Bringing Cirque du Soleil’s vibrant ‘Dralion’ costumes to the stage requires a wardrobe team that can think on its feet
It’s East meets West with a circus twist in downtown Albany for the final run of “Dralion.”
District hoping to break even after nearly $100k deficit last school year
Voorheesville schools were in the vanguard of districts opposing more strict federal school lunch program guidelines, but an ongoing operating deficit has forced the district back in line.
Delmar artist finds he is drawn to painting pastures
Several years ago, Robert Lynk was passing a field in Westerlo when he decided to stop and take a picture.
This Get To Know appears in the Sept. 24 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Officials say there are many obstacles to beginning school day later for teens
Bethlehem Central will begin preliminary discussions about starting school later for older students, but the issue’s many barriers could put a stop to the idea before it is seriously considered.
This guest commentary appears in the Sept. 24 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Crosswalks, radar devices pop up in Haswell Farms and the Enclave
Some suggestions from last winter’s traffic calming study have been implemented by Bethlehem’s Highway Department in the neighborhoods of Haswell Farms and the Enclave.
Rensselaerville Cycling Festival lets riders experience the area’s beautiful scenery with events for all ages
Take a scenic course, add cyclists of all ages, mix in food and drinks of all kinds, cheerful spectators and top it off with live music, and you have a gran fondo.
Cornell Cooperative Extension unveils online ‘Ag Exchange’ service
Finding a buyer for an “Amish modified” New Holland 273 mini baler might not be done easily through traditional advertisements, but a new online service aims to fill that niche.
This sports poll question appears in the Sept. 24 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
This letter to the editor appears in the Sept. 24 edition of The Spotlight.
This editorial appears in the Sept. 24 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Upgrades coincide with program’s 50th anniversary
After nearly four years of construction, Glenmont Job Corps celebrated the official opening of its new dormitory buildings just in time for the organization’s 50th anniversary.
Construction costs, engineering expenses fall $110k under budget
About 4,000 feet of paved path will stretch through the hamlet of Guilderland Center next summer, which is a sight several residents have waited years to see.
Race enters its 11th year with runs for adults and children
As the outdoor running season winds down, an event that takes place at the Crossings offers an opportunity for the whole family to get some exercise and enjoy the park.
Inexperienced group comes together for Guilderland following an 0-2 start
After a cold start, the Guilderland girls soccer team is turning up the heat in the Suburban Council.
Bethlehem tailback rushes for 219 yards and three TDs in win
The Bethlehem football team needed some late heroics to win its first Liberty Division game.
New Scotland officials are eyeing town employees to complete a portion of the New Salem Water District project after one contract garnered no interest.
Blackbirds mount late drive to rally past Mechamnicville in home opener
The Voorheesville football team proved it can make the big plays in crunch time.
Snyder to leave post after school year; school board member resigning
Teresa Thayer Snyder is ready to step down from her leadership post at Voorheesville school district following a life-changing year.