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Albany’s never-ending tax hikes are now backfiring — big-time

Albany’s never-ending tax hikes seem to be backfiring: Some 300,000 city residents, who as a group earned $21 billion in 2019, fled as the pandemic broke out — and many cite high taxes as a key reason. As The Post reported Wednesday, Internal Revenue Service data based on tax filings show that the mad dash for the doors that year represented the largest loss of income in city history, twice the amount lost in an average year over the past decade. Statewide, high-income New Yorkers (those making over $200,000) represented a larger share of those leaving (10.7%) than in any other state,...
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Police search wooded area in Troy for evidence related to missing 12-year-old

TROY, N.Y. (WWTI) — Police agencies are continuing to search for 12-year-old Jaliek Rainwalker who disappeared in 2007. According to the New York State Police, on June 29 members of the State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Forensic Investigation Unit, K9 Unit, Underwater Recovery Team, and Uniform Force conducted a search in South Troy related to Rainwalker’s disappearance.

Traffic stop leads to DUI #2 charges in Pownal

POWNAL — A 44-year-old man from Manchester was arrested for his second DUI following an incident in Pownal yesterday. Police say they initiated a traffic stop on Searles Crossing Road after observing several moving violations at around 10:05 p.m. The driver, identified as Colin Hill, allegedly displayed signs of...

New Tech at Albany Airport! What Are You Allowed Pack in Your Carry-on?

The Albany International Airport just installed new high-tech security scanners. These state-of-the-art machines can detect everything. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is urging travelers to know what they can and cannot pack. If you are flying out any time soon, here's what you need to know. What to Know Before You...

Off the Beaten Path: Morrette’s

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Want to dine like royalty? For 75 years, Morrette’s King Steakhouse on the corner of Erie Boulevard has been serving up steak sandwiches with a side of tradition. Tony Morrette started the restaurant after experiencing a cheesesteak sandwich in Philadelphia. He decided he wanted to bring his own spin on the […]

Warning: Dangerous Plant Causes Burns in the Hudson Valley

For the most part, it's everyone's favorite season. It seems that we all are a little happier, spending more time outdoors and enjoying the warm weather. With the summer months comes a variety of fun things to do while outdoors. We can enjoy all of the local lakes and bodies of water in our area, walk, bike, or hike along trails and even explore places that we haven't had the chance to see before.

$1 million Powerball winner in Massachusetts Saturday

A Massachusetts lottery player won the $1 million Powerball prize over the weekend. The $1 million winning ticket was sold at Richdale, a convenience store in Gloucester. The jackpot on Saturday was worth an estimated $335 million. There was no winner and the jackpot increased to $346 million for the drawing Monday.

Italian Fest Returns to One of Upstate’s Most Beloved Neighborhoods

Who has the best Italian food in the Capital Region? Mamma Mia, the choices are endless!. Is it Troy, Albany, Glens Falls, or someplace up in Saratoga County?. If you said Schenectady, you'd be in the majority, as it's pretty much been ingrained in our heads that the Electric City is the place to go for authentic Italian food, made with love in some of our area's most notorious neighborhoods.

Suburban bear sightings continue in the Capital Region

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Less than a month since a black bear found a temporary home in a tree in Washington Park, bear sightings continue across the Capital Region. This past weekend, a bear and a cub were spotted in a neighborhood in the suburban southern part of Albany. “Of late, there have certainly […]