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- Bethlehem Chabad’s Hanukkah celebration grows | 11 hours, 7 minutes ago
- EDITORIAL: A compromise must be made | 12 hours, 37 minutes ago
- LETTER: Easement welcomed | 18 hours, 7 minutes ago
- LETTER: VCSF presents first play | 18 hours, 37 minutes ago
- Albany County Legislature OKs ‘Toxic-free Toys Act’ | 1 day, 11 hours ago
- State Police kick off holiday ‘Drive Sober’ campaign | 1 day, 13 hours ago
Bethlehem Chabad’s Hanukkah celebration grows 11 hours, 7 minutes ago
Albany County Legislature OKs ‘Toxic-free Toys Act’ 1 day, 11 hours ago
A tree’s tale 5 days, 11 hours ago
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- NYS Supreme Court judge strikes down SAFE Act challenge
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- Bethlehem boys basketball pulls even
- Taking the next step
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Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Bethlehem Chabad’s Hanukkah celebration grows
- A tree’s tale
- Get into the groove
- A season for the spectacular
- It takes a village
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Easement welcomed
- LETTER: VCSF presents first play
- LETTER: A neighborhood to be proud of
- LETTER: Tax distribution still not fair 1 comment
- LETTER: Is this what you’d call winning?
- State Police kick off holiday ‘Drive Sober’ campaign
- Albany duo charged with using counterfeit bills
- No damages in ex-cop’s civil suit
- Heroin use on the rise
- Resilience follows unthinkable tragedy
- Monolith Solar seeks tax breaks from Bethlehem IDA
- A tree’s tale
- Indoor kart racing facility reopens under new company
- Advocates urge Albany County to pass ‘Toxic-Free Toys Act’
- Survey highlights holiday spending habits
Public hearing to be held on contentious downsize, some question timing
The Albany County Legislature voted 22-14 in favor of holding a public hearing Monday, Dec. 29, at 7:15 p.m., on amending the county charter to reduce the amount of legislators from 39 to 29 members.
Group hosts Hanaukkah Wonderland, inguaral parade of decorated cars
Since 2008, Bethlehem Chabad as hosted one of the largest Hanukkah events in the Capital District. The celebration has grown from a gathering to light the giant Menorah at Bethlehem’s Four Corners to hosting Hanaukkah Wonderland held at Town Hall.
Lawmakers approve ban on children’s products with known carcinogens
The Albany County Legislature on Monday, Dec. 8, voted 34-4 to approve Local Law J, known as the Toxic-Free Toys Act. The new law would ban the sale of children’s products containing benzene, lead, mercury, antimony, arsenic, cadmium and cobalt within the county.
State Police are participating again in the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, which started on Friday and continues through New Year’s Day.
Monolith Solar went before the Bethlehem IDA on Monday, Dec. 1, with representatives seeking nearly $700,000 in benefits. The company would be the first tech tenant within the Vista Technology Campus.
V’ville teen suicide victim's family hopes legislation will spare others from tragedy
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed “Jerry’s Law” last month, which ended the three-year crusade of Mary Clark to get a state law passed to help other families avoid the same tragedy her family faced.
Mayes family has been providing the town tree for the past five years
For the past five years, Majestic Tree Farm has provided the Town of Bethlehem’s Christmas tree. Nanette Mayes, who owns the tree farm with her husband, believes they were originally contacted about providing the town tree because they had provided the town with wreaths for around a decade.
Shared Highway Services Study proposes plans to save county $300K
Results from an independent countywide study show Albany County and its municipalities could save more than $300,000 if officials decide to share highway services.
Opera Saratoga hosts unconventional a cappella group
It may be fair to say that only in Saratoga Springs can one expect an opera to break out inside a night club?
Conservation easement and veterans designations to be discussed at public hearing
Town officials have asked the Bethlehem Central School District to consider taking part in the new conservation easement tax exemptions for qualified landowners. District leaders are also weighing if it should participate in the Alternative Veterans Tax Exemption.
Aerial acrobatics coupled with gravity-defying feats of balancing are the trademarks that have followed every Cirque Dreams production for the past two decades.
Bethlehem police arrested two Albany residents on Friday, Dec. 5, for allegedly using counterfeit currency to pay for goods at several area stores.
At Altamont’s Victorian Holidays Celebration, the tight-knit community opens its arms to visitors
The holiday spirit will be alive and well in Altamont this December, as the entire village invokes the sense of community, welcoming visitors throughout the Capital District to enjoy iconic sights and sounds.
Eckhardt’s 30 points not enough against Columbia
The Guilderland girls basketball team’s home debut did not go as planned.