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Located less than 20 miles northwest of Albany, New York, this city became home to Thomas Edison's Edison Machine Works in 1887. A few years later, in 1892, theheadquarters of General Electric Company surfaced in Schenectady. In 1928, General Electric produced the first regular U.S. television broadcasts when the experimental station W2XB initiated regular broadcasts on Thursday and Friday afternoons.

Population: 61821
Local Newspapers: The Daily Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Albany Firebirds (AF2 arena football)
Local Colleges: Schenectady County Community College Union College

Zip Codes associated with schenectady, new york: 12302 12304 12305 12306 12307 12308 12309
Towns/Cities near schenectady, new york : Rotterdam Colonie Sarasota Springs Amsterdam East Glenville Altamont

Schenectady News
1/21/18: Today's Top Tips: Sunday

MUSIC : Dust Bowl Faeries @ the Helsinki Ballroom , Hudson. Upstairs from Club Helsinki on the new Ballroom Stage, multimedia artist Ryder Cooley and her band perform their unique goth-folk music and premiere two new music videos as well as their upcoming remix EP, The Dark Ride Mixes .

Stretch of warm weather not expected to cause flooding

An ice jam has formed on the Mohawk River along the Stockade section near Front St. on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. The water is starting to flood the shore. An ice jam has formed on the Mohawk River along the Stockade section near Front St. on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. The water is starting to flood the shore.

Discovering natural abilities

Students from Schenectady ARC's Discovery Academy pose at Union College. In the front row from left are Michelle Grignon; Kristina Collins, program coordinator; and Bonnie Corpening.

Education officials, advocates warn of negatives in Cuomo budget

My colleague Bethany Bump looks at how education officials and advocates are feeling about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive budget proposal. Spoiler: Not everyone is thrilled.

NY Lottery, already U.S. largest, grows again

New York's lottery reached nearly $9.9 billion in revenue last year, a slight increase from 2016, while some upstate racetracks struggled growing competition, New York's three upstate casinos are well below their initial revenue projections in the first months of their operations. But they are hopeful revenue will improve over time.

Schenectady warns of river's potential to rise

City officials are advising Stockade neighborhood residents of a possible weather hazard starting this weekend and continuing over the next few weeks due to the condition of the Mohawk River. According to the advisory, river levels will be monitored by Schenectady police, fire and the Schenectady County Office of Emergency Management.

Schenectady County jail guards rake in big overtime pay

Schenectady County Sheriff Dominic Dagostino announces the the formation Wednesday of a new drug enforcement unit. Schenectady County Sheriff Dominic Dagostino announces the the formation Wednesday of a new drug enforcement unit.

Tri-county blotter

Two snowmobilers had to be rescued after they became stranded on a trail near the Sacandaga River according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation. DEC officers said on Sunday at 11:15 a.m., the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department asked forest rangers to assist with evacuating two stranded snowmobilers on a Speculator Tree Farm easement trail.

1/17/18: Today's Top Tips: Wednesday

MUSIC : Walk the Moon @ Upstate Concert Hall , Clifton Park. A tour stop in support of the band's new album, What If Nothing .

Grains doing double duty

David Ritrovato, lead brewer at Wolf Hollow Brewing Co., checks on crushed grains in a mash tun at the brewery on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y. Barley and wheat were being steeped in the mash tun and when the steeping process is over the spent grains will be sent to the Cock 'n Bull Restaurant where baker, Andrea DeCiero, will used them.

A.M. Roundup: Cuomo unveils a most challenginga budget

Good morning! Get your boots ready. Winter has arrived and the snow has come with it, too - 4 to 6 inches of it by Wednesday, to be exact.

Liar in fatal Schenectady fire gets 9 years in prison

Liz Terry Dolder, left center, sister of fire victim David Terry, speaks during a rally for justice on Wednesday Feb. 12, 2014 in Schenectady, N.Y. Days after federal prosecutors dropped charges against a local man accused of setting a fire that killed David Terry, 32, and his children, Layah Terry, 3; Michael Terry, 2; and Donavan Duell, 11 months, relatives held a rally to call for justice in the case.

Liar in fatal Schenectady fire gets 9 years in prison

Bryan Fish, the last defendant accused of perjury in a deadly fire that nearly led to the prosecution of an innocent man, was sentenced to nine years in prison Wednesday. In May, Fish admitted he lied under oath when he testified in front of a grand jury about a May 2, 2013 fire at 438 Hulett St., Schenectady, that killed David Terry, 32; his daughter, Layah, 3; his son, Michael, 2; and the children's 11-month-old half-brother, Donovan Duell.

Region wakes up to more than 3 inches of snow

Frozen water is seen coming out of a pipe at an apartment building on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 in Rensselaer N.Y. Frozen water is seen coming out of a pipe at an apartment building on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 in Rensselaer N.Y. Ice still jams the Mohawk River at the Western Gateway Bridge Tuesday Jan. 16, 2018 in Schenectady, NY. Ice still jams the Mohawk River at the Western Gateway Bridge Tuesday Jan. 16, 2018 in Schenectady, NY.

Capital Bank opens branch in Schenectady

The 2,000 square-foot bank at the corner of Erie Boulevard and Rush Street includes a drive-thru window and a drive-up ATM. The Galesi Group is leasing the facility to Capital Bank.

Price Chopper's $6.5 million overtime lawsuit in final stages of settlement

Price Chopper is reaching the final steps in finalizing a $6.5 million legal settlement with salaried department managers who had sued the supermarket chain over unpaid overtime. A so-called fairness hearing, one of the last steps, is being held Thursday, Jan. 18, in U.S. District Court in Springfield, Mass., where the federal judge overseeing the case will consider if the settlement is "fair, reasonable, and adequate."

Schenectady police lieutenant due in court on domestic dispute

Schenectady Police Lt. Mark McKracken informs the media about a shooting and lockdown at 1349 Crane St. on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016, in Schenectady, N.Y. Schenectady Police Lt.

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