Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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More Housing Options Are on the Way for Newburgh

More housing options are on the way to Newburgh. As Time Warner Cable News Reporter Meredith Zaritheny shares, one developer is offering up more than 10 properties as part of package deal, with a price tag of more than $1 million.

5:43 PM

Queens Assemblyman Arrested on Corruption Charges

State Assemblyman William Scarborough of Queens has been arrested as part of an anti-corruption investigation by the state comptroller and attorney general's offices. Nick Reisman reports.

11:12 AM

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Healthy Living Special: September 2014

What regions are using the latest technologies when it comes to the medical field? Find out in the September edition of half-hour Healthy Living special.

09/22/2014 04:41 PM


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Mike's Hot Dogs Avoids Closure, Pays Back Taxes

Mike's Hot Dogs will not shut down as expected. The city went to court Wednesday with a list of properties to try and seize from owners who haven't paid past property taxes. But the owner of Mike's was able to save his business. 7:53 PM


Schenectady Newspaper Celebrates 120 Years of News, History

One of the Capital Region's favorite daily newspapers, just hit a big milestone: The Daily Gazette turns 120-years-old. The paper celebrated, by bringing back an old tradition. Time Warner Cable News reporter Geoff Redick explains. 6:51 PM

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