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Located roughly 136 miles north of New York City, it is the state capital. In 1664, the English named it Albany in honor of the Duke of York and Albany. Alba is the Gaelic name for Scotland, so the name is aptly derived from the Duke of Albany being a Scottish title for the younger son of the King of Scots. For a brief time between 1673 and 1674, the Dutch had control of Albany and renamed it Willemstadt.
Local Newspapers: Albany Times Union
Local Sports Teams: Albany Firebirds (AF2 arena football) Tri-City ValleyCats (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Albany Law School; Albany Medical College; The College of Saint Rose; Excelsior College; Maria College; Mildred Elley; Sage College of Albany; University at Albany
Zip Codes associated with albany, new york:
12078 12144 12202 12203 12204 12205 12206 12207 12208 12209 12210 12211
Towns/Cities near albany, new york : Rensselaer Hampton Manor East Greenbush Delmar Westmere Troy Watervliet Menands Schenectady
Second Helpings: Mini restaurant reviews
Entrance to Aeble restaurant on Warren Street Thursday Sept. 28, 2017 in Hudson,NY.Spotlight: Them Fangs at Low Beat
On their Facebook page, the Brooklyn-based rock trio Them Fangs lists the following under Influences: "Orgasms. Led Zeppelin.Notorious Capital Region con artist guilty again
Career con artist Robert Bove stands with his lawyer Peter Lynch during his sentencing in front of Judge Patrick McGrath in Rensselaer County Court in Troy, New York February 27, 2008. less TIMES UNION STAFF PHOTO BY SKIP DICKSTEIN - Career con artist Robert Bove stands with his lawyer Peter Lynch during his sentencing in front of Judge Patrick McGrath in Rensselaer County Court in Troy, New ... more ALBANY A local con artist formerly known as Robert Bove added yet another conviction to her ever-growing rap sheet Wednesday.Bite-Sized: Morsels of food news
Mike Graney stands at the bar by the beer taps at his new tavern called Stout on Tuesday, May 24, 2011, in Albany, N.Y. Mike Graney stands at the bar by the beer taps at his new tavern called Stout on Tuesday, May 24, 2011, in Albany, N.Y. The Century House in Latham will host a brunch with Santa with seatings at 9:30 and 10 a.m. and noon and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 10. There will be a buffet brunch, photos with Santa, children's activities and music. The price is $32 adults, $17 for kids ages 5 to 10, free for younger than 5, plus tax.Albany's public-access channel board picks may resolve...
Internal conflicts that have roiled the city's public access channel for months may finally be resolved with an adjustment to who serves on its oversight board. "Based on conversations we had with members of the board, we felt it was in the best interest of the board to move forward with those three," Councilwoman Dorcey Applyrs said.Upstate NY mom: Teacher physically forced daughter to stand for the pledge
An Albany -area mother says her daughter was physically forced to stand and put her hand on her chest by a teacher during the pledge of allegiance, and that the school has not handled the matter appropriately. What happened? Erin Moore's 6-year-old daughter attends Southgate Elementary School in the North Colonie Central School District.'Capturing the Friedmans' FOIL case sent back to lower court
Judges of the New York State Court of Appeals listen to hearing arguments from a case on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. Judges of the New York State Court of Appeals listen to hearing arguments from a case on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. ALBANY - A man who pleaded guilty to child sex abuse crimes in the 1980s but has sought to clear his name may reargue his petition seeking public records related to his case in a lower court under a ruling issued by the state's highest court on Tuesday.Donation to Albany gun buyback program allows expansion to Troy
Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Church talks about the donation of $19,000 for the Gun Buyback Program to get illegal guns off the streets of Albany and Rensselaer County during a press conference held at the Massry Atrium at St. Peter's Hospital on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. less Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Church talks about the donation of $19,000 for the Gun Buyback Program to get illegal guns off the streets of Albany and Rensselaer County during a press conference held at the ... more Albany County District Attorney David Soares, flanked by Virginia Golden, CEO of St. Peters and Memorial Hospital, left, and Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Church, right, talks about the donation of $19,000 for the Gun Buyback Program to get illegal guns off the streets of Albany and Rensselaer County during a press conference held at the Massry Atrium at St. Peter's Hospital on ... (more)Abuse victims say new attention should spur New York reforms
