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Developers' discovery of Rensselaer leads to apartment boom

RENSSELAER - Construction of apartments is surging in this city as developers add homes for people looking for jobs private sector and public jobs in the so-called "Rensselaer Triangle," official said. Millions of dollars have been spent over the last year to to build apartments that have increased

TIMES UNION - 2018-01-16 16:39:55

Infestation and poor management at Rensselaer senior living facility

RENSSELAER, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Residents at a senior living facility are speaking out about their poor living conditions. They're saying enough is enough and that it's time to get the respect they deserve. Even the parking lot outside the Renwyck Apartments could be dangerous. There are sheets of ice a


AG Faults Troy PD In Shooting Death Of Civilian, Recommends Policy Changes, Won't Brin

A long-awaited report released this afternoon by the New York Attorney General's Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit carries no charges in the shooting death of a local man by a Troy police officer. But the report found the department made several mistakes during the incident and its invest

WAMC.ORG - 2018-01-16 21:34:02

Four biotech start-ups awarded $40,000 prize

Four companies were awarded a total of $40,000 in cash and services on Tuesday as part of a program that helps biotechnology start-ups bring their products to market. The firms presented business plans last December during a competition as part of the BACC Academy, a partnership between Albany Medic

TIMES UNION - 2018-01-16 15:38:24

Lovely Warren for lieutenant governor? Speculation starts

Lovely Warren, sworn in for a second term as mayor of the City of Rochester Monday, detailed more of her vision to focus on closing wage and economic gaps for the people of Rochester in the coming four years. Sarah Taddeo ALBANY - Another Rochester mayor as Gov. Andrew Cuomo's running mate? Specula

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 21:33:34

Region's hospitals work around shortage of IV fluid bags

Hospitals locally and around the country continue to deal with a short supply of fluid bags used to dilute or administer intravenous drugs, even as they respond to a harsh flu season that has patients filling their beds and emergency rooms. About half the nation's hospitals have been unable to get t

TIMES UNION - 2018-01-16 13:42:52

'Child Victims Act' would bring hidden predators to justice

Subscribed, but don't have a login? When I first heard the claims of child sexual abuse against Alabama's disgraced former Senate candidate Roy Moore, I was sick to my stomach. But as a long-time advocate and abuse survivor, I was not surprised that such a predator was able to remain hidden in plain

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 17:05:32

Rare chance to learn from two top legal minds

She is the first woman to sit on a federal bench in Albany. He is one of the most formidable defense attorneys in the Capital Region. On Jan. 30, U.S. District Court Judge Mae D'Agostino and veteran lawyer E. Stewart Jones will offer their collective expertise on the intricate skill of questioning a

TIMES UNION - 2018-01-16 08:30:06

Rio to host Title IX training summit

RIO GRANDE - The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College will host a Shared Responsibility Title IX Training Summit. The Title IX Training Summit will be held on Thursday and Friday in the Bob Evans Farms Hall Auditorium Room 118 on the main campus. The summit is free and open to t

GALLIPOLIS DAILY TRIBUNE - 2018-01-15 23:54:34

Meigs County woman found dead inside home

RACINE, OH (WOWK) - A woman was found dead in her home in the Racine area on Sunday, according to deputies. The woman, identified as Lois Plotner, 57, was found near the 200 block of Main Street. When officials arrived, they noticed running water and carbon monoxide alarms going off inside the hom

WOWK - 2018-01-15 21:15:35

Local photographer sells nature photos to Wild Birds Unlimited

The photo of the cardinal by Sharon Carper of Parkersburg was purchased by Wild Birds Unlimited for its advertising and marketing. (Photo Provided) PARKERSBURG - A Parkersburg woman has sold two nature photos to a company that markets a nationwide line of bird seed and bird-related products. Sharon

PARKERSBURG NEWS & SENTINEL - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Belpre BOE appoints Mike Miller

Miller was appointed Monday to fill the vacancy left by former board member Bob Wallace, who did not run for re-election in November. Miller was one of three candidates who applied for the open seat. Miller was sworn in Monday during a statutory meeting of the board. The regular meeting Monday was a

PARKERSBURG NEWS & SENTINEL - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Area talent headlines Undercurrent Winter Festival

The band The World is a Beautful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die will headline the Undercurrent Winter Festival in Marietta on Feb. 10. (Photo Provided) MARIETTA - The lineup is now set for the Undercurrent Winter Festival at Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta next month. The festival, designed t

PARKERSBURG NEWS & SENTINEL - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Man held after high-speed pursuit

Jason Michael Bernard, 44, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was arraigned on charges of obstructing an officer and fleeing. Magistrate Robin Waters set his bond at $25,000 each. He was also arraigned on a capias warrant issued by Wood County Circuit Court, apparently related to his ind

MARIETTA TIMES - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Seven Wood County educators gain National Board Certification

Photo by Michael Erb Wood County Schools 2017-18 National Board Certified Teachers were honored last week by the Wood County Board of Education. The teachers are, from left, Whitney Dobson, Blennerhassett Elementary School; Janette Emrick, Martin Elementary School; Koral Fleming, Franklin Elementary


Woodcraft Magazine names Chad McClung chief editor

Photo Provided Chad McClung PARKERSBURG - "Woodcraft Magazine" has promoted Chad McClung of Vienna from managing editor to chief editor effective Jan. 1. He succeeds Tim Snyder, who decided to spend more time at home in Connecticut with his family, but will continue with the magazine as a senior ed


Murder of crows invading South Bend

South Bend is being overrun with hundreds of visitors. Crows are moving into Michiana. Before sunrise, our Storm Team 16 sky camera shows hundreds of crows in downtown South Bend You may have seen them invading our Storm Team 16 sky cam shots recently. It's attention getting, certainly, but not out

WNDU - 2018-01-17 02:30:00

Buttigieg to hold 'Mayor's Night Out' in South Bend

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - If you live in South Bend, Tuesday night is your chance to talk one-on-one with Mayor Pete Buttigieg. "Mayor's Night Out" is from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the Monroe Primary Center at 312 Donmoyer Ave. Community members will have five minutes to talk with Buttigieg. City departmen

WNDU - 2018-01-16 21:02:00

Hoosier Racing Tire co-founder Joyce Newton dies

LAKEVILLE, Ind. (WNDU) Joyce Newton, co-founder of Hoosier Racing Tire and a supporter of the Lakeville community, died Tuesday morning at the age of 85. She and her husband, Bob Newton, founded Hoosier Racing Tire back in 1957. The company grew, making it the largest producer of race tires in the w

WNDU - 2018-01-16 21:20:00

Embezzlement hearing for former Berrien County landfill employees

A hearing is expected to take place Tuesday, in Berrien County, for two men charged with embezzlement. Clyde Fuller and Terry Snow are former employees at the "Southeast Berrien County Landfill Authority" in Niles Township. They face two felonies each, including embezzlement of over $100,000. If fou

WNDU - 2018-01-16 14:52:00