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Cambridge accident victim still hospitalized
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge woman who was hit by a car while crossing Main Street on Friday night remained hospitalized Monday. Patricia Slater, 70, was taken to Albany Medical Center after the 5:45 p.m. accident in front of 47 West Main, according to Cambridge-Greenwich Police.
New York State Police probe fatal accident in Easton
EASTON, N.Y. (WRGB)- A Greenwich woman died Monday after a car crash on State Route 40 in Easton. State Police say 75-year-old Caroline Doyle was driving on the road when she went to the left of the center lane markings. State Police say Doyle then struck a car driven by a 37-year-old Cambridge man.
UPDATED: One dead after two-vehicle crash in Easton
EASTON — A 75-year-old woman died Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash on Route 40 south of the hamlet of Middle Falls on Monday afternoon. The woman, whose name was not released, was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second person was taken to Albany Medical Center via helicopter, according
One person dead in Washington County crash
EASTON - Investigators are trying to figure what caused a crash on Route 40 in Easton Monday afternoon. A four-door Subaru apparently collided head-on with a van, not far from Hegeman Bridge Road around 1 p.m.
Corinth man charged with rape in Washington County
FORT ANN — A Corinth man was charged with first-degree rape on Friday for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman while she was "incapable of consent," according to police. James S. Scally III, 23, of Walnut Street, was charged with first-degree rape, a felony, for an incident in Fort Ann on Nov. 21,
Discovery's 'Body Cam' features fatal Washington County arson fire
HUDSON FALLS, N.Y. (AP) - An upcoming television show will feature a fatal house fire set by a 22-year-old man to kill his girlfriend. The September 2017 murder of 18-year-old Ashley Coltrain in Hudson Falls will be featured on Investigation Discovery's "Body Cam" show Tuesday night. The show uses b
Police arrest Vermont man for Washington County burglaries
A Vermont man was arrested late Saturday for allegedly committing at least some of the recent home burglaries around Washington and Rensselaer counties, police said. Jeremy T. Joseph, 38, of North Clarendon, Vermont, was arrested after police dealt with two more home burglaries in the Salem area Sat
Manchester Police seize over 50lbs of pot from barn
MANCHESTER — Over 50 pounds of processed and unprocessed marijuana were seized mid-November from a barn in Manchester Center by the Manchester Police Department, according to an MPD press release issued last week.
Cambridge woman critically hurt in car-pedestrian accident
CAMBRIDGE -- A 71-year-old woman was critically hurt Friday night when she was hit by a car while crossing Main Street, police said. The victim, whose name wasn't released pending notification of relatives, was crossing from a business to her car when she was hit by a vehicle, according to Cambridge
Roundup: Lake George, Cambridge post wins
Other stats: Bennett (LG) 7 rebounds, 1 assists. Hladik (LG) 6 rebounds. Duffy (LG) 6 rebounds, 11 assists. Kane (LG) 11 assists. Eggleston (White) 9 rebounds, 5 assists. Moore (White) 6 rebounds. Gomes (W) 6 rebounds. O'Dell (W) 1 assists. Stevens (W) 1 assists.
Four Patriots start season with tourney titles
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Four Mount Anthony and one Hoosick Falls wrestler finished first in their brackets at the Wrangle on the Plains at the Schenectady Armory. Kyle Hurley, Jack Ware, Keenan Taylor and Sam Wilkins all went undefeated on the day, while Logan Powers was first at 5-0, with five pins.
Holiday breakfast at Hubbard Hall
CAMBRIDGE — English Christmas carols, court and Morris dances, a very British ghost story, plum pudding, sweet treats, and festive crackers were the highlights of Hubbard Hall’s 23rd annual holiday breakfast Saturday, held in the 1878 opera house’s upstairs theater.
Police Accountability Series Begins With A Look At Vermont’s Work To Assess Racial Inequalities
The Washington Post has been tallying the number of individuals shot and killed by police since 2015. The data for 2018 show 899 people shot and killed as of October 1st. The national newspaper is not the only organization tracking law enforcement actions and breaking down racial, gender and causal
Schuylerville man faces drug count
SARATOGA — A man from Schuylerville was arrested Saturday morning on a felony drug charge, police records show. Theodore P. Carpluk, 23, was arrested on Route 29 just before 1 a.m., according to the State Police public information website.
Corinth finishes fourth in Glens Falls MatMania
GLENS FALLS — Corinth crowned three weight-class champions to earn a fourth-place finish Saturday at the Glens Falls MatMania wrestling tournament. Devlin Blanchard (106 pounds), John Freebern (113) and Conor Eversole (152) captured first-place titles for the Tomahawks, who finished with 126 1/2 tea
On this day in The Saratogian: Dec. 9
Monday, Dec. 9, 1918. A Schuylerville woman who’d been expelled from an Albany nursing school last month commits suicide in her dorm room this afternoon, The Saratogian reports.
Police reports: Dec. 9
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. – A Saratoga Springs man has been charged for allegedly possessing drugs while incarcerated at Saratoga County Jail. Fred F. Albright III, 37, of 29 Whitney Rd. was charged with first-degree promoting prison contraband, a felony, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled
Cambridge edges Tamarac in Wasaren clash
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Last winter in the Wasaren League championship game, the Cambridge girls basketball team dominated early on against Tamarac, only to watch the Bengals claw back and rip the league title from their hands.
Massive Coxsackie fire leaves one dead
COXSACKIE- Massive orange flames consumed a Washington Avenue home of well known Coxsackie couple Larry and Vicki Connolly. "I tried closing my eyes, memorizing how the stairs went. I tried calling Larry's name. My heart goes out to the wife. My heart goes out to the family," said Edward Coleman, a
Fort Edward man refuses plea deal in child sex case
FORT EDWARD -- A Fort Edward man who faces up to life in state prison for allegedly sexually assaulting two children refused a plea deal on Friday, setting the stage for a trial that starts Monday.