This week, we want to know which Suburban Council softball team you think has the best chance to win the Section II Class AA title.
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.
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.
This week, we turn our attention back to the high school sports scene. We want to know which Suburban Council girls lacrosse player is the most dangerous goal scorer (translation: the one player guaranteed to get the ball into the goal every time she shoots).
Both the Albany and Colonie police departments are investigating alleged scams incidents in which suspects claimed to be investigators for local banks, police said.
This week, we want to know how safe you would feel attending a large sporting event (i.e. marathon, horse race, auto race) in light of the bombing that took place at the Boston Marathon.
Bethlehem grad bats .429 for Siena
Bethlehem Central High School graduate Mike Fish was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference baseball player of the week after guiding the Siena College Saints to a 3-0 record between April 15 and 21.
Police say mother and son stole two cars after test drives
Bethlehem police have arrested a Slingerlands mother and her adult son for the theft of two cars from Capital District dealerships.
A Bethlehem man was arrested after Albany County investigators found an illegal firearm and drugs in the man's home after executing a search warrant.
This week, we shift gears to the college sports ranks for this simple question: How will new Siena men's basketball coach Jimmy Pastos fare in his first season in Loudonville?
Colonie scored individual runs in the sixth and seventh innings to pull out a 3-1 Suburban Council baseball victory over Bethlehem Wednesday.
You selected Bethlehem as your pick to win the Suburban Council South Division baseball title this year in last week's poll. Will you be selecting Bethlehem in this week's softball poll, or will you choose one of the other four teams in the running?
More than 2,000 traffic tickets issued during enforcement initiative
State Police issued 2,023 traffic tickets during its weeklong heightened traffic enforcement of the “Move Over Law” and speeding limits from April 1 to 7, which included 801 speeding tickets and 38 tickets for failure to move-over for emergency or hazard vehicles.
A Delmar man was arrested on Saturday morning after a nearly 11 hour standoff with police.
Sullivan earns complete-game win for Lady Eagles
The Bethlehem softball team avenged last year's Section II Class AA quarterfinal loss to Guilderland by defeating the Lady Dutch 4-1 to begin the 2013 Suburban Council season Friday.
The voters spoke in last week's poll, and they declared Shaker would win the Suburban Council South Division boys lacrosse title. Well, Shaker isn't involved in this week's poll because it's not a South Division member in baseball (the Blue Bison are in the North). However, these four Suburban Council South Division baseball teams are in the mix this season.
Law enforcement to hold weeklong increased enforcement of traffic safety
State Police will heighten “Move Over Law” enforcement efforts from Monday, April 1, to Sunday, April 7, in an attempt to reduce speed-related crashes and protect roadside worker.
Police arrested two men who were allegedly found to have with a loaded pistol during a traffic stop on Albany Street in Colonie, on Sunday, March 17.
Bethlehem police arrested an Albany man Wednesday, March 20, after he allegedly attempted to use counterfeit money at a Mr. Subb in Glenmont.
Bethlehem police arrested an Albany man and charged him with driving while ability impaired by drugs after he allegedly crossed into the opposite lane and crashed into another driver.
This week, we're focusing on the race for the Suburban Council South Division boys lacrosse title.
Lacrosse was your pick as the spring sport you're looking forward to in last week's poll. And as luck would have it, lacrosse is the first sport out of the gate, as its season begins next Thursday with a full slate of Suburban Council games
Fight occurred after Albany St. Patrick's Day parade
A Bethlehem teen was arrested following the St. Patrick's Day parade in Albany for allegedly punching an officer in the face, while police worked to break up a fight .
State Police arrested a state assemblyman and charged him with unlawful possession of marijuana after a traffic stop on the Thruway in Coeymans on Tuesday, March 12.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's poll, and congratulations to Troy's Javion Ogunyemi for being selected as the people's choice for Class AA boys basketball player of the year. With that, we say good-bye to the winter sports season and look ahead to the spring sports season.
Authorities arrested a man who allegedly stabbed a 15-year veteran of the State Police in the concourse of the Empire State Plaza in Albany on Sunday, March 3.
Bethlehem police have arrested an Albany man and fugitive after allegedly catching him in the act of burglarizing a Delmar residence.
By your votes, Colonie's Sydnie Rosales eased past Albany's Emia Willingham-Hurst to become your choice for Section II Class AA girls basketball player of the year in last week's poll. Now, we turn our attention to the best boys basketball players in Class AA.
A Rome woman is joining her boyfriend in prison after allegedly trying to mail him a controlled substance, according to police.
Police say man sent explicit texts to RCS student
Coeymans police have arrested an American Red Cross employee after he allegedly sent sexually explicit text messages to a Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk student after a recent blood drive.
Authorities are searching for a man that stabbed a 15-year veteran of the State Police in the concourse of the Empire State Plaza in Albany on Sunday afternoon.
Lady Eagles to meet Albany in championship game Monday
Gabby Giacone recorded a double-double to lead Bethlehem past Colonie 44-40 in Wednesday's Section II Class AA girls basketball semifinal game at Hudson Valley Community College.
This week, we're asking you to determine who is the best girls basketball player in Class AA.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is taking public comments on a plan to clean up the location of a former Roxy Cleaners on Delaware Avenue in Elsmere.
Student has received medical attention, but parents should be aware that the disease is highly contagious.
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.
In a close battle, you chose Shaker as your pick to win the Section II Class AA boys basketball title in last week's poll question. Now, we're asking for your opinion as to which team will win the Class AA Sectional championship in girls basketball.
The Bethlehem Youth Hockey Bantam A team took first place at the Rink Rat Tournament with Monday's 3-2 overtime win against Mohawk Valley (Utica).
The Section II girls basketball playoff brackets were revealed Wednesday. Here is a look at the fields in Class AA, A, B and C.
The Section II boys basketball playoff brackets were released Wednesday. Here is a look at the schedule.
This week, we hit the home stretch of the winter sports season by asking you to pick who will win the Section II Class AA boys basketball title.
Yamin's 21 points pace Loudonville Christian
The Loudonville Christian School boys basketball team wrapped up the Central Hudson Valley League title by beating Waterford-Halfmoon 55-32 Tuesday.
We're asking you to select who is the best goaltender in the Capital District High School Hockey League.
A 34-year-old man was sentenced in an Albany County Court on Tuesday, Feb. 5, to up to five years for drunk driving.
Big first half helps Eagles soar past Guilderland
The Bethlehem boys basketball team cemented its hold on first place in the Suburban Council South Division by beating second-place Guilderland 73-63 Friday.
Bottled water pitched to supplement milk, juice in lunch line
Fifth-grade Eagle Elementary students Ava Navarro and Cece Amory presented to the Board of Education their thoughts on why bottled water should be sold in their school.
Bethlehem Central High School graduate Mike Fish has been named to the Preseason All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference baseball team.
This week, we bring it back to the basketball court as we ask you to pick the best non Class AA boys team (Class A and lower) in Section II.
Samuels records a double-double for Garnet Raiders
The Colonie boys basketball team rallied from an early deficit to defeat Mohonasen 51-43 in Tuesday's Suburban Council South Division game.
The Colonie Police Department is currently trying to locate a 76-year-old female who was reported missing this afternoon.