This sports poll appears in the July 16 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
This sports poll question appears in the July 9 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
State legislature passes bill spurred by Voorheesville teen’s suicide
Three years after Jerry Clark’s grandmother began lobbying lawmakers to protect other families from the tragedy her family faced, state legislators approved a revised version of her bill.
With Big 10’s demise, Suburban Council may take on more schools
The Big 10’s demise could spell big changes for the Suburban Council.
Nightmare wins 16U title by beating Electric City in championship game
The Bethlehem Boltz turned in a strong performance for their home fans at last weekend’s New York State ASA 16-and-under Championships.
This sports poll question appears in the June 25 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Bethlehem softball and Guilderland tennis teams win Sectional titles
It’s time to take a glance back at the recently completed spring season.
Albany scores two runs in bottom of the sixth inning to pull away from Mohawk Valley
The Albany Dutchmen broke a five-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over the Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs Sunday, June 22, at Bob Bellizzi Field.
Tigers Sports Club won the inaugural Empire Cup baseball tournament June 21 and 22.
This Get To Know profile appears in the June 18 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
This poll question appears in the June 18 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Winning isn’t the only thing at annual race
Most of the participants in this year’s Tawasentha Mud Mania race Saturday, June 14, in Guilderland wanted to have some good, dirty fun. But Michelle Davis had a different focus.
Three triples help Albany defeat Glens Falls following three rainouts
The Albany Dutchmen didn’t develop any rust, despite being rained out three times in the past week.
Colonial Acres opens up its greens to disc golf
Golf isn’t for everyone, and Dale Ezyk knows it.
Guilderland to hold fourth annual Mud Mania at Tawasentha Park
Three years after the Town of Guilderland held its inaugural Tawasentha Mud Mania race through a muddy obstacle course as a fundraiser for park improvements, it had made enough money to pay for shiny new playground equipment. This year, the race is continuing due to its popularity.
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