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A man was shot and killed inside the Riverfront Resource Center building in downtown Albany on Wednesday afternoon.
Are Albany city officials cooking up an elaborate cover-up about hotel payments? The plot thickens.
After a few moments of verbal fireworks, Albany city commissioners finalize a deal that might finally consummate a decadeslong transportation center project.
After getting a taste of politics, Albany style, Chicago-based developer Jason Benedict was granted a $3 million from the city of Albany’s Job Enhancement Fund and said he’s ready to get started on the project.
The former Water, Gas & Light building at 207 Pine Ave. is set to become the site of a $13.5 million boutique hotel, complete with a rooftop restaurant.
Quincy Smith announces candidacy to seek mayor’s seat.
The day of reckoning is at hand for males who want to jump into the world of politics.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue was called for a meeting with the president and had to miss the American Peanut Growers Association 100th anniversary celebration Thursday.