An arrest in the Albany triple murder, cost of the conventer center doubles, upscale apartments for Schenectady, old but still good

Three men were found murdered Wednesday in an apartment on Delaware Avenue in Albany. The men were shot and the APD says it appears at least one of the men knew the shooter. The police have a suspect in custody and he'll arraigned this morning. [TU]

The Albany Convention Center Authority announced that the price tag for the project is now almost $400 million. That's about $200 million than the state has pledged to chip in. Jerry Jennings says he's not so sure about the project now. [TU]

The vacant Woodlawn School in Schenectady is being turned into upscale apartments. Eighteen units are planned for the building, with rents ranging $1000 - $1800 per month. [Daily Gazette]

A Clifton Park man redeemed a 41-year-old gift certificate at a Hot Dog Charlie's yesterday. He had won the certificate after pitching a no-hitter in the Albany Twilight Baseball League in 1967. [WNYT]

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