Gloversville man arrested following drug investigation

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Gloversville man arrested following drug investigation AMSTERDAM, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office announced the arrest of Ryan T. McCue, 34, of Gloversville. McCue had an active warrant from the Montgomery County Court. Get the latest, news, weather, sports and community events delivered right to your inbox! According to the police, McCue was the focus of a long-term investigation into the sale of controlled substances in Amsterdam. McCue sold controlled substances to a law enforcement source in November 2022.McCue was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell and criminal sale of a controlled substance. He was arraigned in Montgomery County Court on June 20. He was released on his own recognizance.

Best vegetarian-friendly restaurants around Albany, according to Yelp

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Best vegetarian-friendly restaurants around Albany, according to Yelp ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- If you’re looking for some great vegetarian options in the Capital Region, you have quite a few options. These are the best vegetarian-friendly restaurants in the Albany area, according to Yelp. Get the latest, news, weather, sports and community events delivered right to your inbox! 10. Hu's HouseYou can view the menu on the Hu's House website.Rated 4 out of 5 (173 reviews)Price: $$Address: 1619 Central Avenue in AlbanyTop review: “Stopped here for a quick dinner before jumping on a flight. I was actually surprised they had authentic Shanghainese in Albany and they have a very extensive menu. And speaking of menu, I loved that almost every dish had a picture. There's so many things I grew up eating that I'm not sure the name is and the pictures definitely helped. Ordered soup dumplings, kingdom pork chop, and eggplant garlic sauce. It was all very good comfort food, although I thought it was weird that they charge $0.50 for rice....times are tough! Servic...

NYSP: Guilderland woman allegedly stole over $9,000 from employer

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

NYSP: Guilderland woman allegedly stole over $9,000 from employer GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- State Police in Latham arrested Nicole M. Lynch, 36, for grand larceny in the third degree and falsifying business records in the first degree. Lynch was taken into custody following an investigation into a complaint from a Colonie business that an employee took money without permission. Get the latest, news, weather, sports and community events delivered right to your inbox! According to the police, Lynch was working for the company in a management role. Lynch reportedly falsified business records and stole over $9,000. Lynch was processed at SP Guilderland and issued an appearance ticket for the Colonie Town Court on July 19.

Ryan Seacrest will host 'Wheel of Fortune' after Pat Sajak retires next year

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Ryan Seacrest will host 'Wheel of Fortune' after Pat Sajak retires next year LOS ANGELES (AP) — The category? “Proper Name.” The answer? Ryan Seacrest, who will become the new “Wheel of Fortune” host after Pat Sajak's retirement next year. Get the latest, news, weather, sports and community events delivered right to your inbox! Seacrest and Sony Pictures Television announced Tuesday that Seacrest has signed a multiyear deal to host the long-running game show starting with Season 42. Sajak recently announced the upcoming 41st season would be his last on the show.“I’m truly humbled to be stepping into the footsteps of the legendary Pat Sajak," Seacrest said in a statement. “I can say, along with the rest of America, that it’s been a privilege and pure joy to watch Pat and Vanna on our television screens for an unprecedented 40 years, making us smile every night and feel right at home with them.” Who will replace Pat Sajak on ‘Wheel of Fortune’? Seacrest in his statement also praised Vanna White, another mainstay of “Wheel of Fortune,” and signaled she wou...

Blues acquire Kevin Hayes from Flyers

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Blues acquire Kevin Hayes from Flyers ST. LOUIS - On the eve of the NHL Draft, the St. Louis Blues have completed their first trade of the 2023 offseason. The Blues have officially acquired forward Kevin Hayes from the Philadelphia Flyers. The Blues sent only a 2024 sixth-round draft pick to complete the deal. Expired tags ‘nightmare’: Woman gets car back as neighbor’s truck gets towed away Hayes had played 634 games over nine NHL seasons with the Flyers, New York Rangers and Winnipeg Jets. He finished with 18 goals, 36 assists and 54 points last year, just one point shy of his career-high. A former first-round draft pick, Hayes has three years remaining on a long-term contract he signed with Philadelphia in 2019. The Flyers are expected to retain half of Hayes' annual salary (around $3.5 million per year) for the remainder of his contract, according to The Athletic's Blues beat reporter Jeremy Rutherford. Close Thanks for signing up! Watch for us in your inbox. Subscri...

