Witness describes conductors crashing into parked train, no hazardous material spilled
First responders were called to the scene in Glenville on Thursday, Feb. 7, at approximately 7:26 p.m., according to Town Supervisor Christopher Koetzle, with several train cars toppled along the tracks behind Reynolds Mobile Home Park and the adjacent mobile home park. There are no known injuries as of late Thursday night and no hazardous material spilled, according to local officials.
Former Councilwoman Nicola DiLeva returns to board, Godlewski questions process
Matthew Martin has left the Rotterdam Town Board to fill a vacancy in the Schenectady County Legislature and former councilwoman Nicola DiLeva was appointed to fill his seat.
Entire town ordered to take precautions after water main break
The entire Town of Niskayuna is under a boil water order following a 20-inch water main break resulting in a loss of water pressure throughout portions of the system.
DA and 110th Assembly candidates will appear tonight, Sept. 5, in Colonie.
Police say Jade St. Louis at home with family
Colonie police say Jude St. Louis, the 15-year-old girl that was reported missing yesterday, has been found and is home with her family.
This is a list of the unofficial results according to the Schenectady County Board of Elections as of Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 10:39 p.m. with all 77 precincts reporting.
Residents in flood prone areas urged to evacuate
Schenectady County and Rotterdam officials have issued a mandatory evacuation of residents in flood prone areas in Rotterdam Junction and Pattersonville.
The Schenectady County Department of Environmental Health has issued a boil water order for Rotterdam Junction following a water main break.
Boil water advisory issued for Village of Delanson
Schenectady County lifted the emergency water restriction and confirmed all public water supplies countywide are online.
Town lifts water conservation order
After the New York State Power Authority ended the "Type B" emergency at Lock 7, Niskayuna officials are lifting the previous evacuation order for all residents living in low-lying levels along the Mohawk River. Also, officials have lifted the town-wide water conservation order.
Officials urging water restrictions to continue until further notice
Schenectady County is still under a state of emergency until further notice, but county officials are lifting travel restrictions at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30.
A "Type B" emergency was declared on Monday, Aug. 29, at the Vischer Ferry Plant on the Mohawk River, according to Michael Saltzman of the New York Power Authority.
The Town of Niskayuna has ordered the evacuation of all residents who live in the “low-lying” levels along the Mohawk River.
Structure arrives at Crown Point, lifted into place
It was a muggy 65 degrees at 5 a.m. Aug. 26 in Port Henry as onlookers waited for the Champlain Bridge arch to make its journey to Crown Point.