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- UAlbany unveils RNA Institute | 14 hours, 17 minutes ago
- Common Core questions | 4 days, 20 hours ago
- Biernacki subdivision clears first hurdle | 5 days, 7 hours ago
- EDITORIAL: June’s arrival means paperwork for politicians | 5 days, 22 hours ago
- POV: Pass public funding of elections | 5 days, 22 hours ago
- LETTER: Show respect during the National Anthem | 5 days, 22 hours ago
- Guilderland Chamber's Annual Awards Dinner on June 12
- Voorheesville MS drafts pilot policy for electronic devices
- Tonko to visit V'ville library, discuss healthcare changes
- A look at the girls basketball field for Sectionals
- A look at the boys basketball field for Sectionals
- Section II swim meet primer
- Cricket steps up another notch as Tri-City joins Commonwealth League
- Guilderland Named Best Tasting Water in Albany County
- Sports poll: What is your favorite summer sports venue?
- Sports poll: Which Delmar/Guilderland sports team had the best spring season?
- Softball: Guilderland gets the jump on Bethlehem
- Softball: Guilderland beats Colonie in Sectional semifinals
- Sports poll: What are the odds a Section II lacrosse team wins a state title in 2013?
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Anniversary makes a splash
- Fun Run with a serious goal
- Trash to treasure
- [Photo Gallery] Bethlehem Memorial Day Parade
- Roots of knowledge
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Show respect during the National Anthem
- LETTER: IDA’s tax breaks must be reined in
- LETTER: Give the highway rhetoric a rest
- LETTER: Jared King for supervisor
- LETTER: Vote sends clear message
- A trail of troubles
- CEG president arrested on drunk driving charges
- Police investigate local banks scam incidents
- Who let the dogs in?
- Slingerlands residents arrested for car thefts
- Biernacki subdivision clears first hurdle
- SCCC contract approved
- IDA signs off on Vista tax break
- Owens Corning to go solar
- Meet the new Colonial Acres at open house event
New Scotland will buy water from Bethlehem to form new district
The New Scotland and Bethlehem town boards each approved an intermunicipal water supply agreement for the newly formed New Salem Water District on Wednesday, June 12.
State-of-the art facility will be home to genetic research on Alzheimer’s, HIV, cancer and more
A unique, state-of-the-art concept turned into a reality Tuesday, June 11, when the University at Albany opened the doors to its brand new biomedical technology development facility.
Education forum focuses on new testing requirements, state mandates
State Sen. Cecilia Tkaczyk, D-Duanesburg, and Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy, D-Albany, organized a forum, “Education at a Crossroads: A Forum on the Impacts of Testing and Mandates,” on Wednesday, June 5, in the Legislative Office Building at the Capitol.
New Scotland planners give preliminary approval for 12-lot project
A 12-lot subdivision in New Scotland saw considerably less public protest in its second public hearing before the town’s Planning Board, leading the board to move the project forward in the planning process.
Bethlehem celebrates Elm Avenue Pool Complex’s 40th birthday
Bethlehem celebrated the 40th anniversary of its Elm Avenue Pool Complex on Sunday, June 9, with a slide of cake, live band, bouncy house and of course swimming. There are several more events scheduled this year to continue the celebration.
GOP serves supervisor hopeful Jared King with accusatory letter
Republican and Bethlehem supervisor hopeful Jared King is on the outs with his own party.
Project at county offices will cost $87k more due to delay
Renovations paving the way for Schenectady County Community College to fill a floor at the Albany County’s offices can now officially begin, after some lawmakers questioned the contractor’s legitimacy.
$490k project years in making, already being used by summer campers
More than a year after the Bethlehem YMCA broke ground on a new lunch pavilion to accommodate the organization’s summer campers, the structure is complete.
Learning tool eight years in the making
On Tuesday, June 4, faculty, students and parents gathered at RCS High School for a dedication ceremony and open house to showcase the school’s new greenhouse.
Group's meetings foster creativity and camaraderie
The Colonie Art League has more than 250 members of the Colonie Art League, and gathers around the Capital District for art workshops, demonstrations and to feature their own work in local exhibits.
RCS students build floating creations for second Recyclable Boat Regatta
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School students in Scott Peck’s Design and Drawing for Production course constructed boats complete with oars or paddles capable of powering an operator 75 yards across Lawson Lake for the district's Recyclable Boat Regatta.
‘Composer to Center Stage’ brings songwriting to students, courtesy Albany Symphony Orchestra
It isn’t always an easy task to get kids excited about literacy, but one local school recently teamed up with the Albany Symphony Orchestra to combine reading with the medium of music.
Developers have moved away from the single-family homes
Members of the Bethlehem Town Board are studying the town’s housing makeup to consider whether it would be more prudent to approve housing developments in the planning process as outlined in the town’s Comprehensive Plan, or to advocate for more open space.
Clothe a Homeless Hero program implemented at Albany International Airport
The Albany County Veterans Service Bureau is working with the Albany County Airport Authority, the Transportation Security Administration and the Homeless and Travelers Aid Society to distribute unclaimed clothing left at airport security checkpoints to homeless veterans.