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Police hold press conference for double murder-suicide in Ballston Spa
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Ballston Spa Police Department and New York State Police held a press conference on Saturday for the double murder-suicide at a home in Adams Circle in Ballston Spa.
Your Clifton Park: News Briefs for Dec. 14 to Dec. 20
HALFMOON - First New York Federal Credit Union will open a full-service branch in town during the summer of 2019. The aim of the new branch, to be located at 1533 Route 9, is to better accommodate First New York's growing membership in Saratoga County. It will feature two First New York Express Inte
Police Say Man Shot Wife, Daughter Before Killing Himself
Police have released the identities of three people killed in a double murder-suicide in the Saratoga County community of Ballston Spa. Village of Ballston Spa police and New York State Police held a press conference Saturday afternoon where they said Steven Jones, 46, shot his 43-year-old wife Jenn
Thousands place wreaths on veterans graves at Saratoga National Cemetery
SARATOGA — On Saturday morning, thousands of volunteers, current military and cemetery staff braved the cold to meet in the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery to lay wreaths on the graves of the veterans buried there. The ceremony was part of a nationwide program called Wreaths Across Am
Wanted Troy woman arrested at Albany Airport
COLONIE, N.Y. — Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple said that deputies recently arrested a Troy woman wanted on burglary and domestic violence charges. Last week, Apple said deputies from the Albany County Sheriff’s Office Airport Station received information that an individual who is wanted on violen
Mayor of Cohoes responds to incident at his house
The Albany County Sheriff's office tells NewsChannel 13 Shawn Morse, the mayor of Cohoes called requesting police to his Grandview Avenue home in Cohoes. After speaking with Morse, he tells NewsChannel 13 he did in fact call 9-1-1 to ask an unwanted guest to leave his property. The situation the may
Albany Italian Food Staple Closing After 100 Years
I would assume that just like me, you have to hate seeing businesses like these close. It seems to be happening a lot lately. This is surely bittersweet news for so many people. Lombardo's Restaurant on Madison Avenue in Albany will be closing its doors after a century in business.
Granville take third in own Ken Harrison Memorial Lions Tournament
GRANVILLE — David Regimbald won a weight-class title Saturday as Granville took third in its own Ken Harrison Memorial Lions Tournament. Regimbald earned a 9-5 decision over Averill Park's Dominick Paradise in the 195-pound final to finish as the Golden Horde's only champ among four finalists.
On this day in The Saratogian: Dec. 16
Monday, Dec. 16, 1918. The latest casualty reports from the federal war department include one Saratoga Springs resident, while the family of another local soldier gets a telegram reporting him wounded in action.
Report: Prison could become "resort-like destination"
MOREAU — A plan for recreational development in the Southern Palmertown area calls for Mount McGregor Correctional Facility to be converted into a resort. The long-closed prison would have a restaurant, concerts and other events, and a hotel, according to the proposal.
5 Albany Area Foreclosures To Check Out
ALBANY, NY — Do you feel like affordable homes are hard to find in your community? . A tour of the most recently foreclosed properties in the Albany area could be a great starting point!
Family surprised by pole in front yard
Albany,N.Y. (News10)- - Albany resident Cindy Coons came home to find an unwelcome surprise. "Tuesday night I came home from work with my daughter," explained Coons. "It was late and I saw a big mound of dirt first, and then we looked and saw this pole in our front yard."
Concerns rise over sex offenders living close to Albany schools
There are concerns of sex offenders living too close to schools in Albany, which is against the law. The city found out in early November a handful of registered sex offenders appear to be living within 1,000 feet of a school or daycare. One of them is Harry Bonilla according to members of the Jonat
Police: Man drove drunk with child in vehicle
BALLSTON — A Schenectady man was arrested Saturday for allegedly driving while intoxicated with a child in the vehicle. The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a reckless driver just after 9 a.m. on Route 50. David A. Saxby, 43, of 479 Cedar St. was stopped by police. He also a
New York State Police join Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign
The New York State Police announce they will participate in the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" initiative. The campaign started Thursday, December 13, and runs through the holidays until Tuesday, January 1, 2019.
Police investigating murder-suicide in Ballston Spa
BALLSTON SPA — Authorities are investigating an alleged murder-suicide Friday night at a residence in the village of Ballston Spa, according to The Post-Star's media partner WNYT-TV News Channel 13.
Rensselaer police arrest Averill Park man following chase
RENSSELAER, N.Y. — Rensselaer Police say they made an arrest following a chase Thursday night. Ryan K. Spiak, 37, of Averill Park, was arrested and charged with multiple offenses including first-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree assault, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled s
Bulldogs advance to Riell tournament finals
HINESBURG — The Burr and Burton took control early and held on to a its lead throughout in a 46-38 win against North Country in the Kevin Riell tournament Friday night. BBA jumped out quickly, notching a 14-4 lead after one quarter.
Toys for Tots struggling for donations
CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. (WRGB) - The Toys for Tots warehouse on Twenty First Century Park Drive in Clifton Park should actually look a lot smaller. "This is actually an empty warehouse kind of, if you really look at it,” says local Toys for Tots coordinator Albert Roman Jr.
Two robbed after arranging iPhone sales via Facebook, Albany Police say
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Albany Police are warning against meeting strangers to buy and sell items based on social media interactions after two separate armed robberies. Police say one victim was robbed at knifepoint Friday around 5:30 p.m. on the 100 block of Second Street in Albany after agreeing t