Balanced attack helps Dutchmen defeat the Eagles
Eight Guilderland players scored goals in Friday's 11-3 Suburban Council boys lacrosse victory over Bethlehem.
DiNapoli home run highlights Eagles victory
The Bethlehem baseball team pulled away for a 5-1 victory over Guilderland in Friday's Coaches vs. Cancer game at Joseph Bruno Stadium.
F. Michael Tucker, president of the Center for Economic Growth, was allegedly found to have had a blood alcohol content more than double the legal limit while parked in Stuyvesant Plaza on Friday, May 3, according to police reports.
Tewksbury tosses three-hitter for Lady Dutch
The Guilderland softball team pulled away in the last three innings to defeat Bethlehem 6-2 in Thursday's Suburban Council South Division game.
Volunteers pitch in to help Thacher Park for 'I Love My Park Day'
More than 50 people turned out to lend Mother Nature a helping hand at John Boyd Thacher State Park for New York state's second "I Love My Park Day" on Saturday, May 4.
When business leader and author Karen Hough left the stage to pursue a career as an executive in information technology, she was sure of one thing—she didn’t know what she was getting herself into.
Comber makes 11 saves for Bethlehem in loss
Albany Academy edged Bethlehem 5-4 in Wednesday's non-league boys lacrosse game.
Indian Ladder Farms showcases baby animals and activities
Baby animals returned to Indian Ladder Farms in Altamont on Saturday, May 4, with children clamoring to chicks, ducklings, bunnies, lambs, pigs and goats.
Sports poll: Which baseball team will be the Suburban Council's No. 1 seed for the Section II Class AA playoffs?
We hit the baseball diamond in this week's poll question to ask you which Class AA team will be the Suburban Council's No. 1 seed for the playoffs.
Central Avenue BID, Equinox hold sidewalk art contest to coincide with Tulip Fest
Each spring, thousands of tulips take over downtown Albany. The appearance of the flowers mark the beginning of spring in the city and have a way of bringing a feeling of renewal to Albany each year.
Forest Owners Association looks to promote knowledge of responsible festry
Members of the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy are looking to educate landowners about forest management with a woods walk through the Normanskill Preserve.
Town wraps up Community Town Halls with updates on Vista, hamlet plans
The focus was on the Vista Technology Campus as the last of the Bethlehem Community Town Hall meetings came to a close in Slingerlands.
This editorial appeared in the May 8, 2013, edition of the Colonie Spotlight.
This point of view column appeared in the May 8, 2013, edition of the Colonie Spotlight.
This letter appeared in the May 8, 2013, edition of The Spotlight.
Bethlehem gets most of its runs early against Averill Park
It didn't take long for the Bethlehem baseball team to get its bats going in a 14-4 Suburban Council South Division victory over Averill Park Tuesday.
A four-goal third quarter breaks open close game
For the second time this season, the Shaker boys lacrosse team needed a big quarter to put Bethlehem away.
DiNapoli leads Eagles past Queensbury
The Bethlehem baseball team bounced back from Friday's 5-3 loss to Shaker by defeating Queensbury 5-1 in Saturday's non-league home game.
Sinko allows one earned run in complete-game win
The Shaker baseball team kept pace with North Division-leading Shenendehowa and locked up a Section II Class AA playoff berth with Friday's 5-3 Suburban Council victory over Bethlehem.
Delmar shop owner stocks Heartline Ministries after mission trip
Bethlehem Community Church youth group forms connection with the women of Haitian Creations. Products now sold by Sherry West, owner of Day Dreams of Delmar.