all

Renewable energy needs cooperative effort by all

timesunion.com     20+ hour, 49+ min ago

I write in response to the commentary "Rural communities must have a voice in energy planning," April 2, regarding New York League of Conservation Voters' background paper on sitin...

Albany police seek publics in IDing assault suspect

Albany police seek public's in IDing assault suspect

timesunion.com     21+ hour, 25+ min ago

Bronfman, Russell plead guilty in NXIVM case The Albany police are attempting to identify the pictured woman in reference to an ongoing assault investigation. (Albany police) ...

Drug arrests made in Troy raids

Drug arrests made in Troy raids

timesunion.com     1+ day, 18+ min ago

TROY -- City police raided three houses this week, arresting five people and seizing drugs and cash. On Wednesday, a 319 Fourth St. apartment was searched and cash and more than a...

Pleasantdale house burns

Pleasantdale house burns

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Trouble ahead for New York's Amtrak if Trump's 2020 budget SCHAGHTICOKE -- Firefighters are at the scene of a Hudson Avenue house fire Friday afternoon in the hamlet of Pleasantda...

RPI going dry, almost

RPI going dry, almost

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is going dry, at least to a greater extent than before. The school has adopted an alcohol-free policy for dormitories as well as fraternities and s...

Pollution cleanups planned for two dry cleaning sites

Pollution cleanups planned for two dry cleaning sites

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Toxic chemicals will be dug out of two vacant former dry cleaners sites in Schenectady and Watervliet, under plans announced by the state Department of Environmental Conservation. ...

Rip Van Dam Hotel group files for bankruptcy protection

Rip Van Dam Hotel group files for bankruptcy protection

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

The group behind the $45 million renovation of the former Rip Van Dam Hotel in Saratoga Springs filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday just before the property was se...

Worker photographer exhibit at Capitol

Worker photographer exhibit at Capitol

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Assembly members Patricia Fahy and John McDonald, and state Sen. Neil Breslin, will open the exhibit Tuesday morning. ...

NYSERDA seeking proposals to improve state transportation system

NYSERDA seeking proposals to improve state transportation system

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

NYSERDA seeking proposals to improve state transportation system The New York State Department of Transportation and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ...

Teen gunshot victim testifies in Schenectady trial

Teen gunshot victim testifies in Schenectady trial

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

SCHENECTADY - The 16-year-old victim of a shooting last summer inside a Union Street apartment was trying to keep an argument between her mom and boyfriend from escalating when she...

Incarcerated man with lighter charged with felony

Incarcerated man with lighter charged with felony

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

BALLSTON SPA - A Fort Edward man who is incarcerated in Saratoga County jail has been charged with promoting prison contraband, a felony, after he was allegedly found with a lighte...

Sears Automotive space new location for Ethan Allen furniture store

Sears Automotive space new location for Ethan Allen furniture store

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Work is progressing on a new Ethan Allen furniture store in the former Sears automotive center at Colonie Center. The store will occupy 8,000 square feet at the north end of the bu...

Video: UAlbany mascot-emeritus crashes presidents address

Video: UAlbany mascot-emeritus 'crashes' president's address

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

University at Albany mascot-emeritus Pedwin the Penguin, who has come out of retirement for UAlbany's 175th anniversary this year, on Wednesday crashed the end of President Havidan...

Former Union forward voted AHLs Most Valuable Player

Former Union forward voted AHL's Most Valuable Player

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Daniel Carr, a senior on Union College's 2014 NCAA championship hockey team, has been voted the American Hockey League's 2018-19 Most Valuable Player, the league announced Friday. ...

Bronfman, Russell to plead guilty in NXIVM case

Bronfman, Russell to plead guilty in NXIVM case

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Clare Bronfman, center, arrives at federal court, Wednesday, July 25, 2018, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Bronfman, an heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune and three othe...

Times Union Center awarded NCAA hockey regionals in 2020

Times Union Center awarded NCAA hockey regionals in 2020

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

The NCAA announced Friday morning that Times Union Center in Albany has been selected as one of four regional sites for the NCAA hockey regionals in 2020. That will give the downt...

Holiday weekend: Whats open, closed

Holiday weekend: What's open, closed

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Good Friday will be observed on April 19 and Easter Sunday on April 21. The following is a partial list of holiday schedule changes: Garbage: Will be picked up as usual on Friday ...

