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Firefighters respond to structure fire in Gloversville
The Gloversville and Johnstown Fire Departments responded to a structure fire in Gloversville around 7:42 p.m. Tuesday night. The fire was in a two-story frame house, with flames showing out a second-floor window.
Fultonville woman accused of grand larceny at employer
A Fultonville woman was arrested and is accused of grand larceny and falsifying business records at her place of employment, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. Kaila Tylutki, 34, was arrested on Tuesday.
Alleged drug dealer arrested in Montgomery County
A Palatine Bridge man was arrested and is accused of selling drugs, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. Timothy Hart, 39, is charged with failure to appear on criminal possession and criminal sale of a controlled substance.
Men sentenced in Schenectady shooting death
The men charged in connection with the killing of an innocent bystander in Schenectady back in 2020 have learned their fates. Warren Cusaac was sentenced in Schenectady County Court to eight years in prison. His co-defendant Dasaun Parson was also sentenced to eight years, the Times Union reported. Both men...
Saratoga Sheriff: Greenfield woman, 74, killed in Sunday shooting; Claimed accidental, investigation ongoing
GREENFIELD — The shooting death Sunday of a 74-year-old woman was reported to investigators as an accident, Saratoga County sheriff’s officials said. The investigation into her death remained ongoing Tuesday, officials said. Sheriff’s officials identified the woman as 74-year-old Charlene F. Cuva. Sheriff’s deputies responded around 7:40...
SUNY Schenectady, Ellis Medicine create nursing pipeline program
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — SUNY Schenectady and Ellis Hospital have partnered on a new employment program. It offers opportunities for qualified graduates, who are interested in entering the healthcare field. The program establishes a pipeline for students to further their education in nursing at the Belanger School of Nursing...
Local Tuskegee Airman honored during deceased veterans ceremony
Saratoga County officials honored a fallen Tuskegee airman on Tuesday during a deceased veterans ceremony.
Images: Delanson home severely damaged in Tuesday fire; Multiple departments respond (1 video, 6 photos)
DELANSON – A Delanson home was severely damaged by fire mid-day Tuesday. The home’s lone occupant escaped safely, officials said. The fire was reported just before noon Tuesday at 180 W. Shore Road in Delanson. The fire impacted the side of the building and the roof as flames...
Firefighter in Montgomery County being recognized for saving baby’s life
A firefighter who helped to save the life of a baby will be recognized Monday for his efforts. Fort Plain is honoring firefighter Justin Smith for helping to resuscitate baby Kane. Kane went down for his nap last month in Montgomery County. Minutes later, he was unresponsive, and his lips...
LODD: N.Y. chief suffers medical emergency in fire engine, dies
FORT JOHNSON, N.Y. — Second Assistant Chief Steve "Bullwinkle" Haskin Harris, 56, died on Feb. 13 after suffering a medical emergency the day before, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Harris was at a Super Bowl party at Fort Johnson Volunteer Fire Company’s (FJVFC) Station 1 when he and...
Canajoharie Volunteer Fire Department responds to multiple fires
The Canajoharie responded to and helped extinguished two fires on Sunday.
5 things to know this Tuesday, March 21
A 13-year-old is in grave condition, according to Troy police, after a mini-bike crash on Sunday night. Also, a Troy man will serve 20 years in prison after admitting to pulling the trigger in the fatal shooting of his own brother. The man claimed the shooting was not intentional. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Tuesday morning.
St. Clare’s pensioners the topic of committee meeting
St. Clare's pensioners were the topic of conversation in a meeting between members of assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara's Office and staff from the Congressional Committee on Education and Workforce this week. The meeting covered potential solutions to the ongoing St. Clare's pension crisis which left over 1,100 former St. Clare's Hospital employees with their pension payments cut off in 2018.
Waite: Mohonasen school board member provides microphone for fear-mongering
WEIGHING IN – Mohonasen school board member Chad McFarland recently compared support for LGBTQ+ groups to support for pedophilia. He’ll say that my characterization of what he said is unfair. He’ll say, as he did to me, that he made the connection between the two during a Mohonasen Central School District Board of Education meeting to prove how absurd it would be for the board to provide carte blanche approval of school clubs.
Nominating petition to run for GASD Board of Education due April 26
Candidates wishing to seek election to the Greater Amsterdam Board of Education may now pick up nominating packets in the Office of the District Clerk, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Three seats, each carrying three-year terms beginning July 1, 2023, are up for election on May 16, 2023. Nominating...
Fonda-Fultonville Central School District hopes to keep ‘Braves’ nickname
FONDA — The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District is hoping to keep its nickname — the “Braves,” after reaching an agreement with a local Indigenous community’s leader, which includes plans to begin a “rebranding process” to create a new patriotic mascot. The district, last...
Initiative reminds pedestrians, drivers how to safely share roads in Amsterdam, Montgomery County
TOWN OF AMSTERDAM — Safety tips for pedestrians and drivers sharing local roads are the focus of a public awareness campaign launched by area officials and transportation providers as warmer weather arrives. City officials, local law enforcement, the Greater Amsterdam School District and the Capital District Transportation Authority gathered...
Former Niskayuna surgeon gets prison, must pay $350K in multi-million-dollar health ins. fraud case, IG says
SCHENECTADY – A former Niskayuna surgeon was sentenced Friday to up to six years in prison and $350,000 in restitution in a multi-million-dollar health insurance fraud case, the state Inspector General’s Office said Monday. Steven A. St. Lucia engineered the scheme against a New York State employee health...
Saratoga County may get state funding to expand health department
BALLSTON SPA — Saratoga County has grown so much over the years that responsibilities once handled by the state Department of Health will now be transitioned over to the county, a project that could receive $1.6 million in funding in the 2023-24 state budget. State law requires all counties...
DOJ: Schenectady felon admits to drug trafficking, firearm charges
A Schenectady felon pleaded guilty on Friday to drug possession and firearm charges to further a drug trafficking crime, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ). Charles Whorley, 35, faces five years to life in prison, a $1M fine, and at least three years to life of post-imprisonment supervision once he is sentenced.
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