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Police: Albany man arrested with loaded gun, cocaine

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Albany Police Department reports arresting Corey Foster, 29, of Albany on Thursday. They say he was carrying cocaine and a loaded handgun on Sherman Street. At about 10:45 a.m., detectives stopped Foster on Sherman Street between Robin Street and North Lake Avenue. They say it...
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Colonie man indicted in federal sexual trafficking case

ALBANY – A 38-year-old Colonie man has been charged with sex trafficking of girls and women in a superceding indictment handed up by a federal grand jury, federal and state authorities said Friday. Christopher Thomas was indicted Thursday on conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of children, sex trafficking of a...
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Thousands flock to SPAC for Dave Matthews Band

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Saratoga Race Course made for a booming summer season this year, and local officials are saying the fall will be bigger. On Friday and Saturday nights’ thousands of people will be flocking to the Dave Matthews Band concert at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
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The Best Pizza Joint in the Capital Region Is Closing in Three Weeks

For most people, when the leaves on the trees start to change and the air has that crisp feeling in the morning you know fall is here and winter is right around the corner. For the people in Averill Park, West Sand Lake, and everyone on Burden Lake the sign that fall is here is the announcement of the date that Kay's Famous Pizza is closing for the season. This year, October 8th will be their last day making their amazing pizza for 2021.
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New Troy taqueria serving up tacos and tradition

TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — At La Capital Tacos, they want you to “live every day like it’s Taco Tuesday.” Owner and Chef Yair De La Rosa opened the Troy taqueria in a former taxi stand in January in the hopes of sharing his rich Mexican culture with the community. De...
TROY, NY

Granger Smith Win On the App Weekend

It’s a Win on the App Weekend with your free tickets to Go Country with 107-7 GNA at the Frog Alley Brewing Company Block Party in Schenectady starring Granger Smith and Earl Dibbles Junior. Win your tickets to join us next Saturday, September 25th starting at Noon for Granger, Earl,...
SCHENECTADY, NY
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Cudmore: A free-for-all at the Ivy Leaf

There was trouble at the Ivy Leaf the night of Friday, April 11, 1947. The Ivy Leaf was a tavern at Forbes and Schuyler streets in Amsterdam’s East End operated by a woman named Smith. It was a frequent after work stop in those days for my aunts, Vera Cudmore...
AMSTERDAM, NY
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Gloversville man catches rare fish

LAKE GEORGE — Mark Clemente of Gloversville caught and released a lake trout in Lake George the first week of September. The leucistic lake trout was quite a shocker to see when it came out from under the boat. It looked like a giant goldfish. It was just 23 inches, and he would guess in the 5-pound range. It was a very healthy, very chunky laker in every way except color. It was in great shape and went back to the bottom like a rocket when Clemente released him. Clemente used a homemade flutter spoon. He caught it in the south basin of Lake George along with eight other lakers that day. A biologist at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation looked into it and says this is considered reduced color pigmentation, called leucistic. It’s very rare.
GLOVERSVILLE, NY
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Civitello's Italian Pastry Shop celebrates 100 years in business

SCHENECTADY (WRGB) — A sweet anniversary was celebrated on Thursday in Schenectady. Civitello’s Italian Pastry Shop on Jay Street is celebrating 100 years in business. They had a party with food, live music, and dancing. We spoke with Rose Angerami, who is half owner and baker at the shop, along with her sister Angela. Their grandfather started the bakery back in 1921 and when asked how they kept the bakery going for so long, Rose said,
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Apple picking: Where to pick a peck in the Capital Region

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)- No matter where people live in the Capital Region, chances are there is an orchard close by. September kicks off apple picking season for many local orchards and NEWS10 has a list of places where people can pick a peck or a half bushel. Apple availability isn’t...
ALBANY COUNTY, NY
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The best Italian restaurants in the Capital Region

There's no shortage of Italian restaurants in the Capital Region, but where do you turn when you're craving the very best?. Times Union readers voted these eateries in the top five of the Best Italian restaurant category for a single location in Best of the Capital Region 2021. Best of...
ALBANY, NY
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Reader’s View: Saratoga history in Disney World

Oct. 1, 2021 is the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World, and Saratoga Springs, N.Y. has been a significant part of that history since Day One. In fact, the very first thing guests saw when they arrived at the Magic Kingdom in 1971 was a stunning replica of the Saratoga Springs Delaware and Hudson Railroad Station.
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