Dr. Steven Lysenko and Dr. Danielle Lloyd’s dental office, located at 17 Maple Road in Voorheesville, has been committed to serving the Capital District since 1971.
Bryant Asset builds relationships within the community
When it comes to managing a person’s life savings, to Bryant Asset trust is key.
Luxury apartments in Slingerlands have convenience and class
The Hamlet at Slingerlands is a brand-new, 50-unit luxury apartment community located adjacent to Price Chopper Plaza on New Scotland Road in the heart of the Slingerlands.
Founder Chris Tobin says customers can expect a high-quality job done on time
Chris Tobin has found inner peace and success in upstate New York.
Latham franchise puts a focus on performance-based instruction
Music has always been an important part of David Bodie’s life.
For the third consecutive year, the Princeton Review and USA Today have named SUNY Oswego one of 75 “Best Value” public colleges in the nation.
Restaurant combines fresh flavors, tradition
At Lou-Bea’s Pizza, you can taste the tradition — from the award-winning sauce to the gourmet topping combinations.
Family-owned business prides itself on customer service
A family business, run by three brothers and their mother, is celebrating 35 years in Bethlehem.
Saratoga Paint and Sip’s Latham studio attracting new fans of unique art experience
To Catherine Hover, the owner of Saratoga Paint and Sip, art is “empowering.”
Like many educators throughout New York state, I watched proudly as internationally-renowned opera singer Renee Fleming sang the national anthem during the Super Bowl. As an advocate for SUNY, CUNY and our community colleges, it made me proud to know she’s one of us — Fleming, a Rochester native, is a SUNY Potsdam graduate.
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in the Town of Bethlehem.
Owning a home is more than an investment, it’s an important part of grasping what many people view as the American dream.
Longtime local business offers service and product not found in big-box alternatives
Five generations after its founder first opened its doors, a locally owned and operated hardware store is one of the oldest in the country still operating and expanding.
Guilderland to hold public hearing on development, feedback scaled back proposal
The Guilderland Town Board approved holding a public hearing Tuesday, March 4, on the proposed rezoning of more than 20 acres behind Seventeen Hundred Designer Residences located off Western Ave. The rezoning would make way for 210 apartment units.
This poll appears in the Feb. 12 editions of Spotlight Newspapers.
Developers appear agreeable to allowing time for LeVie Barn relocation
The New Scotland Planning Board on Tuesday, Feb. 4, returned to Country Club Partners’ application seeking an 18-lot residential subdivision for a 22.4-acre property, which holds the 115-year-old barn town officials are trying to relocate locally.
Siena program pairs students and local refugees looking to improve their written language skills
A local writing partnership has Siena students teaching creative writing to refugees as a tool to help them improve their reading and writing skills.
Educators say social, academic stresses affecting more young people
With growing pressures at school relating to an increased workload and social media, more children and young adults are suffering from anxiety than ever before.
Reality show visits Latham shop for unveiling
A local wine and spirits store unveiled a new addition to the interior of the store to the public as it was filmed for a reality show on Animal Planet.
Good Samaritan Nursing Home hosts its own version of the Olympics
Good Samaritan Nursing Home hosts winter games for residents.