In Delmar, a son axed his father to death and severely maimed his mother in the dead of night.

In Hoosick Falls, a mother drowned her son in a bathtub and attempted to drown his brother.

In Guilderland, a high school senior shot his mother in the head as she sat at her computer desk inside a walk-in closet, and then went to the police station and said he had done something bad.

In Nassau, a man caught his dope-addict wife in bed with another man and nearly killed her.

In these Capital Region tragedies, the homes - desirable by most standards - eventually went on the real estate market.


The much anticipated announcement is here. The Business Review is proud to introduce this year's 40 Under Forty.

... here’s a little background. The program honors 40 young business leaders. As the name suggests, they’re all under age 40.

The class of 2013 is the latest group of young, ambitious professionals to be honored in a Capital Region tradition that dates back 14 years. A Business Review advisory board picked the latest 40 from more than 500 nominations.

The winners will be honored at an awards lunch on Thursday, May 9, at the Hilton

Hey Google, We Still Love Reader

Mar 13
Category | Social


Hear that clunking sound? That's thousands of jaws dropping at the news that Google Reader is going to be retired come July 1, 2013. That whooshing sound is "Google Reader" shooting to the top of Twitter's worldwide trends, even on a day when a new pope was picked. And that giant "NOOOOOOOO" sound is the Internet's reaction to Google's most unpopular decision in — well, as far back as I can remember.

Admittedly, I'm biased. I work in a newsroom, and we journalists love our RSS feeds. But judging by widespread outrage on social

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