Final phase to connect and restore Forest Park waterways begins

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Final phase to connect and restore Forest Park waterways begins ST. LOUIS -- A groundbreaking for a project to help connect more waterways in Forest Park was held Tuesday morning. This project will continue through the 2023 summer. It will restore several features including the Seven Pools waterfall, Round Lake, Bowl Lake and add a pavilion on its shoreline.This is the final phase of the connected waterway project in Forest Park. It focuses on features in eastern portions of the park. The Forest Park Master Plan has already established a 2.5 nautical mile Taylor Kindle River. It has reshaped the way humans and wildlife interact with water in the park.

Tickets for Chiefs-Dolphins game in Germany sell out in minutes

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Tickets for Chiefs-Dolphins game in Germany sell out in minutes KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs fans had just minutes to snag tickets to the team's first game in Germany. Sports Illustrated reports tickets for the Chiefs' matchup with the Miami Dolphins sold out in about 15 minutes. Kansas City Chiefs hit the road with ‘Champions Tour’ Local fans were up bright and early since the sale started at 5 a.m. Tuesday, and some on social media said the Ticketmaster queue already had over 1 million people. The official Ticketmaster resale starts on July 12, but tickets are already popping up on third-party platforms. StubHub, for example, shows tickets to the Germany game for over $400 already. The Chiefs face the Dolphins at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 5 in Frankfurt, Germany, with the Indianapolis Colts playing the New England Patriots in Frankfurt the following week on Nov. 12. Tickets for that game go on sale July 11. This will be the third regular-season international game in Chiefs’ franchise history. The team previously played the Detroit Lions at Lo...

Avs trade Alex Newhook to Montreal Canadiens for 2023 draft picks

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Avs trade Alex Newhook to Montreal Canadiens for 2023 draft picks The Avalanche traded forward Alex Newhook to Montreal for two of the Canadiens’ 2023 draft picks and an AHL player on Tuesday, the eve of the NHL draft.Colorado received the No. 31 (first round) and No. 37 (second round) overall picks in exchange for the restricted free agent Newhook, whose entry-level contract just ended. Previously, the Avs’ only pick of the first four rounds was No. 27. Loading up on top-40 picks might be a sign of a bigger move on the horizon for first-year general manager Chris MacFarland.The first round of the draft is Wednesday (5 p.m. MT, ESPN) in Nashville.Related ArticlesColorado Avalanche | Avalanche 2023 NHL draft primer: Will the Avs use first-round pick or trade it? Colorado Avalanche | New Avalanche center Ryan Johansen “super close to 100%” recovered from leg surgery after trade from Nashville Colorado Avalanche | Avalanche acquires Ryan Johansen in trade with Predators, sending Alex ...

Costco begins cracking down on membership sharing

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Costco begins cracking down on membership sharing Costco wants shoppers to think twice before letting someone borrow their membership card.Just as Netflix recently cracked down on password sharing, Costco has announced that it is also cracking down on unauthorized use of its memberships."We don't feel it's right that non members receive the same benefits and pricing as our members," the wholesale giant said in a statement to Business Insider. "As we already ask for the membership card at checkout, we are now asking to see their membership card with their photo at our self-service checkout registers."Insider says Costco employees nationwide have been seen spot-checking membership cards in self-checkout lines, where the bulk of the unauthorized card-sharing takes place.Costco memberships range from $60 a year for Gold Star and Business cards to $120 per year for Executive membership. The company has nearly 125 million authorized cardholders in the U.S. and Canada which, according to Insider, contributes more to its bottom line than a...

Places to swim in L.A. County as the first heat wave of summer approaches

Published Wed, 21 Feb 2024 14:32:26 GMT

Places to swim in L.A. County as the first heat wave of summer approaches With the summer's first heat wave on the horizon, many L.A. County residents will be looking for ways to cool off and beat the intense heat.Luckily, the region has many public swimming pool locations to help shield residents from the summer sun. AMC Theaters will offer $3 and $5 movie tickets during the summer Here is a roundup of public swimming pools in Southern California:Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa MonicaThis five-acre beach house is open and completely free to the public. In addition to the pool, guests can enjoy a splash pad area, a playground area and will have access to the Santa Monia State Beach.Rose Bowl Aquatics Center in PasadenaThe aquatics center offers pools for both recreational and competitive swimming. Guests can also take advantage of water fitness classes or sign up for swimming lessons.The center is open Monday – Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 pm, Saturdays from 5:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Santa Monica Swim Center in Santa...

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