This editorial appears in the Oct. 22 editions of Spotlight News.
Tkaczyk, Amedore differences clear at League of Women Voters' candidates forum
Displeasing looks aplenty were cast between candidates during a recent debate for the hotly contested 46th Senate District, as each listened to the opponent’s answers.
First tech tenant on campus promises jobs, economic boost
Frustrated with the rising cost of his utility bills, Steven Erby began looking into alternative energy sources about seven years ago.
Efficiency grant would fund the purchase of items that would save time and money townwide
The town may soon be receiving long-awaited technology upgrades in almost every department through the use of grant funds.
The Hellions of Troy bring women of all backgrounds together to compete in a sport known to inflict a few bruises all in the name of fun
With competitors named Viper Martini, Bonnie Doom and Trixie Firecracker, the sport of roller derby still carries the air of showmanship it is known for, but the game is far from the blood and glitter reputation that sometimes still follows it today.
The Bethlehem girls volleyball team may have a long wait before playing again.
In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Guilderland boys soccer team achieved more than it thought it would.
Bethlehem, Ravena hit the road; Voorheesville gets a rematch
The seedings for this year’s Section 2 football playoffs came out Sunday, Oct. 19. And for two area teams, their seasons will continue on the road.
Guilderland travelled to undefeated Shenendehowa on Oct. 17 to take on the Plainsmen in the final game of the regular season.
Golden Trowel Award handed out to local businesses for a second year
Members of the Bethlehem Garden Club have announced the 2014 winners of the Golden Trowel Awards.
Lansing claims girls individual title for Shaker
The Guilderland boys cross country team turned in a dominating performance at the Albany County Meet Friday, Oct. 17, at Colonie Town Park.
This Get To Know feature appears in the Oct. 15 editions of Spotlight News.
Bethlehem Children’s School teacher will skydive for scholarship funds
While most schools take a more grounded approach to fundraising, Bethlehem Children’s School is looking to the sky.
Bethlehem middle schoolers build scarecrows to welcome the season
Like the scarecrows he helps build, Mark Warford is outstanding in his field.
Wemple Road dome expected to be ready for winter use
For nearly six years, the Bethlehem Soccer Club has attempted to build a new indoor facility on its Wemple Road property.
The perfect retro playlist provides the soundtrack to homecoming events
Music is often the best vehicle by which to travel down Memory Lane.
Latest version addresses court’s free speech concerns
Albany County Executive Dan McCoy has approved a new cyber-bullying law, after a previous law was struck done this summer by the state Court of Appeals.
District investigating lab experiments performed in class
A Bethlehem High School science teacher has been placed on administrative leave for a second time while the district investigates lab experiments performed in his class.
This editorial appears in the Oct. 15 editions of Spotlight News.
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