Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday April 19, 2012
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Saratoga Springs, New York is getting some national attention in the May 2012 edition of Travel and Leisure Magazine.
School districts prepare legal action against Fulton County to recover unpaid taxes amid budget cutsThe Broadalbin-Perth, Mayfield, and Northville Central School Districts are preparing to take legal action against Fulton County in an effort to recover over $940,000 worth of unpaid 2011-12 school taxes owed by the Hudson River-Black River Regulating District.
Police in Colonie say a man has been arrested after a suspicious package destined for him was found to contain illegal drugs.
Since Friday the Warren County Sheriff's Office arrested four people for unrelated drug charges.
They are a loving family from Saugerties, New York. The parents say they considered themselves vigilant; still their 15-year-old daughter was taken from them by a cyber predator.
Albany detectives arrested three people Wednesday for allegedly breaking into a neighboring apartment and assaulting a man from a dispute over a loud party.
New York State law makers have announced efforts Thursday to criminalize synthetic marijuana.
A student at the North Colonie Central School was arrested on Thursday after bringing a BB gun to school.
A Waterlviet drug ring member was sentenced to imprisonment on Wednesday.
A brush fire started in Lee, Massachusetts on Thursday afternoon.
Police say the tractor-trailer driver that caused a crash on the Northway Wednesday evening will face federal charges.
Emergency personnel from all over Berkshire County continue to battle a large brush fire Thursday in Lee.
Albany County Senator Neil Breslin announced on Thursday that he'll seek another term in office.
Emergency personnel from all over Berkshire County battled a large brush fire in Lee for several hours Thursday.
A dog was shot to death at a Troy home on Thursday evening after suspects broke in, police say.
The Watervliet community voiced outrage on Thursday over plans to tear down a vacant church for a new supermarket.