Members of a coalition from across the state urge legislative members to pass the Child Victims Act legislation at the state Capitol during the last day of the legislative session on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. ORG XMIT: NYHP102 less Members of a coalition from across the state urge legislative members to pass the Child Victims Act legislation at the state Capitol during the last day of the legislative session on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, ... more Mary Ellen OA'Loughlin, The Foundation for Survivors of Abuse, speaks during a press conference where advocates urged for passage of the Child Victim's Act on Monday, June 19, 2017, at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y. less Mary Ellen OA'Loughlin, The Foundation for Survivors of Abuse, speaks during a press conference where advocates urged for passage of the Child Victim's Act on Monday, June 19, 2017, at the Capitol in Albany, ... more ... (more)Arrest made in slaying that rocked Albany's City Hall
A memorial set up for Christopher J. Hardy is seen near the intersection of First Street and Quail Street on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. Hardy was shot on Saturday. less A memorial set up for Christopher J. Hardy is seen near the intersection of First Street and Quail Street on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. Hardy was shot on Saturday.Free music at Plaza tree lighting: Moriah Formica, TubaChristmas,
Children look over the lights during the tree lighting ceremony for the New York State tree at the Empire State Plaza on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014, in Albany, N.Y. Plenty of free music has been scheduled for the annual New York State tree lighting, set for Sunday, Dec. 3. on the Empire State Plaza. Latham's Moriah Formica, who left "The Voice" last week after a solid run as a gutsy rocker, is among the acts scheduled to perform sometime after 3:45 p.m. Click here to read her Times Union Q&A following her departure .PAL Holiday Lights Fundraiser Benefits Children All Year Long
Well known for its Capital Holiday Lights in the Park fundraising event, the Police Athletic League works with and for the community year-round. The theme of this year's event will be, "Look Who's Turning 21" to commemorate their 21st year.Honest Weight council allegedly broke rules
Exterior view of the Honest Weight Co-op Friday afternoon Oct. 16, 2015 in Albany, N.Y. Exterior view of the Honest Weight Co-op Friday afternoon Oct. 16, 2015 in Albany, N.Y. The front end register area at the Honest Weight Food Co-op at 100 Watervliet Ave. on Monday, June 17, 2013 in Albany, N.Y. The soft opening is Wednesday. The front end register area at the Honest Weight Food Co-op at 100 Watervliet Ave. on Monday, June 17, 2013 in Albany, N.Y. The soft opening is Wednesday.Sparks Fly, Budget Passes at Common Council Meeting
The Albany Common Council approved a 2018 budget Monday that increases the city's property tax and increases Councilmembers' salaries. The vote was unanimous, but Council-members Frank Commisso Jr., Mark Robinson, and Judd Krasher were not in attendance and did not vote.SUNY Poly bailout put on hold
A view of the ZEN building, left, and the NanoFab X building on the campus of the Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Polytechnic Institute on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. SUNY Poly plans to build a parking garage and office space building in between these two buildings. Last week, the state's Public Authorities Control Board once again decided not to vote on a $38.5 million grant that Empire State Development approved for the school back in September.Cuomo's Agency for the Disabled Found Guilty in Federal Court for...
The verdict is in: GUILTY. Famous NY Times Whistle- Blower Jeffrey Monsour is vindicated after severe retaliation for reporting systemic and deadly abuses "This victory in federal court will open the door and pave the way for other employees to do the right thing, to speak up and to come forward and report systemic abuses and gross mismanagement."Photos: When Biden visited in 2014
Registration will allow you to post comments on timesunion.com and create a timesunion.com Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. Vice President Joseph Biden enters the Red Room of the Capitol Tuesday morning Jan. 7, 2014 in Albany, N.Y. where he met with Governor Andrew Cuomo, Congressman Paul Tonko and the heads of the NYS Legislature.
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