Albany County District Attorney David Soares is returning to work this week. Soares had a health scare in October and underwent an undisclosed heart p
Tear gas, snipers, protesters, riot police, chanting, and singing were all part of our reporter's experience at the inauguration protests.
“I have a statutory obligation to deliver the state of this city.” Mayor Kathy Sheehan’s voice rose as she finally started speaking around 5:
Corey Ellis, a two-time mayoral challenger and former 3rd Ward Councilman, is running for Albany Common Council President. "I want to give people hop
For years, local freelancers and participants in the “gig economy” have relied on the benefits created by the Affordable Care Act, but that is lik
Photos by Thom Williams On an average Tuesday, Kellie Rossner would be leaving work at 7 AM. She would have just finished a 12-hour shift in the seve
Two desperate-looking men walked into Flipside Gaming in East Greenbush on an early December evening last year, trying to unload a collection of cardb
Denzel Morris was picked up in October 2012 after nearly a decade in prison. Rebecca Sheffer and her daughters Jasmyne, now 23, and Shay, now 18, wait
photos by David Howard King On Saturday (Jan. 14) Common Council President Carolyn McLaughlin officially announced her bid to become mayor of Albany.
Ward 1 Common Council member Dorcey Applyrs speaks at Jan. 12 press conference at Ezra Prentice Homes. Also, starting second at left: Rev. Peter Cook
photos by Leif Zurmuhlen We tend to see water as clean and clear and pure--whether it’s rushing down a mountain stream or flowing out of our kitche