Melissa Hale-Spencer

“Everybody thought I had a ton of daughters,” says Jean Conklin who is selling her Hungerford Market business. That’s because, in addition to her three daughters who worked at the shop known for its bagels, she treated staff like family.

“It takes a lot of patience and perseverance,” says Kelley Doolin a member of the Pony Pals 4-H drill team, performing at the Altamont Fair friday at 7 p.m.

Albany County Sheriff

Three assault weapons and high-capacity magazines containing ammunition were found in the trunk of a car stopped for a traffic violation in Voorheesville, according to Albany County Sheriff Chief Deputy William Rice.

“I’ll make guys think they are pregnant and can’t get out of a chair,” says Michael DeSchalit, the hypnotist and magician who will perform next week at the Altamont Fair.

Lori McCormick, a nurse, bakes as therapy and helps run the cooking center at the Altamont Fair so kids and grown-ups alike can have fun.

Last month, the village board authorized payment of $6,200 in fines to the federal Environmental Protection Agency for violations of the Clean Water Act.

Smith's Tavern

Voorheesville adopted a moratorium on development at the end of June so that its first-ever comprehensive land-use plan can be completed. 

Jennifer Barreto

Albany Police say a Delmar woman who delivered pizza was trying to show a relative she could handle her job when she falsely reported robberies to police.

Dean M. Shultis

Bethlehem Police have publicized the arrest of a 65-year-old man whom they say was masturbating in the waiting room of a doctor’s office in hopes it will lead others to recognize him and report similar incidents.

Anthony Gentile

Anthony Gentile, who was arrested at his Guilderland home in 2014 on six counts of promoting sexual performance of a child, has accepted a plea deal, admitting guilt to three counts. He’ll be sentenced on Oct. 24.


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