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Family outing 2 days, 7 hours ago
Oil trains ignite more opposition 2 days, 8 hours ago
No-no for Trevor Kniffin 4 days, 11 hours ago
Invasive trees being removed in Pine Bush 5 days, 11 hours ago
Glenmont sidewalks set to be installed 6 days, 17 hours ago
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- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
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- Sports poll: How many weeks of youth sports camps have you or your children participated in?
- Albany closes in on PGCBL playoff berth
- No-no for Trevor Kniffin
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Letters to the Editor
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- LETTER: Community made soccer tournament a reality
- Taking a bite into fighting crime
- UPDATE: Selkirk sex offender charged
- Former Selkirk FD treasurer sentenced to 5 years probation
- Court strikes down Albany County's cyberbullying law
- Ex-cop’s First Amendment case moves ahead
- The Gables developer seeks switch to condos
- Fundraiser goes to the dogs
- UPDATED: Voorheesville set to harness solar power
- Hoffman’s Playland set to take its final ride
- Photo Gallery: End of an era
Neighbor complaints lead Voorheesville to draft changes to front-yard regulations
Voorheesville officials said several complaints about one home’s front yard fence spurred a local law to tackle the problem.
Bethlehem officials cite pedestrian usage as primary concern
A road in Bethlehem with a unique speed limit may have it reduced following a request from the town’s highway superintendent.
African American cultural celebration at Empire State Plaza will feature entertainment and activities for all ages
The Empire State Plaza will come alive with a celebration of African American heritage on Saturday, Aug. 2, with African American Family Day scheduled from noon to 7 p.m.
McCoy wants Ezra Prentice residents moved away from rail line
As the smell of oil permeated the air and the rumble of oil trains being jerked into motion echoed in the background, residents of public housing in Albany gathered to hear officials ask for more regulations of the transportation of volatile oil.
Ace pitches Bethlehem to Eastern New York State championship
Trevor Kniffin picked a good time to pitch his second career no-hitter.
Commission set to clear 47 acres of black locust trees, reclaim landscape
Hundreds of invasive trees will be removed from the Pine Bush Preserve before next year, which will dramatically shift the landscape in preparation for a native habitat.
Construction of pathway along Feura Bush Road to begin at end of month
Construction on new sidewalk along Feura Bush Road in Glenmont is set to begin this month after the Bethlehem Town Board opted to bond for a portion of the project’s costs.
Mercury project on track to finish at the end of the year
The former site of a mercury refinery that borders the towns of Colonie and Guilderland is on track to be cleaned up the end of 2014 as it enters phase two of the project.
Latham woman who lost her son to suicide wants to sell her family’s land for affordable housing for veterans
Sitting on the remains of an old wooden wagon, Gloria Knorr reminisces how her family has owned the Latham land for 100 years and explains her plans to create a community to memorialize her son.
Bethlehem YMCA dedicates new playground to Bethlehem boy who died of brain cancer two years ago
The memory of Myles McAdoo will put smiles on the faces of children for years to come, after a playground was dedicated in his honor last week.
Keystone Builders says change in designation could mean quicker build-out
A housing development in the Town of Bethlehem is seeking permission to revert from the project’s approved townhomes to condominiums to entice potential buyers with lower taxes.
Young scientists compete to see who can tell the best science tale
A large stage, four curious judges and 10 contestants with only three minutes to perform.
Democrats draft last-minute amendment to clear step for Solider On project
Dozens of veterans spoke out against Democratic legislators proposing to stall Solider On’s housing project, which spurred a last-minute amendment to clear a procedural step.
Bethlehem 15s close in on Eastern New York Babe Ruth title and regional berth
The Bethlehem Babe Ruth 15-year-old All-Stars scrapped their way to another playoff victory.