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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
Joining a fraternity may hurt grades, but boost income: study

Although the overall grade point average of college fraternity members suffers by about 0.25 points, their future income rises by roughly 36 percent, a study says. College fraternities aren't just for partying and making friends.

Jewish film fest lineup announced

A comedy-drama about conflict between the sexes at an Orthodox community in Jerusalem, a film about foster children fleeing the Nazis and a tribute to the late Jerry Lewis are all in the lineup for the 2017-2018 Jewish Film Festival, presented October through April by the Schenectady Jewish Community Center, 2565 Balltown Road. Admission per film covers the screening, post-movie discussion and light refreshments, costing $5 for SJCC members, $10 for the general public and free for students with school ID.

Schenectady county and several municipalities to unveil...

Mayor Gary McCarthy will release his first city budget proposal since a new casino opened in the city but he's saying little about whether the spending plan will include a tax cut or funding for the public safety commissioner position. For years, Schenectady has had the highest combined city, school and county property tax rate in the region.

Kimberly Hawkey brings her a a Escape Acta to Clayton Jazz festival

When Kimberly Hawkey returns here Saturday afternoon to be that day's featured artist at the Clayton Jazz Festival, it will be with her escape act. Ms. Hawkey performed at last year's festival when she was putting the finishing touches on her debut album, "Elvanelle & The Escape Act." On Saturday, she performs at 1:30 p.m. at the village's waterfront pavilion as part of the festival's "Jazz on the River" event.

No more hate

The Anti-Defamation League has pulled together 10 New York mayors - led by Bill de Blasio - who have all pledged to fight hate and extremism by signing the Mayors' Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism and Bigotry. "Now is the time for us to come together to oppose the hate and extremism we are seeing across the country, including right here at home in towns and cities across New York State," said Evan Bernstein, ADL's New York regional director, in a release.

Schenectady drug dealer tied to Bloods gets 10 years

A gang-linked Schenectady man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday for selling more than $1,400 of crack cocaine to an informant in a drug deal made in the presence of children playing in the snow. James Hileman, 29, who was tied to the Bloods street gang, received the prison time as well as eight years of supervised release at his sentencing in U.S. District Court in Syracuse before Chief Judge Frederick Scullin.

Mohawk Harbor signs need variances

The City Planning Commission conditionally approved a special use permit Wednesday for an electronic message board and design plans for a pylon and monument sign at the entrance of a $150 million waterfront residential-retail building project next to Rivers casino. But Rotterdam-based Galesi Group must now appear Oct. 4 before the Schenectady Zoning Board of Appeals for approval of three variances related to the height, square footage and setbacks of those signs that the firm wants to put up at the entrance to Mohawk Harbor.

Schenectady smoking ban around muny buildings moves forward

City Councilman Ed Kosiur recounted driving by the high school earlier this week and seeing students and some staff smoking across the street in front of homes where the sidewalk was littered with hundreds of cigarette butts. "This is just one component of the overall wellness , an important one," said McCarthy during a City Council Committee meeting on Monday.

Troy land bank hires new leader

Tozzi returns to work in Troy where he began his career in the city planning department. He will retire from his job as building and planning coordinator for the town of Malta in Saratoga County to take the $75,000 post with the land bank.

COMIN' SOON: New Concert Announcements

Terrific Texas troubadour James McMurtry is slated to make a return to the Hangar on the Hudson in Troy at 8pm on Saturday, October 28. Tickets are on sale now, priced at $20. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT : The Egg in Albany is hosting a Performing Arts Showcase featuring the Suitcase Junket, Vanaver Caravan, Ben Sollee & Kentucky Native and more.

Which Capital Region grads have the most student debt?

Students and parents get a tour of Siena College on Monday, July 10, 2017 in Loudonville, N.Y. Students and parents get a tour of Siena College on Monday, July 10, 2017 in Loudonville, N.Y. Union College President, Stephen Ainlay, left, hands a diploma to graduate Elizabeth Asch during the Union College commencement exercises on Sunday, June 12, 2016, in Schenectady, N.Y. Degrees were handed out to approximately 550 students on Sunday during the college's 222 graduation.

Why so many Upstate NY students leave college without degrees, unable to pay off loans

An aerial view of Onondaga Community College's campus. Students at community colleges across the country tend to have high default rates and low graduation rates.

Schenectady man who torched wife faces judge Wednesday

Antonio Bargallo leaves City Court after his arraignment on Murder 2nd degree Monday Mar. 5, 2017 in Schenectady, N.Y. Antonio Bargallo leaves City Court after his arraignment on Murder 2nd degree Monday Mar. 5, 2017 in Schenectady, N.Y. A photo of Elizabeth Gonzales, 48, published on a GoFundMe account that is seeking donations to help Gonzales's two sons after she was allegedly killed by her husband Saturday, March 5, 2017. Police say her husband, 69-year-old Antonio Bargallo, poured gasoline on Gonzales in their Schenectady home before lighting her and the house on fire.

New York's Bet on New Casinos Has Yet to Hit Jackpot

Tioga Downs, near Binghamton, N.Y., has not met revenue expectations since it became a full-fledged casino in December. The facility, here in 2015, had been a so-called racino, offering only video lottery terminals.

2017-2018 Jewish Film Festival announced for SJCC

A comedy-drama about conflict between the sexes at an Orthodox community in Jerusalem, a film about foster children fleeing the Nazis and a tribute to the late Jerry Lewis are all in the lineup for the the 2017-2018 Jewish Film Festival, presented October through April by the Schenectady Jewish Community Center, 2565 Balltown Road. Admission per film covers the screening, post-movie discussion and light refreshments, costing $5 for SJCC members, $10 for the general public and free for students with school ID.

Schenectady County building's bedbugs called a nuisance

FILE PHOTO: In 2012, the stucco was falling off the Schenectady County Department of Social Services building on Broadway in Schenectady, NY. FILE PHOTO: In 2012, the stucco was falling off the Schenectady County Department of Social Services building on Broadway in Schenectady, NY.

Mexico earthquake hit on the anniversary of the deadly 1985 temblor

The quake that struck Mexico City on the morning of Sept. 19, 1985, killed thousands of people.

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