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05h10 18  janvier
Duty Calls: Delanson native helps keep Navy ships combat ready
Terry Brown
A Navy reservist from Delanson has been mobilized to help keep ships combat ready. Chief Petty Officer Michael Foster has a role in the largest mobilization of reservists in the Naval Sea Systems Commandís history, according to Danna Eddy, a Navy spokeswoman. Foster, a Delanson native and 2001...
23h59 17  janvier
UAlbany basketball sweeps weekend series from NJIT
Pete Dougherty
UAlbany opened the second half with three 3-pointers, two by Antonio Rizzuto, to establish a season-best 15-point lead Sunday, and the Great Danes went on to a 83-71 victory over New Jersey Institute of Technology in an America East game at SEFCU Arena.
22h20 17  janvier
Four Siena menís basketball games are rescheduled because of COVID
Mark Singelais
Road games at Iona scheduled for Feb. 5 and 6 have been moved to Feb. 19 and 20. Wednesday home games against Canisius on Feb. 10 and 24 are being moved back into a single weekend on Feb. 5 and 6. The MAAC moved a total of 36 games involving all 11 menís teams.
21h10 17  janvier
County leaders worried elderly being frozen out of vaccination plans
Brendan J. Lyons
Tensions over New Yorkís administration of coronavirus vaccines bubbled up again over the weekend when county leaders were instructed to use their recently activated vaccination sites only to give doses to essential workers, including police officers, firefighters, teachers, college professors...
21h04 17  janvier
Coronavirus exposure at Rotterdam restaurant
Lauren Stanforth
Schenectady County health officials say an employee from Tops American Grill who worked Jan 9, 10 and 11 tested positive for coronavirus.
20h21 17  janvier
UAlbany women more competitive but fall to America East leader Maine
Pete Dougherty
America East lead Maine used a 10-point run over four minutes of the fourth quarter and rode out a 63-47 womenís basketball victory over UAlbany at SEFCU Arena,
18h28 17  janvier
New York capitol quiet Sunday after protest concerns
By Massarah Mikati
As of early Sunday afternoon, the environs surrounding the New York capitol were nearly silent - despite concerns from officials and law enforcement that radicalized President Donald Trump supporters might arrive en masse to continue to protest Novemberís election results.
18h03 17  janvier
FBI arrests Capital Region man for Capitol siege involvement
Edward McKinley
A Capital Region man was arrested Saturday night for his participation in the storming of the U.S. Capitol, the FBI Albany office announced.
18h00 17  janvier
Law Beat: Why chief judge avoided mention of US Capitol mayhem
Robert Gavin
Every Monday, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore delivers a weekly address on the impact of COVID-19 on the state court system. DiFiore discusses the state of the pandemic, provides numbers on the disposition of cases and discusses what if any changes are being implemented. What DiFiore does not delve...
16h44 17  janvier
Police: Car catches on fire after victim flees bullets in Albany
Lauren Stanforth
Albany police said a car caught fire while someone was fleeing shots being fired Saturday night.
16h17 17  janvier
All In: Title IX trailblazing hockey coach Digit Murphy brings Toronto team to Lake Placid
Joyce Bassett
Never lacking in confidence, Toronto Six head coach Margaret Digit Murphy is ready to bring the Isobel Cup to Canada for the first time. Weíre going to take Lake Placid by storm. Itís going to be a Miracle on Ice 2.0, she said in a recent Instagram post. And guess what, the Canadians win in...
16h09 17  janvier
Pence to visit Fort Drum Sunday afternoon
Lauren Stanforth
Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence are scheduled to appear at Fort Drum outside of Watertown at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, where the vice president will deliver remarks to soldiers, according to the White Houseís release of Penceís schedule.
15h21 17  janvier
Albany County coronavirus hospitalizations reach record high
Lauren Stanforth
Albany County residents hospitalized because of coronavirus complications reached a new high overnight Saturday to 169 people. Patients moved to the ICU also shot up from nine to 14.
14h00 17  janvier
Schodack woman seeks Democratic support to run for Rensselaer County executive
Kenneth C. Crowe II
TROY - Republican Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin opened his 2021 re-election effort with a financial shock and awe of 238,000 in campaign funds as county Democrats ponder endorsing Gwen Wright as their candidate and the first Black woman to run countywide. Wright, a 65-year-old...
12h00 17  janvier
A political brawl at the Capitol with weapons
Brendan J. Lyons
The recent protest at the state Capitol wasnít the first time in recent months that a demonstration in Albany had turned ugly two otherwise peaceful protests in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd last spring devolved into clashes with police, property destruction and episodes of looting...