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- Watch Cuomo's 2015 State of the State address
- Guilderland BOE seeks Repurposing Task Force members
- Westmere student is December WORDS winner
- Portion of Albany County Rail Trail closed
- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
- Proposed pet sellers and breeders local law
- Boys lacrosse: Guidlerland surges past Colonie
- Sports poll: Should more area high schools install turf fields?
- Seats for Saratoga opening up
- A first for Bethlehem Youth Hockey
- Baseball: Late rally propels Shaker past CBA
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- Maxi(mise) simplicity
- Music is good brain food
- Methodical madness
- Photo Galley: Bethlehem egg hunt
- Coming to Worlds
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Just be flexible
- LETTER: Cuts run too deep
- LETTER: Important bill for well owners
- LETTER: Speed, weight ain’t so great
- LETTER: Program was informative
- Fatal hit and run on Central Avenue
- RCS student arrested for bomb threat
- Feura Bush candelabrum caper nabbed
- Bronx motorcyclist found guilty in absentia
- Shafer facing additional charges for dumpy dirty cat litter
- A sign of the past restored
- Alternate substation sites reviewed
- Tobacco display ban touted [video]
- Protest aftermath
- Restaurant Week
The maxi dress is an easy choice of attire, puts accessories in the limelight
Before we know it, the summer will be in full swing. Your trips are probably planned; flights made, hotels booked. However, your luggage is probably missing two very important pieces to make your dressing simplified and flawless.
LaSalle Institute knows a little something about music and schooling
For nearly a quarter century, LaSalle Institute has outfitted itself as one of the premier music programs on the primary school level here in the Capital District.
Revamped Westgate Plaza sign relit in ceremony
Long-time area residents may have already noticed a change to the Westgate Plaza sign, after its several month absence from its Central Avenue home.
Capital Rep takes on Hamlet; curtain up April 21
The latest adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet takes to the stage at the Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany, promising to provide audience members a trip to Elsinore with a twist of Downton.
Events at local parks highlight annual 'I Love My Park Day.’
Even a park could use a little bit of spring-cleaning before flowers bloom and wildlife roam, along with many eager trail-goers and bird watchers.
Cold weather did not dampen turnout for annual event
The Town of Bethlehem Parks and Recreation Department hosted its “Egg-stravaganza” event Saturday, April 11, at Elm Avenue Park. The main attraction, an egg hunt, featured more than 2,000 colorful plastic eggs placed across three areas at the park.
Local Nationwide branch holds personal care drive in town
While many think of giving to their local food bank during the holiday season, donations are harder to come by as the weather grows warmer.
Triple Threat dance team prepares for Worlds competition in Orlando
The Dance Worlds championship is just a week away, and the Triple Threat All Stars’ dance team is working to perfect its routine.
Katy Cole speaks candidly about the music life and what’s on tap for Last Daze
Katy Cole’s voice is an abomination, weathered and aged by years beyond those she has spent on this earth. While on stage, her soul pours out like a rich merlot, filled out by a deep body of blues and a hint of rasp.
Dutchmen score last three goals to beat Garnet Raiders
The Colonie boys lacrosse team had an up-and-down first week.
Colonie police are investigating Monday's fatal hit and run incident
Colonie police are investigating a fatal hit and run incident. A local woman was hit around 8:15 p.m., on Monday, April 13, and police are asking anyone who may have more information contact the department.
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Corp celebrates 35 years
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Corporation will celebrate its 35th Birthday with a Gala, Thursday, April 16 at the Franklin Plaza in downtown Troy.
State aid projected to increase $2M; tax cap at 0.45 percent increase
District administrators presented an updated 2015-16 proposed budget to the Bethlehem Board of Education at its Tuesday, March 31, meeting. Bethlehem Central is slated to see an increase of nearly $2.3 million in state funding.
Producers of storytelling group recognized
Alden (Joe) Doolittle and Kate Dudding, producers of Story Circle at Proctors, received the 2015 Brother Blue and Ruth Hill Award from the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling (LANES) at the 34th Sharing the Fire - Northeast Storytelling Conference.