Glenville, NY


Cannabis Sales: Here's Where To Find 2 Of Capital Region's First Legal Pot Shops, Report Says

Weeks after New York’s first legal recreational marijuana dispensary opened, additional pot shops are gearing up to open in the region, WRGB reports. Business owner Don Andrews, who runs Schenectady’s Upstate CBD on Union Street, told the outlet his store was approved to sell adult-use cannabis products by the city and the state’s Office of Cannabis Management.

Capital Region marijuana shop poised to be 1st in upstate NY

A Schenectady marijuana shop slated to start sales next month is poised to become the first legal cannabis store in upstate New York. Don Andrews, 34, always dreamed of having a marijuana dispensary. His Upstate CBD store opened on Union Street in the Electric City in 2019, and is in...

Road closure in Amsterdam

According to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, State Highway 67 between Widow Susan Road and Truax Road is closed to repair a wire issue. Crews from National Grid are currently on hand.

Amsterdam parents react to first week without GASD daycare bus service

AMSTERDAM, N.Y. (NEWS10) — When Greater Amsterdam School District students came back from the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, many were left in limbo January 17 as the first day without a bus to get on to get to their daycares. It’s been a little more than a week since the district officially called it quits on providing bus service to local daycares, and for parents, the stress is still high—especially with Wednesday being an early-dismissal snow day.

Ms. Wheelchair New York 2022 reflects on her reign

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Heather Horwedel is redefining what it means to be a pageant queen. As Ms. Wheelchair New York, she’s spent the past year advocating for a more inclusive community. Ms. Wheelchair America is a competition based on advocacy, achievement and presentation rather than appearance. Since 1972, the nonprofit organization has been crowning […]

Restaurants have recipes ready for 7th annual Schenectady Soup Stroll

Schenectady — On Saturday, the City of Schenectady will allow residents to crown its best soup, as the Schenectady Soup Stroll returns for its 7th year. Thirty-four restaurants were putting their finishing touches on their best soups on Friday, with residents filling out their ballots by the end of the event on Saturday. They'll offer 3oz servings for $1 at all of the participating locations throughout the city, which you can find by clicking here.

Meet Glenville woman named 2023 New York Mother of the Year

GLENVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – If you’re looking for the best mom in New York, you can probably find her in her Schenectady classroom. Kate Boydston, a special education teacher and mother of two, was named the 2023 New York Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc. (AMI) on Monday. “I am incredibly honored about […]

Permanent Homeless Shelter: Problem Solved, Problems Arise

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Plans are underway to site a permanent 24/7 year-round county shelter at the soon-to-be-vacated Senior Center on Williams Street. City Mayor Ron Kim originally announced the comprehensive initiative to address the city’s homelessness last October, and the City Council unanimously approved a resolution in favor of the project.

State Police arrest Greenfield man for Grand Larceny

On January 26, 2023, State Police of Wilton arrested Edward W. Dano, 56, of Greenfield, on a warrant for Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree. On August 23, 2022, at about 3:36 p.m., Trooper received a complaint that money had been stolen from a victim’s bank account earlier that month. The investigation determined Dano used the victim’s bank card without the victim’s permission at multiple ATMs to withdraw over $1,000 and kept the money.