Candidate paves way to November with clutch wins on D and C lines
Democratic voters went to the polls today and selected John Clarkson as their candidate for the November general election, ousting the party's endorsed candidate, Kyle Kotary.
Firefighters from the Selkirk Fire Department pulled Brad L. Woodworth, 61, from a bathroom at 173 Glenmont Road, but he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
A Bethlehem Central High School student was arrested on Thursday, Feb. 2 for allegedly hacking into the school's server, according to police.
This letter appeared in the April 18, 2012, edition of The Spotlight.
It's that time of year again when we ask you to pick the best high school sports team from the fall season.
BC Facilities, athletic turf to be separate referendums, public hearing Jan. 16
The Bethlehem Central School District Board of Education has elected to split the proposal for facilities upgrades and a new athletic turf into two bond resolutions to go before the public
Delmar race organizers seek vintage gear for 24th annual running
With 23 years behind them, this year the organizers of the Delmar Dash are looking to the past.
Sushi bar opens Madison Avenue location after three years in Delmar
Decades of hard work and focus are paying off for one Delmar restaurateur.
The Town of Bethlehem's annual Easter egg hunt.
Candidates for Bethlehem Town Board and the 109th Assembly District will meet in debate this evening, at Bethlehem Town Hall.
Local PGA chapter floats potential private involvement for municipal golf course
A possible white knight has arrived with a possible, if not distant, solution to the ongoing debate over the future of the Colonial Acres Golf Course: the PGA.
School district renting out theater as alternative revenue source
Municipalities take heed. Your tax problems may be solved thanks to the groovy tunes of The Beatles.
Selkirk woman gets a hand from county, businesses, in helping homeless
Katie Drobne from Selkirk is working to collect coats and winter gear for the county's homeless and needy.
This letter appeared in the May 2, 2012, edition of The Spotlight.
The Bethlehem Tomboys Girls Softball League will be hosting Olympic Gold/ Silver Medalist and ESPN commentator Jessica Mendoza (jmendoza.com) tomorrow. From the release: Jessica will deliver a two hour presentation entitled “Better Athletes, Better People: Teaching girls how to use sports to be more confident students and leaders” at Bethlehem ...
Family Players of Northeastern New York is known for its big summer musical each year, but this time, it could be the USO tribute show, “A Sentimental Journey,” on Feb. 18 that everyone’s talking about.
Tap (and song) is back with BC production of ‘Anything Goes’
Audiences will be sure to “get a kick” out of this year's Bethlehem High School musical. All of the deceit, romance and comedy of the Stage 700 production by Guy Bolton and P.J. Wodehouse takes place aboard the S.S. America as the Bethlehem cast presents “Anything Goes.”
Bethlehem police have arrested an Albany man and fugitive after allegedly catching him in the act of burglarizing a Delmar residence.
More than six months after the federal government imposed tougher food service regulations for school districts across the county, the Department of Agriculture has proposed additional guidelines to make snacks sold in schools healthier