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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.

Population: 94172
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

Albany News
What's open, what's closed this weekend

Buses: CDTA will operate on a Sunday/holiday schedule on Monday. Services will be affected because of the parades.

Cops: Man assaults three Albany police officers

A city man faces assault charges after, police said, he choked and stabbed one officer and stabbed two others Thursday. Galloway then allegedly tried to strangle one of the officers as police tried to take him into custody, leaving the officer with a wrist injury.

Irish musical created in Albany headed to the Palace with

An Irish musical by Capital Region musicians and staged in Dublin last November will wind its way back to Albany at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 17, with a live performance at the Palace Theatre featuring the bulk of the original Irish cast. Co-written by Albany's own Jimmy Kelly and Jeff Strange, "Find Your Way Home" will boast a cast of 26 led by Alexandria Sharpe and musical direction by David Hayes .

Rainy Friday ahead of seasonable holiday weekend in Albany area

A pedestrian shelters under an umbrella as he makes his way up State Street in the rain Friday March 31, 2017 in Albany, NY. A pedestrian shelters under an umbrella as he makes his way up State Street in the rain Friday March 31, 2017 in Albany, NY.

16 things to do this weekend

South Glens Falls Memorial Day Parade. Celebrate Memorial Day with a home-town parade and ceremony.

Churchill: Give me liberty, please, but I might prefer pizza

Mayor Kathy Sheehan's campaign caused controversy by handing out pizza at Monday night's meeting of the Albany County Democratic Committee. Mayor Kathy Sheehan's campaign caused controversy by handing out pizza at Monday night's meeting of the Albany County Democratic Committee.

Big fish: Catch-and-release awards programs gain traction

A summer flounder photo provided by the state Department of Environmental Conservation. According to DEC, the record for that type of fish was a 22.44-oound fluke caught by Charles Nappi of Hicksville in 1975.

Albany man accused of raping 14-year-old girl

A 19-year-old man from Albany is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in Greene County, State Police said Thursday. Troopers arrested Conor T. Moan on May 19 following an investigation into his alleged sexual relationship with a minor, State Police said.

The faces behind your favorite Albany-area radio personalities

They replaced Sean McMaster and Bethany Linderman, . They replaced Sean McMaster and Bethany Linderman, .

Mio Posto restaurant reopening in new location

Mio Posto , formally located at 68 Putnam St. in Saratoga Springs until it was destroyed by fire in November, will reopen at a new location at 200 Lark St. in Albany. This is the current location of Lark & Lily Wine Bar, which will be closing May 26. Mio Posto , formally located at 68 Putnam St. in Saratoga Springs until it was destroyed by fire in November, will reopen at a new location at 200 Lark St. in Albany.

Capital Rep works to stage a new move

The Capital Repertory Theatre Building on Pearl St. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, in Albany, N.Y. The Capital Repertory Theatre Building on Pearl St. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, in Albany, N.Y. Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill, right, producing artistic director at Capital Repertory Theatre, works with the cast of "Naked Influence" during a rehearsal on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. less Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill, right, producing artistic director at Capital Repertory Theatre, works with the cast of "Naked Influence" during a rehearsal on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. Capital Repertory TheatreA's current location at 111 North Pearl Street on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. Capital Repertory TheatreA's current location at 111 North Pearl Street on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Albany, N.Y. Capital Repertory TheatreA's current location at 111 North Pearl Street on ... (more)

Albany chef wins Remy Martin prize

Jermaine Wright, who owns a catering company in Albany and competed last year on the Food Network series "All-Star Academy," was named the Remy Martin Circle of Centaurs winner for this year. The contest, which pairs celebrities with younger talent, includes mentoring sessions for Wright with celebrity chef and Food Network star Marc Forgione and a cash prize.

Albany considers future of its trash disposal

Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan speaks at the All Saint Catholic Girls Academy in Albany, N.Y. on May 24, 2017. Sheehan fielded questions and input from local residents at the meeting about how the city should handle its municipal waste after it closes the Rapp Road landfill in 2023.

Artist named for downtown Albanya s Pawsome sculpture

The artists chosen to design 3-foot-tall sculptures of Nipper the Dog that will be on display around downtown Albany for the next year were named earlier this week. They are: The exhibit will officially kick off with a garden party on Friday, June 16, in Tricentennial Park, at Broadway and Columbia Street, during which historian, author and former Assemblyman Jack McEneny will be presented with the 2017 Norman S. Rice Arts, Culture and Education Award.

Man with deadly disease facing jury in Colonie tire theft

Dennis Boodrow, right, with his attorney, Kurt Haas, wait for the beginning of closing arguments at his grand larceny trial in Albany County Court. Boodrow has Huntington's disease, a lethal genetic ailment that destroys brain cells.

DiNapoli defends his office amid stipend controversy

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli defended in a Wednesday radio interview his office's approval of stipend payments to certain state senators that have sparked controversy . New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli talks about the fiscal issues facing the city of Albany during a press conference at the State Comptroller's office on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, in Albany, N.Y. Appearing on WCNY's "The Capitol Pressroom," DiNapoli said that the comptroller simply has an administrative role when it comes to approving payrolls.

Enjoy the sun because rain is on way to Albany area

Ten-month-old Lucy Mercogliano Easton of Albany gets a close up look at tulips in bloom at Washington Park Friday April 28, 2017 in Albany, NY. Ten-month-old Lucy Mercogliano Easton of Albany gets a close up look at tulips in bloom at Washington Park Friday April 28, 2017 in Albany, NY.

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