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Schenectady art start-up Gallery 5 hosts second pop-up showcasing new art and artists

Gallery 5 Schenectady is hosting their second art exhibit and sale: Showcase No. 2 – Fall for Art – A Collection of Local Art on the weekend of Friday, October 27 through Sunday, October 29 at the Electric City Apartments retail storefront

City Council hopefuls, mayoral candidates square off

By Kayla DeMicco and Marlene McTigue On Thursday evening, the people of Schenectady gathered at the Carl B. Taylor Auditorium at SUNY Schenectady in hopes of gaining a better understanding of their choices regarding who would represent them for the

CDTA Begins Work on Transit Development Plan

The Capital District Transportation Authority has started work on a Transit Development Plan (TDP). The TDP is a strategic blueprint that outlines the future vision and goals for enhancing and expanding public transportation services within CDTA’s service network. This forward-looking

The NYS Board of Elections issue a warning of staff impersonations

Across multiple counties, many reports have been made of individuals impersonating county Board of Elections staff, said the state Board of Elections on Friday.  BOE officials said the impersonators are confronting voters about their registration status and falsely accusing voters

CDTA Announces Service Changes Effective Sunday, September 3, 2023

The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) will make service changes to several routes on Sunday, September 3, 2023. Adjustments to routes are made on a regular basis in response to ridership trends, development patterns, as well as customer and employee input.

Your Schenectady hits the presses! – August 2023 edition

Our team presents you with our August 2023 edition of the Your Schenectady newspaper! Click through the pages to find original content by our reporters and freelance writers bringing the scoop on what’s been happening in Schenectady since our last

Transfinder: Transforming school transportation beyond Schenectady

SCHENECTADY- Although Transfinder, a software company based in downtown Schenectady, isn’t likely to become a household name in the short term, its impact nevertheless extends well beyond the city limits. Founded here in 1988, the corporation has grown from a

City advances Smart Health initiatives with Stay Well Program

By Stephen Williams  The groundbreaking Stay Well Program has begun the enrollment process of administering temperature sensors to patients in hopes to lower their risk of ending up back in the hospital. Ellis is working with innovative tech company, AION

Patrolfinder app nears rollout for Schenectady PD

 Big changes in local policing may be on the horizon with the upcoming rollout of the Patrolfinder app, developed by Schenectady-based company Transfinder in partnership with the city’s police department. The app, designed to enable officers to quickly view and

Republican mayoral candidate Nelligan offers views

Republican mayoral candidate for Schenectady, Matt Nelligan, likely has his work cut out for him if he’s to best incumbent Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy, a Democrat, in the November general election. According to recent data from the New York State

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