Harrison Grubb, NEWS10 ABC

Harrison Grubb

NEWS10 ABC

Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Harrison:

Local farmers adapting to dry conditions

As this summer's dry weather continues, farmers across the Capital Region have had to make adjustments to continue growing in drier soil. At Swartz Farm in Castleton, the irrigation system was running again Friday afternoon, something that's been a common sight all season. → Read More

Alleged bail jumper’s girlfriend arrested

Days after Andrew Gibson was arrested in Rensselaer County after skipping his February sentencing, another person has been arrested in connection with his alleged bail jumping. New York State Police arrested a Nassau woman, who they say is Gibson's girlfriend, Tuesday for allegedly allowing the wanted man to stay in her home. → Read More

Pittsfield begins restricting outdoor water use

As the hot and dry weather persists across the region, Pittsfield has started implementing restrictions on outdoor water use. The limits, which began Monday, include watering lawns and gardens, washing vehicles and filling swimming pools. → Read More

Berkshire DA investigation finds Miguel Estrella shooting was self-defense

Following a months-long investigation into the fatal officer-involved shooting of Miguel Estrella in Pittsfield, the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office determined the shooting was an act of self-defense. Estrella, who was 22-years-old, was shot and killed on the night of March 25th. → Read More

Contents of Harlem Hellfighters time capsule revealed

The New York State Military Museum revealed the contents of a nearly century old time capsule Thursday. The box, which was located at the Harlem Armory, includes dozens of artifacts related to the Harlem Hellfighters and the community in the 1910's and 1920's. → Read More

Saratoga Springs City Council strikes down ordinance on panhandling

The Saratoga Springs City Council narrowly voted to strike down an ordinance that would have restricted "aggressive solicitation" in the city. The proposed legislation, which failed by a 3-2 vote, comes as visitors and businesses complain about aggressive panhandling. → Read More

Dry conditions make for moderate fire danger

As the hot and dry weather continues this summer, a large portion of New York State, including parts of the Capital Region, is at a moderate fire danger. As these conditions persist, officials are urging everyone to take precautions to help prevent the possibility of wildfires. → Read More

“It’s like Groundhog Day”: Glenville rail bridge struck again

Another day, another bridge strike in Glenville. A 26-year-old truck driver was ticketed after hitting the Glenridge Road Overpass Friday morning. While the truck was able to pass through the bridge, the top of the trailer was completely torn off. → Read More

Local experts react to recession fears

The United States economy shrunk for the second consecutive quarter, raising concerns about the potential of a recession in the future. The 0.9% drop off from April through June comes after real Gross Domestic Product shrunk by 1.6% earlier this year. → Read More

NY Army National Guard trains to combat wildfires

Soldiers from the New York Army National Guard conducted firefighting training at Round Lake Tuesday. Using a so-called Bambi Bucket, crews scooped up and discharged water, exercises designed to prepare for any efforts to combat wildfires. → Read More

How the Capital Region is preparing for monkeypox

For the second time in just over two years, the World Health Organization has declared an outbreak a global emergency. Last week, the WHO gave that distinction to monkeypox, which has infected at least 2,800 people in the United States to this point. → Read More

Local flight school: now could be perfect time to become a pilot

As the busy travel season continues to bring headaches to some airline passengers, a local flight school says now is a great time to consider becoming a pilot. Part of the recent issues in the industry have been caused by staffing concerns, including a pilot shortage. → Read More

Local flight school: now could be perfect time to become a pilot

As the busy travel season continues to bring headaches to some airline passengers, a local flight school says now is a great time to consider becoming a pilot. Part of the recent issues in the industry has been caused by staffing concerns, including a pilot shortage. → Read More

Poestenkill residents learn more about proposed water district

Over 18 months after PFAS was first detected in the wells at Algonquin Middle School in Poestenkill, residents got an opportunity to learn more about a proposed water district that would deliver clean water Thursday night. The proposal would cost an estimated $5.5 million. → Read More

Guilderland Police holds active shooter training

GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Around two dozen came out to Guilderland Town Hall Tuesday night as the Guilderland Police Department hosted an active shooter training class. The session, stressing the steps to take during an active attacker situation, hopes to provide lifesaving information. The roughly two hour class going over the tree steps to take […] → Read More

Common council overrides veto on downtown skateboarding

Just days after Mayor Kathy Sheehan vetoed action to repeal part of a decades-old ban on skateboarding in downtown Albany, the common council overrode her veto Monday night. The decision, 12-0, reaffirms the council's decision to repeal part of the city code. → Read More

School taking donations for family of Onnex Thompson-Hall

In the days following the tragic death of 6-year-old Onnex Thompson-Hall, the community continues to come together to mourn his loss. Onnex's school, the Crossroads Center for Children in Rotterdam, is taking donations on its website to benefit the young boy's family. → Read More

NWS confirms microburst impacted Fort Edward Tuesday

The National Weather Service in Albany confirmed Wednesday that Tuesday's severe weather produced a microburst in Fort Edward. Throughout the small neighborhood on Galusha Island, cleanup efforts continued for a second day to clear branches and other debris. → Read More

Driver seriously injured after striking vehicle, house

Police are investigating after a serious crash in the city of Troy. → Read More

Storm leaves trail of damage in Fort Edward

FORT EDWARD, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Tuesday’s severe weather swept across parts of the Capital Region, leaving a trail of damage in some areas north of Albany, including in Fort Edward. Residents there spent much of the afternoon cleaning up branches and debris after damaging winds. “My neighbor that lives in front of me said that […] → Read More