Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • Daniel Berrigan, activist priest who taught at LeMoyne, dies at 94

    Daniel Berrigan, activist priest who taught at LeMoyne, dies at 94 DANIEL BERRIGAN The Rev. Daniel Berrigan, right, and defense lawyer William M. Kunstler talk with newsmen after Berrigan and eight other Catholics were sentenced to two years to three-and-a-half years in prison in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 9,…

  • UAlbany lacrosse holds off UMBC in overtime

    UAlbany lacrosse holds off UMBC in overtime The University at Albany men’s lacrosse team clinched its fourth consecutive undefeated America East Conference regular season, nipping Maryland-Baltimore County, 15-14, in overtime on Saturday in Baltimore. Kyle McClancy scored the game-winner with just 15 seconds remaining in overtime to lift the…

  • Thousands gather at Canalside to support those with multiple sclerosis

    Thousands gather at Canalside to support those with multiple sclerosis BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)- Thousands of Western New Yorkers gathered at Canalside Saturday to show support for those battling multiple sclerosis. The mission of Walk MS is to step toward a cure for multiple sclerosis, an often disabling disease of the…

  • Opening day at the Lancaster National Speedway

    Opening day at the Lancaster National Speedway LANCASTER, N.Y. (WIVB) – Tires were burning at the Lancaster National Speedway. Saturday was opening day at the track. Tim Packman, track president, tells News 4 they made a few changes that are getting a great response from fans. “In the off…

  • Carthage man facing public lewdness charge

    Carthage man facing public lewdness charge Order Prints ‘); //–> ARTICLE OPTIONS CARTHAGE — Steven A. Featherson, 41, was charged by state police with public lewdness around 2 p.m. Friday at the state police station, 25873 State Route 37 in the town of Pamelia. Public lewdness is charged when…

  • Capital Region Muslim community comes to aid of those in need

    Capital Region Muslim community comes to aid of those in need April 30 marked National Muslim Soup Kitchen Day with eight community sites throughout the Capital Region serving free meals to those in need. Aliya Saeed, a physician who has volunteered in the soup kitchen at City Mission in…

  • Uber, blind riders reach settlement over service dogs

    Uber, blind riders reach settlement over service dogs SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Uber and advocates for the blind have reached a lawsuit settlement in which the ride-hailing company agrees to require that existing and new drivers confirm they understand their legal obligations to transport riders with guide dogs or…

  • Samaritans save father, son in fiery Bethlehem crash

    Samaritans save father, son in fiery Bethlehem crash

    Samaritans save father, son in fiery Bethlehem crash Photo: Picasa Image 1of/2 Caption Close Image 1 of 2 A car burst into flames Saturday after rolling and crashing into a ditch along Route 32 in Bethlehem. (Tom Heffernan Sr. / Special to the Times Union) A car burst into…

  • Police blotter for May 1

    Police blotter for May 1 New York State Police Friday, April 29: Khalin M. Warner, 30, of Morrisville ,was charged in Smithfield with fourth-degree criminal mischief: preventing an emergency call, fourth-degree criminal mischief, and second-degree harassment: physical contact. Oneida City Police Department Wednesday, April 27: Brandon M. Crouth, 29,…

  • Town of Tonawanda PD look to identify bank robber

    Town of Tonawanda PD look to identify bank robber TOWN OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WIVB)- The Town of Tonawanda Police Dept. is seeking your help to identify a suspect in a recent bank robbery. Police say that a black female entered the M&T Bank located on Delaware Avenue in the Town…