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Monday April 16, 2012
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A 40-year-old Vermont theater company is getting a new home.
With near record high temperatures forecast for most of the Northeast Monday, the American Red Cross Northeastern New York Region offers advice on how to stay safe and cool in the heat.
A 62-year-old man was arrested by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office last week for an alleged stalking incident at Dollar General in the town of Saint Johnsville.
Troy police are asking for the public's assistance in relation to a theft from St. John's Church which occurred Friday evening or Saturday morning.
As new trials in the alleged Rensselaer County voting fraud case near, new allegations emerge from the defendants.
The Saratoga County Sheriff's Office reports that two men were arrested after being found in possession of drugs at a Stewarts in the town of Greenfield.
The state comptroller's office has halted $16.4 million in personal state income tax refunds, saying it has found 5,903 improper returns among those filed so far this year.
A Troy woman was convicted Friday of felony bank fraud and passing a forged U.S. treasury check.
Albany police say a Lark Street store owner and employee have been arrested after an officer caught them allegedly in possession of marijuana and crystal meth.
Albany police are investigating an incident where a man allegedly pointed a shotgun at another man.
The town of Clifton Park will host another Town Paper Shredding Day on Sunday, April 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Clifton Park Center parking lot near JCPenney.
An Albany man was arrested for serving alcohol to minors at a house party on Sunday morning.
Charges have been filed in the case of a toddler found wandering in a Cohoes park last Wednesday, police say.
The boil water advisory for the Village of Castleton has been lifted.
A Democratic mayor is filing an ethics complaint against Republican Sen. Thomas Libous, the state Senate's deputy majority leader.
State police say the body found Sunday on the shoreline of the Mohawk River was identified as a 48-year-old woman who had been missing since October 2011.
The rise in temperature may seem like the perfect weather to get out and in the dirt, however it's not the best time to start planting.
Siena College is giving Derek Jeter an honorary degree in recognition of his accomplishments on and off the field.
Four of the six buildings damaged in the Albany fire on Sunday night will be torn down.
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ALBANY, N.Y.--For years, parking in the city of Albany has been a big headache for many people, who either live or work in the area. Monday night, the Albany Common Council adopted a parking permit system
Troy police are investigating a shooting that happened on Monday.