Amsterdam PD arrest woman for alleged assault
The Amsterdam Police Patrol Division arrested Stacey Mickle, 48, of Amsterdam, on four charges.
Amsterdam leaders want to buy school land to build homes
One Capital District city is making plans for a housing boom. NEWS10 has the latest on the Amsterdam housing development proposal that would include the sale of some school land. Amsterdam Mayor Michael Cinquanti says nearly 70 new homes like ones in a nearby neighborhood are just what the city...
Discover Northville's Top 4 Pubs: A Must-Try Experience!
In this piece, we're exploring four must-visit pubs in Northville. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Found dog’s family sought in Montgomery County
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a dog’s family. The dog was found in the town of Florida near the bike path bridge. Call the SPAC at 518-842-8050 if you recognize her.
Police arrest Schenectady man on felony drug charges
A man accused of possessing felony-weight narcotics attempted to flee on foot when police conducted a traffic stop on State Street.
Savor the Local Flavors: 3 Must-Try Pubs in Amsterdam
In this article, we're going to explore three exceptional pubs in Amsterdam. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Wilton man convicted of selling fentanyl, cocaine and meth
Man found guilty of selling drugs in town of Wilton. A Wilton man could face more than 30 years in prison for dealing fentanyl, methamphetamine and cocaine throughout the Capital Region. Shahid M. Smith, 33, was found guilty by a jury on 10 drug charges Monday, according to the Saratoga...
One of Best Old School Drive-In Restaurants Can Be Found in Upstate New York
Old school drive-ins were the place to be in the 50s and 60s. That's where you'd find the football team, the cheerleaders, and all your friends on Friday night. It wasn't just about the food. It was the atmosphere that came with it. Today it's all about drive-thrus rather than...
Feasting in Gloversville: 3 Must-Try Pizzas
This article presents three remarkable pizzerias in Gloversville. Have you had the chance to taste their offerings? If you have, we encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section below:
‘Perfectly Healthy’ New York Worker Dies After Disney World Trip
A "perfectly healthy" New York doctor died suddenly while on vacation at Disney World. Her husband has filed a lawsuit. Kanokporn Tangsuan, "Amy" to her close friends and family, passed away on Oct 5 in Florida. "My wife, Amy, unexpectedly and suddenly passed away while we were in Florida. Ten...
NY weather update: Wind advisory issued for New York until Thursday afternoon
On Wednesday at 6:24 a.m. an updated wind advisory was issued by the National Weather Service valid from 2 p.m. until Thursday 1 p.m. for Western Ulster as well as Saratoga, Washington, Schoharie, Schenectady, Albany, Rensselaer, Greene, Columbia, Ulster, Dutchess and Warren counties. "West winds 20 to 35 mph with...
Saratoga County sergeant and deputy save woman gored by pig
Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office saves woman gored by pig. “We got an unusual call. It was a pig attack,” said Saratoga County Sheriff’s Sergeant Chris Kyne. “It was strange,” said Deputy Jakob McCasland. “The call was ‘bleeding uncontrolled, a pig attack.’ And when you hear bleeding uncontrolled, it kind of heightens things up with what’s going on.”
New show line up announced for Proctors and theREP 2024-2025 season
Excitement is buzzing around Proctors Theatre in downtown Schenectady, following the announcement of their upcoming shows for the 2024-2025 season. The announcement was part of an event hosted at the theatre Monday night called “The Not So Late Night Show”, which highlighted shows coming to both Proctors in Schenectady and the Capital Rep Theater in Albany.
Local fire department joins fight to 'Conquer Kids' Cancer'
Amsterdam, NY (WRGB) — One local fire department is raising money for kids' cancer research with a special St. Patrick's Day t-shirt design. The City of Amsterdam Fire Department, Local 2825, announced Sunday on social media, they are joining the journey to' CONQUER KIDS’ CANCER' with a St. Patrick's Day fundraiser.
Serial killer settles lawsuit over solitary confinement
Settlement reached for man who wants out of solitary. The former Amsterdam serial killer who was suing to get out of solitary confinement has reached a settlement in the case. Lemuel Smith had filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Rochester. Smith was sentenced to up to life in prison in 1978 for convictions in Schenectady County Court for kidnapping, robbery and rape. He killed a female corrections officer in 1981 and was placed in solitary confinement, where he remains to this day. He is currently incarcerated at Wende Correctional Facility in Erie County.
Groundbreaking youth mental health center, The Family Room, opens in Schenectady
SCHENECTADY, NY — A first-of-its-kind youth mental health center opened its doors in Schenectady on Tuesday. The Family Room as it's called is a groundbreaking behavioral health center for youth ages 10 to 17. The center is operated similarly to urgent care for those on the verge of a...
Fence Builder Ghosts Glenville, Other Homeowners After Taking Thousands, Police Say
Schenectady County resident James Butler, age 30, of Glenville, was arrested on Friday, Feb. 23 on a felony charge of grand larceny. Glenville Police said Butler, who owns and operates “Trust a Fence,” accepted over $7,000 from a Glenville homeowner to purchase fencing material. However, the job was never finished.
Glenville unanimously passes shopping cart law
The Town of Glenville has decided to crack down on rogue shopping carts left scattered throughout town. Stores will now face fines if they fail to collect shopping carts that make it off property.
Ballston Quarter Macy’s Store Among Casualties in Chain’s Ambitious Revitalization Plan
Macy's has announced the closure of its Ballston Quarter store in Arlington, Virginia, as part of its "A Bold New Chapter" strategy to close approximately 150 underperforming locations nationwide. The post Ballston Quarter Macy’s Store Among Casualties in Chain’s Ambitious Revitalization Plan appeared first on The Washington Informer.
5 things to know this Tuesday, February 27
A long-awaited announcement in Schenectady about a proposed ice hockey arena has been made. NEWS10 crews were in Schenectady taking a look at the site of the new multi-purpose arena at Mohawk Harbor. Meanwhile, a Schenectady man has been convicted of multiple charges in connection to a murder case, according to the Schenectady County District Attorney’s Office. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Tuesday morning.