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Local police look to identify hiker who died

Police in Warren County are looking for the public's help in determining whether an unidentified hiker who was found dead in Florida last summer is from the Lake George region.


Convicted Schoharie Co. rapist now behind bars

Mark Schinnerer, 55, of North Blenheim, was found guilty of First Degree Rape on September 21, 2018. Rather than being immediately remanded he was allowed to go home, essentially a free man, while a judge reviewed motions for an appeal. His sentence was adjourned for four months, leaving members of


Whoa! Balloons Lost in Kentucky Land in Upstate New York

We've all wondered whatever happened to that balloon that slipped out of our hand and floated away when we were young. Did it just keep floating till it got to space? No. However, an unlikely story involving some escaped balloons has left one Kentucky floral shop in shock. And they just might have l


American Pickers Looking to Pick in New York This May

Got antiques? American Pickers Mike and Frank want to see them. The History Channel show is coming back to New York for filming in May. “The way we find people and collections for our show is through spreading the word far and wide so people know we’re coming to town,” American Pickers producer Emil


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says his state will continue to welcome New Yorkers

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis this week poked New York officials over taxes and jobs, saying he’d welcome more residents of the state who want to move south. “I was looking, you may have seen, the governor of New York complaining that Florida was stealing its residents,” DeSantis, a Republican, said at


New York State May Not Be Done With Amazon

There could be another chapter in the Amazon story for New York, even if the setting isn’t Queens or even any other borough but rather somewhere else in the state, Newsday reports.


Congressman Anthony Brindisi hopes to improve infrastructure in Upstate New York

(WBNG) — Congressman Anthony Brindisi (D) announced his plan to bring increased federal investment in New York for infrastructure projects. Brindisi was joined by representatives of area labor unions who support efforts to improve transportation and infrastructure in the town of Schuyler in Herkimer


Assemblywoman: Study split of New York state

With deepening political, economic and cultural divisions in the two regions, Sen. Daphne Jordan believes it is time for a thorough study of whether upstate should split off from New York City, Long Island and the surrounding suburbs and become the 51st state.


Two NYS troopers hospitalized after responding to fight between father, son on I-88

WORCESTER, N.Y. (WBNG) — New York State Police say two troopers were hurt Tuesday afternoon when responding to a fight between two men along Interstate 88 in the town of Worcester.


New York State STAR program reimbursement by county

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - The New York Department of Taxation released the latest data on the number of School Tax Relief (STAR) reimbursements by county. The latest data shows the number and amount of rebates for 2017. Hover over each county to see the number of basic exemptions, amount of basic reim


Cornell University students working on Canajoharie Beech-Nut plan

CANAJOHARIE — Montgomery County officials and students in an urban design class from Cornell University are collaborating to start eliciting new ideas for the former Beech-Nut plant.


Elvis impersonator to perform Saturday

JOHNSTOWN — Elvis impersonator Don Romines will perform at an Evening with Elvis from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Loyal Order of the Moose, 109 S. Comrie Ave. A buffet dinner will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and the show will start at 7 p.m. Cash bar.


Man displays gun, charged in Gloversville

GLOVERSVILLE — A man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly displayed a pistol at an unidentified city business and threatened two of its occupants. The gun was later identified by police as a CO2 powered BB gun.


Canajoharie boys advance to quarters

CANAJOHARIE — Luke Van Slyke scored 25 points to power seventh-seeded Canajoharie to a 56-53 victory over 10th-seeded Hoosic Valley on Tuesday in a Section II Class C first-round contest.


Proposed clean-up for Gloversville Superfund site

GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y (NEWS10) - A proposed clean-up for the site of a former manufactured gas plant in Gloversville in the public comment phase. The proposed remediation for 20 Hill Road will involve trucking out contaminated soil, but it will be business as usual at the National Grid service center th


Saratoga Beer Summit This Saturday

Thirsty for some winter fun? The 8th annual Saratoga Beer Week will be pouring up good times and great craft beverages throughout Downtown Saratoga Springs, The Saratoga Beer Summit gets underway this Saturday, February 23rd at the Saratoga Springs City Center! Sample over one hundred sixty releases


Hudson Valley man killed in Florida crash

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. — A Hudson Valley man was killed when the bicycle he was riding on a sidewalk was struck by a car that veered off a road after a crash, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.


A warning from plow drivers following several serious accidents

Albany, N.Y. (News10) - New York Thruway Authority officials are warning drivers Wednesday after two serious crashes involving plows over the past week. On February 13th near Canajoharie, a truck smashed into the back of a plow. The cab of the truck was destroyed, and officials say the $225,000 plow


City of Johnstown ambulance service up and running

JOHNSTOWN — The Common Council on Monday night took no action on a proposal from a Connecticut firm, which wishes to handle billing for the city’s ambulance service. Certified Ambulance Group, Inc. of Weathersfield, Conn. gave a presentation at City Hall. It was also noted during the session that th


Board of education approves contract

JOHNSTOWN — The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education on Tuesday night approved a new three-year contract with the Johnstown Teachers Association following an executive session at Johnstown High School.