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- LETTER: Town in great shape | 1 day ago
- A sensory-friendly Halloween | 1 day, 14 hours ago
- LETTER: Justin Corcoran is experienced, ethical | 1 day, 17 hours ago
- Race for 109th covers familiar ground | 1 day, 18 hours ago
- Hoping for sweet success | 1 day, 19 hours ago
Guilderland Central School District plans ‘community summit’ 45 minutes ago
Hoping for sweet success 1 day, 19 hours ago
Paul Tonko, Jim Fischer see different paths 2 days ago
Park Playhouse and Palace partner up 2 days, 15 hours ago
Bethlehem sets race fees 2 days, 16 hours ago
- 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
- Bethlehem sets race fees
- Sports poll: Which team will win the Section II Class AA boys soccer title?
- The Spotlight Player of the Week
- Down and derby
- Bethlehem girls volleyball ready for Sectionals
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Park Playhouse and Palace partner up
- A shared experience
- Passport to understanding
- Redemption time
- Down and derby
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Town in great shape
- LETTER: Justin Corcoran is experienced, ethical
- LETTER: It’s time for the state to release abuse statistics
- LETTER: Corcoran stands out as a solid choice for Supreme Court
- LETTER: Walk highlights state’s failure to protect the disabled
- On the front line of an epidemic
- County executive OK’s new cyber-bully law
- Police: Delmar-Bethlehem EMS volunteer arrested for fraud
- Sex offender arrested in Bethlehem
- Police: V’ville man performed sex acts with 14-year-old
- Hoping for sweet success
- Veto override fails to gain support
- Monolith Solar headed for Vista Technology Campus
- Bethlehem soccerplex breaks ground
- Hoffman's Playland move set
Cross section of district sought to develop solutions for tackling financial woes
Guilderland school district leaders are looking to community members for solutions addressing excess capacity and waning resources after setting aside scenarios from a recent building capacity study.
Albany’s Autism Society hosts its first Trunk or Treat event at Spotted Zebra
The Capital District’s Autism Society will hold its first annual Sensory-Friendly Trunk or Treat event, where kids can come and enjoy Halloween without the jumps and scares.
Fahy touts her experience; Calhoun calls for citizen involvement
After both candidates ran unopposed in this year’s primary, Republican Jesse Calhoun will take on incumbent Democrat Patricia Fahy for the 109th Assembly District seat.
Uncle Sam’s chocolate shop opens a new location in Latham
Much like the chocolates he makes, Joe Suhrada, owner of Uncle Sam’s All American Chocolate Factory, felt that it was time his business changed its flavor, which is why he decided to open a second location in Latham.
Candidates for 20th Congressional District meet at forum, lay out vision for country
Job creation and growing the economy are crucial issues for residents of the 20th Congressional District, according to both candidates. However, they share diverging opinions on how to achieve those goals.
Collaboration brings about performances of ‘Pinkalicious’ and ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’
The Palace Performing Arts Center is adding to its 2014/2015 season two family-oriented theatrical offerings produced by Albany’s Park Playhouse.
Funds to help pay for employee time; discourage too many races on town roads
Organizers who hold road races within the town will now be charged a fee after town officials opted to end the practice of allowing police officers to work overtime to cover private events.
Four Suburban Council teams remain alive in the Section 2 Class AA boys soccer playoffs.
Director of documentary about the Dalai Lama to discuss his work at The Spectrum
The chance to meet the Dalai Lama is, for many, a life-altering experience.
Glenmont resident’s book for children inspired by a real-life avian visitor to the neighborhood
A wild turkey showed up in a small Glenmont neighborhood two years ago and surprised residents when it tried to make friends with a neighbor’s group of free-range chickens.
Board member resigns following move to Guilderland
A roughly decade-long draught without a woman serving on the Village Board of Trustees is ending following a board member resigning.
Get a glimpse of the world at annual Festival of Nations at Empire State Plaza
A long-standing Albany tradition continues when the Empire State Plaza Convention Center hosts the 43rd annual Festival of Nations on Sunday, Oct. 26, in downtown Albany.
Retired police officer gets help from trained dogs to help fight heroin use
If someone had asked retired police officer Dave Harrington years ago if he’d like to become a K9 handler, the answer would have been yes. The problem was, and is, funding.
Only 15 legislators supported the move to ban tobacco sales in pharmacies, far under the supermajority need to pass
Tobacco can still be sold in local pharmacies after county legislators stood behind County Executive Dan McCoy’s decision to only ban the display of such products in those businesses.