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- Local teams shine | 1 hour, 15 minutes ago
- EDITORIAL: What we’re thankful for | 3 hours, 15 minutes ago
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- Bethlehem’s textile recycling day a success | 23 hours, 27 minutes ago
- Six sign their letters of intent | 1 day, 1 hour ago
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- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- 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
- Local teams shine
- Six sign their letters of intent
- Sports poll: Who is the top Class AA football player?
- North Rockland ends Bethlehem’s run
- Bethlehem's ride continues through regionals
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- It’s a wonder
- ‘Animals’ magnetism
- Tapping into a children’s classic
- Putting a shine on the season
- Troubled motherhood
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Community helps ’Birds soar
- LETTER: Kenwood Avenue sidewalk needs updating
- LETTER: Registry would prevent further suffering of animals
- LETTER: Town in great shape
- LETTER: Justin Corcoran is experienced, ethical
- No damages in ex-cop’s civil suit
- Heroin use on the rise
- Resilience follows unthinkable tragedy
- On the front line of an epidemic
- County executive OK’s new cyber-bully law
- Going nuts
- Utility substation proposed
- Cumberland Farms rezone gets the OK
- Guilderland Central School District calls for bids on upgrades
- Hopes rise for indoor facility at Colonial Acres
Food company founded by Delmar couple marks its 10th anniversary
Caroline Barrett knew quitting her job was a risk.
Bethlehem girls soccer, boys volleyball reach state semifinals
As the winter sports season begins, let’s take a look back at the fall season.
District projects $129k budget gap next year, while focusing on long-term vision
School district leaders again sought community input before budget deliberations begin, but this year, residents had new insight on the excess capacity of its buildings.
The Town of Bethlehem helped launch the Clothes the Loop NY statewide environmental campaign with a successful textile collection event on America Recycles Day, Saturday, Nov. 15.
Comber, Cremo and Rickert choose to play DI lacrosse teams
Six Bethlehem Central High School seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to play sports at the collegiate level at a Tuesday, Nov. 18, ceremony.
Plan sparks little feedback, stays under state tax cap
The Bethlehem Town Board unanimously passed its 2015 budget last week.
Bethlehem receives top marks for website
The website for the Town of Bethlehem has been named among the top in the state by a local, independent think tank.
Several modernizations and improvements are scheduled for the Albany County Nursing Home, which will be bonded over the next two years for a total of $2.456 million.
Katie’s Koats collects outerwear to help those in need
At areas around the Capital District, residents will once again find drop boxes for Katie’s Koats to provide warmth to the homeless and veterans around the area during winter months.
Spending plan holds 1.94 percent property levy tax increase
Town Board members adopted next year’s budget totaling almost $7.23 million, which stays within the tax cap while tapping about $70,000 less from fund balances.
Voorheesville Middle School Drama Club to present a musical twist on a classic this weekend
Two years ago, Stefanie DeFronzo took a summer workshop at the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham and played the white queen in the musical “Wonderland.”
Director to begin casting in the Capital District for film that has become a labor of love
A Brooklyn-based production team – headed by acclaimed documentary director, Jeremiah Zagar – is preparing to spend the summer filming in the Capital District, and is currently auditioning local talent in search of the lead role.
Author of popular series talks to Guilderland students
Three years after trying to get syndicated and years after the first draft was sketched out, a wimpy kid finally got his time in the spotlight. That light is still shining, too.
Some concerned about Van Dyke site’s proximity to schools
The public hearing for a proposed National Grid substation in Delmar will be extended as the utility prepares more information for the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals.