Bad weather, low fuel costs, and ride-hailing services may have played a role, a CDTA spokesperson told The Alt.
Howie Hawkins says he's pushed Cuomo to the left each time he's run for governor
We watched arraignments in Troy city court and spoke with the director of the Office of Indigent Legal Services about counsel at first appearance.
Nick Di Paolo courts controversy
The lawsuit relates to a South Troy industrial property near the Wynantskill Creek.
Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office rejected the University at Buffalo Foundation's contract with the campus, due, in part, to the customized form.
A new state budget amendment opens the door for renewable energy to power the microgrid
The officer suffered a fractured nose, broken teeth, and “several lacerations to his face requiring sutures,” according to a court filing.
Troy has five city marshals, all appointed by the council. Here's what they do.
This was the second such event organized by the branch this month.
The $125,000 purchase marks Minnow Associates' second prominent purchase in the Collar City.