Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • UPDATE: Boyfriend charged in Greece woman's stabbing death

    UPDATE: Boyfriend charged in Greece woman's stabbing death Maiden Lane between North Avenue and Pollet Place in Greece was temporarily closed due to the investigation in the area.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News UPDATE: Boyfriend charged in Greece woman's stabbing death

  • Albany school board elections may soon switch to May. Here's why

    Albany school board elections may soon switch to May. Here's why If you’ve always lived and voted in Albany, it may not seem so unusual to cast your vote for a local school board candidate alongside your vote for mayor, governor or even president in the November general election.…

  • Tent collapses in storm, tornado hits Broadalbin

    Tent collapses in storm, tornado hits Broadalbin According to the National Weather Service, a pole barn was destroyed, several snapped trees were thrown 150 feet, a carport was hurled into a tree and garage doors, siding and shingles were ripped off homes. Schodack Police were assisted by State Police,…

  • Woman accused of giving away prescription medication

    Woman accused of giving away prescription medication MARTINSBURG — A Monroe County woman on Tuesday was charged with fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.Deanna J. Miller, 49, Webster, was arraigned in Martinsburg Town Court, posted $250 bail and was released to await further court proceedings.She was accused of…

  • Advisory: Some Adirondacks trails flooded

    Advisory: Some Adirondacks trails flooded ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation on Friday warned hikers that some trails in the Adirondacks were flooded or nearly so. Among the trails included in the alert were the Ward Brook Trail in the Seward Range; the south end of Avalanche…

  • Acting assessor named for Albany

    Acting assessor named for Albany Earlier this month, he conceded he had granted tax exemptions to properties — including 17 Chapel, the condo complex heralded as a symbol of downtown’s revival — that should not have received them. The mayor, who decried McDonald’s apparent mistake as “unacceptable,” said 51…