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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
2 convicted in fraud scheme

A jury convicted two Capital Region men of defrauding investors and lenders in a "complex, quid pro quo scheme," the state Attorney General's office said Thursday. After a two-week trial in Albany County Court that included testimony from over 30 witnesses and the admission of thousands of documents, the jury took just three hours to find David Mazzeo, 59, of Guilderland and Michael C. Caruso of Schenectady guilty of all counts charged, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.

25 things to do this weekend

The Irish band, The Academic , composed of young musicians who released their first album, "Tales from the Backseat," last month, will be performing at The Hollow on Sunday. Get details .

Maybe NYCHA Gets More State Aid Because it is Really, Really Big

A view of the Castle Hill Houses from the Castle Hill Houses, which has more than 2,000 apartments. That's more than the entire public-housing portfolio of Albany, Schenectady or Troy.

For producer, 'Les Miserables' was love at first listen

The touring cast of "Les Miserables" performs the song "One Day More." The touring cast of "Les Miserables" performs the song "One Day More."

Judge issues order of protection in Schenectady cop case

Schenectady Police Lt. Mark McCracken, left, leaves City Court with his attorney Receive Bauscher, right, and girlfriend Megan Johnson, center, after his appearance in court on Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y. less Schenectady Police Lt.

Etude Club of Schenectady a musical community

Etude QuartetFrom left to right: Jennifer Cornell, violin Heather Chan, violin Cathie-Jo Brun, cello Meme Pittman, viola photo credit: Joseph Dalton Etude QuartetFrom left to right: Jennifer Cornell, violin Heather Chan, violin Cathie-Jo Brun, cello Meme Pittman, viola photo credit: Joseph Dalton Musical collaborations and friendships have been going strong at the Etude Club of Schenectady since its founding in 1925. Once a month from autumn through spring, the women members take turns hosting club meetings, which consist of an hour of music followed by social time over food and drink.

Making their voices heard

Finalists from last year's Raise Your Voice singing competition on stage at Proctors. CASA of the Capital Region hosts this year's event April 26. This year's benefit is April 26 in Proctors' GE Theatre .

Bronx father pleads 'I can't breathe' as cops ignore him

Former student gunman shoots 'at least seven dead' and leaves up to 50 injured at Florida High school on Ash Wednesday after going on rampage before being taken into custody in an ambulance following dramatic showdown with SWAT Andrew Kearse, 40, complained of dizziness and difficulty breathing while in the custody of Schenectady, New York police after a foot chase in May 2017 His words recall the death of Eric Garner who cried 'I can't breathe' during an attempted arrest on Staten Island borough in 2014 Chilling audio has been released on which a Bronx man's final moments can be heard while New York State cops ignore his pleas for life.

Lock of George Washington's Hair Found in College Library

A small lock George Washington's hair has been found in a college library during an inventory review of old books. Union College in Schenectady, New York, said in a news release the hair was found inside n envelope in a 1793 almanac called "Gaines Universal Register or Amercian and British Kalendar for the Year 1793."

NY's plan: Swap I Love NY signs with similar ones

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration proposed replacing the I Love NY signs with ones that looked almost exactly the same. The feds said no.

Flanagan wants to starve Start-Up NY program

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan leads a press conference Tuesday where he and others in the Senate discussed the GOP plan to cut taxes in the state and curtail the Start-Up NY program. Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan leads a press conference Tuesday where he and others in the Senate discussed the GOP plan to cut taxes in the state and curtail the Start-Up NY program.

Key witness takes stand at deadly fire trial in Schenectady

Jason Sacks, a building manager who failed to make sure the fire alarm system and the fire doors worked in a Jay Street apartment building where four people died, took the stand Wednesday morning to testify against a Kenneth Tyree, code enforcement officer who also faces charges in connection with the fire.

Photos: Work on Schenectady's collapsed hillside gets underway

Work was underway Wednesday morning as construction workers and engineers tried to stabilize the hillside above Nott Terrace in Schenectady. Tons of soil, trees and stones slid onto a home on Nott Terrace on Jan. 28, 2018.

Slow melt is best for Mohawk ice jam

Traffic moves over the Western Gateway Bridge that connects Scotia and Schenectady as the ice remains jammed on the Mohawk River Tuesday, Jan 23, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. Traffic moves over the Western Gateway Bridge that connects Scotia and Schenectady as the ice remains jammed on the Mohawk River Tuesday, Jan 23, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. Ice jams beneath the new Rexford Bridge on State Route 146 over the Mohawk River Thursday Jan. 25, 2018 in Clifton Park, NY. Ice jams beneath the new Rexford Bridge on State Route 146 over the Mohawk River Thursday Jan. 25, 2018 in Clifton Park, NY.

111 students enter Capital Region Spelling Bee

Eighth grader Rayna Sarcar, 14, of Niskayuna, spells the word "plenary" to win the 36th Annual Capital Region Spelling Bee at Proctors Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. Sarcar will advance to the 91st Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. in May. less Eighth grader Rayna Sarcar, 14, of Niskayuna, spells the word "plenary" to win the 36th Annual Capital Region Spelling Bee at Proctors Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Schenectady, N.Y. Sarcar will advance ... more SCHENECTADY - Imagine being on the Proctors stage, the chandeliers blazing down on an audience staring raptly as you decide how to spell "macron," a word most Americans never need to learn.

N.Y. lawmakers push for preservation of rape kits

Abby Haglage of New York City gives a very emotional statement while calling for reform in the sexual assault legislation during a press conference on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, at the State Capitol in Albany, N.Y. Abby Haglage of New York City gives a very emotional statement while calling for reform in the sexual assault legislation during a press conference on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, at the State Capitol in Albany, FILE - A rape kit is laid out in the room allocated for sexual abuse cases at the Albany Medical Center. FILE - A rape kit is laid out in the room allocated for sexual abuse cases at the Albany Medical Center.

Lock of Washington's hair discovered at Union College

An envelope and strands of George Washington's hair seen here at Union College on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y. An envelope and strands of George Washington's hair seen here at Union College on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y. From left to right, a view of a book, Gaine's Universal Register, that is believed to have belonged to Philip J. Schuyler, an envelope that was inside the book and some strands of hair of George Washington's hair and a letter written to Philip J. Schuyler, seen here at Union College on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y. Philip J. Schuyler was the son of General Philip Schuyler.

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