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Latest Schenectady County Trials News
Man charged with rape, murder waives right to jury trial
Albany, New York
Schenectady Herman Robinson will take his chances with a judge. Facing rape and murder charges backed by expected strong DNA evidence that could put him away for life, the 38-year-old city man waived his right to a jury trial Wednesday in Schenectady County Court. Instead, Robinson will go to trial before state Supreme Court Justice Michael Coccoma, who doubles as the state's administrative ...
September 17 2014
Man admits putting spy cam in hospital bathroom
New York
A 45-year-old man who is a registered nurse faces prison time for placing a surveillance camera in an employee bathroom at Schenectady's Ellis Hospital.
August 25 2014
Dems. Thorne and Southworth battle to face N.Y. Sen. Farley
Watertown, new york
Democrat Madelyn Thorne wants a rematch against state Sen. Hugh Farley, but she first must defeat former Ballston Supervisor Patti Southworth in a party primary. Thorne, 60, is endorsed by Democratic committees in Saratoga, Schenectady, Hamilton and Herkimer counties and backed by the Working Families Party. Thorne retired as director of pastoral care at the Glendale Home, the Schenectady County ...
July 16 2014
St. Peter's, Ellis form alliance to survive in brave new medical world
New York
Schenectady Ellis Medicine and St. Peter's Health Partners are forming a new organization, Innovative Health Alliance of New York, intended to help them coordinate patient care, reduce costs and compete for new types of contracts with public and private health insurers. The two large regional health systems are not merging, chief executives stressed at a news conference Tuesday at Ellis Hospital ...
June 22 2014
Woman injured after tumbling near waterfall
New York
Authorities say a woman is hospitalized after she fell between 25 and 50 feet while hiking alongside an upstate New York waterfall.Officials tell local media that the woman was climbing rocks along a waterfall in the Plotter Kill Preserve in the Schenectady County town of Rotterdam Thursday evening when she fell and landed in Plotter Kill Creek.
June 22 2014
Healthfirst Is Now a Proud Member of the MVP Health Care® Provider Network in Vermont
New York
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. and WILLISTON, Vt., April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Although the United States spends the most per capita on health care in the world, Americans don't enjoy better health and don't live as long as their counterparts in other developed nations. Therefore, the...
May 08 2014
Schenectady County wins grant to help manage asthma
New York
The $25,000 grant to Schenectady County will be used to coordinate services that help residents manage asthma, county health and Ellis Medicine officials said at a press event at the County Office Building. Patients who arrive at the Ellis Emergency Department with asthma will be identified for services that teach them about their medications and send nurses to their homes to detect asthma ...
May 08 2014
Rotterdam justice in race for county post
New York
Schenectady Rotterdam Town Justice Kenneth Litz has seen a lot during 24 years presiding over what he contends is one of the busiest courts in New York. "There's not much I haven't dealt with over the years, and that makes me well-suited to deal with what may come before me in county court," said Litz, a Republican, while discussing his candidacy for a higher-profile job. Litz is vying for ...
April 29 2014
Jury deciding cabbie-stabbing case
Schenectady, New York
SCHENECTADY — A jury could soon decide the fate of a mentally ill teenager charged with attempted murder for repeatedly stabbing a cabdriver in Schenectady last year. [...] he contends the defendant's documented psychotic mental health condition makes her not guilty by mental disease or defect — the "insanity defense." During the entirety of the closing arguments by her attorney Michael Braccini ...
April 15 2014
Obamacare cited in big losses
New York
Two Capital Region health insurers lost tens of millions of dollars last year and blamed their poor performances to costs linked to the Affordable Care Act and other new regulations. Albany-based Capital District Physicians' Health Plan lost $43.9 million. MVP Health Care of Schenectady lost $13.6 million. A third, HealthNow of Buffalo, parent of Latham-based Blue Shield of Northeastern New York ...
April 04 2014
Mother killed after daughter accidently hits her with car
New York
Town police say Della Rocco, 55, was directing her daughter in backing her car onto Old State Road. The accident occurred at the home of her brother in-law, Michael Della Rocco, the recently retired Schenectady fire chief. Margaret Della Rocco was a senior engineering technician in the Albany County public works division where she was employed for more than 25 years and worked on environmental ...
April 04 2014
NY AG settles with MVP Health Care for denying mental-health benefits to ‘thousands’ of New Yor
Schenectady, new york
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a settlement with Schenectady-based MVP Health Care after an investigation uncovered “widespread” violations of mental-health parity laws.
March 23 2014
State settles with MVP
New York
Albany MVP Health Care in Schenectady has agreed to reform its handling of behavioral health claims, cover residential treatment and charge its lower primary care co-payment for outpatient mental health and addiction treatment, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday. Under the settlement, MVP members in the Albany area, Hudson Valley and central New York can resubmit those denied ...
March 21 2014
Exclusive: Suspect in fire that killed four changes story
Leon, New York
St. Johnsville Edward Leon, a mechanic who has emerged as a suspect in a Schenectady house fire that killed a 32-year-old man and three of his children, told the Times Union this week that he was near the scene of the blaze around the time it began last May. That acknowledgement by Leon, 41, comes a week after federal law enforcement officials swarmed the small village of St. Johnsville, where ...
March 06 2014
Suspect in fire that killed four changes story
Leon, New York
Edward Leon, a mechanic who has emerged as a suspect in a Schenectady house fire that killed a 32-year-old man and three of his children, told the Times Union this week that he was near the scene of the blaze around the time it began last May. Less than a day after the fire, police arrested a Saratoga Springs man, Robert A. Butler, whose arson-murder charges were later shifted to U.S. District ...
