Monthly Archives: November 2022

  • Thousands without power in pockets of Capital Region

    Thousands without power in pockets of Capital Region Power outages affect thousands in Capital Region on Wednesday evening. Source: Times Unition Thousands without power in pockets of Capital Region

  • UAlbany looks for accountability after loss to American

    UAlbany looks for accountability after loss to American The Great Danes suffered their worst loss of the season Tuesday night, 88-62, allowing the Eagles to shoot 71.4 percent and 72.7 percent from 3-point range. It was their second loss of the season by 20 or more points, and their…

  • Bills visit Patriots seeking elusive AFC East win on TNF

    Bills visit Patriots seeking elusive AFC East win on TNF FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The most recent time the Bills faced the Patriots, they left little doubt about their status as the pacesetter in the AFC East. Buffalo walked off the field with a 47-17 win in the wild-card…

  • Cars abandoned during historic Buffalo winter storm will be impounded if not claimed

    Cars abandoned during historic Buffalo winter storm will be impounded if not claimed BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Drivers, who abandoned their cars during Buffalo’s historic winter storm earlier this month, may want to put some pep in their step and claim their vehicle soon. That’s because those remaining cars…

  • Uniting Through Hope of Monroe County Resource Fair

    Uniting Through Hope of Monroe County Resource Fair Uniting Through Hope of Monroe County hosted a community resource fair at the David F. Gantt recreation center on Saturday, November 19, 2022        Source: Rochester New York Latest News Uniting Through Hope of Monroe County Resource Fair

  • Schumer-tapped Colonie attorney confirmed by Senate for federal judgeship

    Schumer-tapped Colonie attorney confirmed by Senate for federal judgeship Anne Nardacci approved for U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York seat following nomination by U.S. Sen. Majority Leader Charles Schumer. Source: Times Unition Schumer-tapped Colonie attorney confirmed by Senate for federal judgeship

  • Times Union Girls' Athlete of the Week: McKinley Wheeler

    Times Union Girls' Athlete of the Week: McKinley Wheeler Saratoga Springs runner finishes second in Nike regional meet. Source: Times Unition Times Union Girls' Athlete of the Week: McKinley Wheeler

  • Clay Harris speaks to the community

    Clay Harris speaks to the community Clay Harris, founder of Uniting Through Hope of Monroe County speaks to the community about the importance of giving back        Source: Rochester New York Latest News Clay Harris speaks to the community

  • Cohoes, Nov. 30, 2017: The fiery images seen around the world

    Cohoes, Nov. 30, 2017: The fiery images seen around the world The inferno that struck three blocks of downtown Cohoes on Nov. 30, 2017, started as a porch fire. Source: Times Unition Cohoes, Nov. 30, 2017: The fiery images seen around the world

  • Judge strikes down Newburgh's 'good-cause' eviction law

    Judge strikes down Newburgh's 'good-cause' eviction law An Orange County Supreme Court judge struck down Newburgh’s ‘good-cause’ eviction law in a decision signed Tuesday. The city is reviewing its options. Source: Times Unition Judge strikes down Newburgh's 'good-cause' eviction law