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- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
- Proposed pet sellers and breeders local law
- Guilderland Library's proposed 2014-15 budget, board election
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- NYS Supreme Court judge strikes down SAFE Act challenge
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- Homeless Eagles have hope for 2014
- Game on
- The real karate kid
- Sports poll: What fall high school sport are you looking forward to watching in person?
- Their time to shine
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Game on
- Lawson Lake struck with algae bloom
- Mabee, it’s time for a visit
- Give a hoot
- Altamont Fair a summer tradition
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: It’s time to slow down on Hudson Avenue
- LETTER: Exchange for the better
- LETTER: Thanking a good Samaritan
- LETTER: Where was the assistance?
- LETTER: BC’s Russell Ellers fundraiser a success
- Money to aid seized horses
- UPDATED: Body found in Bethlehem home
- Taking a bite into fighting crime
- UPDATE: Selkirk sex offender charged
- Former Selkirk FD treasurer sentenced to 5 years probation
- Inaction irks developer
- Delmar ranked among top farmers markets
- Albany County set to limit tobacco sales
- Shrine Center seeking to install solar panels
- From addict to advocate for the disenfranchised
New research in pancreatic cancer is fueling hope
Two years after his brother’s death in 2002, Neil Piper and his wife decided they wanted to find a way to raise money for pancreatic cancer research.
New Scotland fails to draw bids for one contract, evaluating options
Little interest was drawn for contracts to construct the New Salem Water District, with one of the three contracts not receiving a single bidder.
BOCES-led consortium wins nearly $440k for 12 districts
A dozen area school districts welcomed an infusion of state funding to help improve assessment practices.
New Scotland Board mulls water lines for residential subdivision
Patience is running dry for a developer seeking a residential subdivision, with water infrastructure remaining a sticking point for town officials.
Balanced offense, experienced defense to help Bethlehem
The Bethlehem football team won’t have a home field this season.
Celebration of Scottish heritage draws a growing crowd
A little corner of Altamont will be filled with all things Scottish when the sound of bagpipes and the site of cabers flying through the air take over the Altamont Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
An algae bloom has blossomed again at Lawson Lake and local officials are prohibiting fishing and other water related activities from 420-acre park.
Leonardi has earned six national championships in three years
What began as a means to learn self defense has become much more to Pierce Leonardi.
Bethlehem police receive grant for the animals’ care
The Bethlehem Police Department has received a grant to help care for the horses seized in an animal neglect case last November.
For the second year in a row, Delmar Farmers Market has been selected as one of the top in the nation.
Bethlehem Town Board votes to lower limit from 35 to 30 mph
Bethlehem town officials have reduced the speed limit of a unique road amid concerns of pedestrian safety.
Town works on power purchase agreement for solar energy
The Town of Bethlehem is continuing to work toward a power purchase agreement that would save on energy costs through the use of solar panels.
Regional program prepares for first year at CNSE’s Albany campus
The phones were still off the hook, but Tech Valley High School Principal Dan Liebert could already hear educational opportunities calling area students.
Legislature passes ban on sales at pharmacies; McCoy to hold public hearing
Refilling your prescription medication and stocking up on cigarettes could require two separate stops a year from now.