March 06 2014
Man, 76, rescued from snowbound home
New York
SUMMIT (AP) — Authorities say a 76-year-old man is hospitalized after he spent more than a week trapped inside his snowbound, heatless home in a rural upstate New York town. The Schoharie County Sheriff's Office tells The Daily Gazette of Schenectady that a concerned neighbor called the man Tuesday at his home in Summit, 40 miles east of Albany.
February 28 2014
Capital Region will see red
New York
Albany Medical Center, Albany Stratton Veterans Administration Hospital, Blueshield of Northeastern New York, Capitalcare Medical Group, CDPHP, Espey Manufacturing, The First Church in Albany, First Niagara, The Palace Theater, Realty USA, Delmar; Rensselaer Tech Park Headquarters, RPI's EMPAC, The Sage Colleges, Saratoga Cardiology, Schenectady County Community College, SEFCU Headquarters ...
February 12 2014
Adam Lee Hall trial: Friends testify they saw 3 handguns day before murders
Schenectady, New York
SPRINGFIELD -- A day before three city men were killed Adam Lee Hall was allegedly seen removing three handguns from inside a large bag of dog food
January 22 2014
Ellen B. Sax joins MVP Health Care as Director, Corporate Social Responsibility
New York
SCHENECTADY, N.Y., Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ellen Sax has joined MVP Health Care as the new Director of Corporate Social Responsibility.  Ellen will be responsible for the enhancement of MVP's existing community relationships as well as fostering new relationships with organizations that will further benefit the communities that we serve.  "I am pleased to welcome Ellen to MVP," said Denise ...
January 14 2014
MVP to withdraw from New Hampshire
Schenectady, new york
Schenectady Schenectady-based MVP Health Care plans to withdraw from the New Hampshire market and concentrate its resources in Vermont and New York, where almost all of its members are located. It said just 1 percent of its 600,000 members were in New Hampshire. The move isn't expected to have any impact in the Capital Region, a spokeswoman said. — Eric Anderson
October 18 2013
MVP Health Care decides to withdraw from New Hampshire
Schenectady, new york
MVP Health Care, a health insurer with members in three states, on Tuesday announced it intends to withdraw its services from New Hampshire to concentrate on New York and Vermont.
October 18 2013
MVP Health Care® and Healthways Celebrate 10-Year Partnership and Extend Availability of SilverSne
Schenectady, new york
As part of its promise to have a positive impact on the health and wellness of those they serve, MVP Health Care® today announced a long-term extension of its agreement with Healthways to offer the award-winning SilverSneakers® Fitness Program through 2016.
October 18 2013
Ellis Medicine Campaign Promises Hope for Chronic Heart Conditions
Schenectady, new york
Smith & Jones Launches Cardiology Marketing for Local Hospital System (PRWeb October 02, 2013) Read the full story at
October 18 2013
Schenectady woman found guilty of killing grandson
Schenectady, New York
The Schenectady woman accused of beating her 8-year-old grandson to death has been found guilty. Gloria Nelligan was convicted of murder in the second degree and first-degree manslaughter.
October 15 2013
Judge convicts grandmother of killing grandson
Pelham, New York
A 43-year-old Schenectady mother faced the possibility Tuesday that she will spend the rest of her life in prison for slowly beating to death the 8-year-old grandson she was supposed to care for. Nelligan was guilty of second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter, the top counts she against her, for killing Sha'hiim, the boy prosecutors said she beat over a two day period for stealing a ...
October 02 2013
Grandmother convicted of murder
Pelham, New York
A 43-year-old Schenectady mother faced the possibility Tuesday that she will spend the rest of her life in prison for slowly beating to death the 8-year-old grandson who was in her care. Nelligan was guilty of second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter, the top counts against her, for killing Sha'hiim, the boy who prosecutors said she beat over a two-day period for stealing a pack of gum ...
October 02 2013
Driven to help cancer patients recover
New York
The nonprofit was founded in 2009 by Dr. Thomas Goodman, a doctor at Upstate Hematology Oncology; his wife, Cynthia Goodman, a psychotherapist; Vicki Ragucci, a certified public accountant; Nancy Sciocchetti, a senior partner at the O'Connell and Aronowitz law firm; and Judge Vincent Versaci, a Schenectady County Surrogate's Court judge. The foundation also provides ancillary services to ...
September 25 2013
Opening statements made in Schenectady murder trial
New York
SCHENECTADY — After fatally shooting Rashad "Twin" Robinson, Rodney "Rock" Davis cleared his jammed gun and then opened fire on two of Robinson's friends as they fled, a prosecutor told jurors Tuesday during her opening statements. Robinson's friends, George Lloyd of Schenectady and Rotterdam resident Shawn Coons survived being shot and along with other eyewitnesses are expected to testify in ...
September 25 2013
DNA test put on trial
New York
It was a murder that vexed city police. On a spring evening three years ago, Brent Wentworth was strangled in his apartment in a quiet residential area on Schenectady's North Side. Wentworth, 41, described by family members as a hardworking man who suffered from schizophrenia, had no known enemies and appeared to be a victim of a random robbery. Detectives were stumped and ran short on leads ...
September 16 2013
Boil water order issued for part of Glenville
Schenectady, New York
Boil water order issued for part of Glenville GLENVILLE - Parts of the town are under orders to boil water after a water main break, Schenectady County announced Monday. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one (1) minute, and let it cool before using, or use bottled water certified for sale by the New York State Department of Health. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking ...
July 24 2013
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