Share your food memories for Mothers Day

Share your food memories for Mother's Day

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

For Mother's Day, editor Sara Tracey would like to learn about the recipes and food memories your mothers (or mother figures) instilled in you. ...

PSC, Charter reach deadline on Spectrum deal

PSC, Charter reach deadline on Spectrum deal

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

Charter Communications and the state Public Service Commission may be on the verge of coming to a deal that would keep the company from having to sell off its Spectrum cable TV net...

Police chase ends in arrest of Albany man wanted for robbery

Police chase ends in arrest of Albany man wanted for robbery

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

ALBANY - A city man wanted for Monday's robbery at a Price Chopper led police on a brief chase early Friday after fleeing a traffic stop at Hoffman Avenue and Corlaer Street, polic...

Flash flood, flood watches remain for parts of Capital Region

Flash flood, flood watches remain for parts of Capital Region

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

A flash flood watch for portions of east central New York remains in effect from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon. With rain expected over the weekend, meteorologists war...

Smiths talents branch out beyond covering NASCAR

Smith's talents branch out beyond covering NASCAR

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

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Night Beat: UFOs, more common than we realize?

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

ALBANY -- It was 12:20 a.m. March 2 when a Voorheesville resident was awoken by the sound of the household's German Shepherd barking at the window. "I figured it was the wind blowing the trees or som...

Hudson woman found with head injury at Utica college dies

Hudson woman found with head injury at Utica college dies

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

UTICA -- A SUNY Polytechnic Institute student from Hudson has died nearly two weeks after sustaining a head injury that police believe was caused by a medical event, university off...

Downed wires close part of Route 20, Guilderland

Downed wires close part of Route 20, Guilderland

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

GUILDERLAND -- Western Turnpike has reopened after an hour-long closure Thursday evening due to downed wires, town police said at 6:45 p.m. Both lanes of Western Turnpike, also kn...

Capital Region college leaders cast wary eye on immigration trends

Capital Region college leaders cast wary eye on immigration trends

timesunion.com     1+ day ago

TROY -- New York state is second only to California in the number of international students who are attending its colleges and universities. While that status is unlikely to change...

Saratoga County inmate faces felony contraband charge

Saratoga County inmate faces felony contraband charge

timesunion.com     2+ day, 22+ min ago

John P. Vance, 29, of Fort Edward, was incarcerated on April 10 when he was found in possession of the lighter, which is considered prison contraband. He was charged with first-deg...

East Greenbush looks for successor to retiring police chief

East Greenbush looks for successor to retiring police chief

timesunion.com     2+ day, 22+ min ago

EAST GREENBUSH - The town began its hunt Thursday for a new police chief to succeed Chief Christopher Lavin who will retire June 28 after completing a nearly 50-year career in law ...

Photos: Rescue Mission preps 2,000 meals for Easter Sunday

Photos: Rescue Mission preps 2,000 meals for Easter Sunday

timesunion.com     2+ day, 43+ min ago

ALBANY -- Chef Max Ansong and assistant Kinimo Ngoran were busy in the kitchen Thursday preparing for the Capital City Rescue Mission's traditional Easter dinner. The two men cut ...

Strong job growth continues in Capital Region

Strong job growth continues in Capital Region

timesunion.com     2+ day, 49+ min ago

The Capital Region added 7,100 private-sector jobs over the past year through March, the state Labor Department reported Thursday, even as public sector employment fell by 500 posi...

State training center opens at East Greenbush strip mall

State training center opens at East Greenbush strip mall

timesunion.com     2+ day, 49+ min ago

EAST GREENBUSH -- State and local officials celebrated the grand opening Thursday of a new training center in the town's old Kmart plaza that is expected to attract hundreds of hum...

Troy aims to raze old hospital

Troy aims to raze old hospital

timesunion.com     2+ day, 49+ min ago

TROY - The city wants to raze the decaying, long-closed Leonard Hospital and have the site cleared by Oct. 1, according to bid documents. The city's decision comes two years after...

Photos: Bunny visits A Childs Place at Unity House

Photos: Bunny visits A Child's Place at Unity House

timesunion.com     2+ day, 49+ min ago

ALBANY -- A bunny visited pre-school students at Unity House's A Child's Place to celebrate the coming of spring on Thursday. ...


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