This letter to the editor appears in edited form in the June 24 edition of The Spotlight. The full-length version is running here.
Opera Saratoga to host “Dido and Aeneas” under the stars
The melding of fashion with the arts is a common enough relationship, as one often feeds the other – life imitating art, art imitating life - but, the conscious marriage of art with science is a unique pairing, one guaranteed to be found if Karole Armitage is involved.
This editorial appears in the June 24 editions of Spotlight News.
Albany Country Club celebrates a special anniversary
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the Albany Country Club.
Albany belts three triples in victory over Mohawk Valley
A rare show of power helped the Albany Dutchmen complete a home-and-home sweep of Mohawk Valley.
Local agencies work together in case of fuel fire
SCOTIA — The NY Air National Guard’s 109th Arilift Wing hosted a major accident response exercise on June 14 at Stratton Air Base with local emergency agencies. The exercise simulated a tanker truck explosion and included simulated victims played by members of the Civil Air Patrol and Cadets.
Live music everywhere to welcome in summer
What do you get when you mix a beautiful day, some incredible food and great music, with an artsy component thrown into the mix?
Town holds final community meeting in Slingerlands
Residents have voiced their concerns about a proposal to further develop New Scotland Road by the Windsor Companies.
Charitable group under Albany Symphony Orchestra fights to keep music alive in area schools
The gift of music leaves a lasting impression on those who receive it.
This editorial appears in the June 17 editions of Spotlight News.
Bethlehem junior wins state title in pole vault with a Sectional record
All Tedi DeMaria wanted to do was place in the top five. She did much more than that.
For recent college graduates, a recent Economic Policy Institute study paints a good-news, bad-news picture of your job prospects. The good news: you’re more likely to land a job than your peers in recent graduating classes. The bad news: you’re probably going to be underemployed and underpaid.
All but one race will be contested in November
The town’s political parties have finalized their endorsements for 2015, after making initial announcements earlier in the season.
Nearly three years after the campaign began, Jericho Drive-In raised enough money to purchase a new digital projector.
Troy Night Out is all about children and community in the Collar City
It almost felt like a family reunion.
The town’s Industrial Development Agency launched its new website its second annual Economic Development event on Thursday, June 4.
Think of versatility when the work place predicates your choice of clothes
Summertime is calling and wants to know if you have a date with the music festivals coming to the Capital Region?
First three grant recipients chosen by committee
Three small businesses have been awarded funds from the town through its Microenterprize Grant Program.
This appears in the June 10 editions of Spotlight News.
Torch Ceremony Honors Two Who Lost Their Lives
Delmar’s Jack Kapczynski was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and has had three surgeries in his two years of life.