Community arts institutions join in arrangement to offer expanded cultural offerings to the area
It was announced Wednesday, Nov. 19, at an event in Downtown Troy that Albany Pro Musica will become the chorus-in-residence at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Board of Education appoints newcomer, who plans to run for full term
School board members appointed a local attorney to fill the vacancy created after a recent resignation, which comes as the board gears up to make some big decisions.
This edition of Get To Know appears in the Nov. 26 copies of Spotlight News.
Moscow Ballet brings ‘The Nutcracker’ back to The Palace at a more family-friendly time
The Moscow Ballet returns the Palace Theater for a matinee performance of “The Nutcracker” Saturday, Nov. 29.
This letter to the editor appears in the Nov. 26 editions of Spotlight News.
Bethlehem Senior Choir celebrates a decade of providing music for seniors by seniors
One local singing group is kicking off its 10-year anniversary with a series of events throughout the year.
The Trains and Toys exhibit at miSci has become a tradition for many families
In a world where 8-year-olds beg for the latest cellphone, the sight of a toy train set still holds a special kind of magic this time of year – especially in Schenectady.
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.
This editorial appears in the Nov. 26 editions of Spotlight News.
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.
This week's Get To Know appears in the Nov. 19 editions of Spotlight News.
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.
This Letter to the Editor appears in the Nov. 19 edition of The Spotlight.