Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday May 23, 2012
Crews tear down what's left of this building after the chief says someone intentionally started it on fire Tuesday.
Town police say a man who was reported to be going to homes within the area of the Guilderland Central School District and claiming to be conducting a survey on behalf of the schools was actually a salesperson selling educational books and software.
The original budget was voted down in Stillwater by just 27 votes, with opposition to the 3.08 percent tax levy increase.
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Proposed state legislation would give disabled veterans a competitive advantage in landing state contracts while using tax incentives to help employers hire veterans.
Vermont state police have arrested five people on charges of possessing and distributing cocaine following a routine traffic stop in Bennington.
Albany police say they arrested a 17-year-old Tuesday night after he was caught by a beat cop with a stolen purse.
Police in Albany say there were no serious injuries after a car flipped on the corner of Madison Avenue and Quail Street Wednesday morning.
Proposed state legislation would give disabled veterans a competitive advantage in landing state contracts and use tax incentives to help employers hire veterans
A 19-year-old Delmar man was arraigned Wednesday for charges in an alleged fatal hit-and-run crash he caused in February.
Police in Ballston Spa say the high school is on lock-down after an armed bank robbery occurred at the Adirondack Trust Company on Church Avenue.
Wednesday, the Albany Police Department and Albany City School District held a G.R.E.A.T. graduation ceremony for the sixth grade students at Arbor Hill Elementary School.
Schenectady's Lincoln Elementary School was placed into lockout for almost 45-minutes Wednesday afternoon following police activity in the area.
Vermont State Police say human remains, including part of a skull, have been found on private property that was being excavated in Northfield.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office says a man has been arrested for burglary after he allegedly stole $1,000 worth of fishing equipment.
Former Republican Vermont Lt. Gov. T. Garry Buckley's family says he died peacefully of old age on Wednesday in Stowe, where he lived with his wife. he was 89.