Albany women host talk at Bethlehem Public Library discussing the existence of extraterrestrials
Seventeen years ago, when thousands of people reported seeing strange lights in the sky spanning the size of a football field over Phoenix, Ariz., the U.S. Air Force concluded the lights were from A-10 aircraft dropping flares over a military bombing range. Some however, didn’t buy it.
The 2014 Bethlehem Memorial Day Parade was held Monday, May 26.
New miSci exhibit shows people the ins and outs of the human body
For those who have ever wondered why there are hairs inside the nose or how a belch and other gas is produced in the human body, here’s the chance to find out.
Play penned by Siena grad a story of friendship and health
Siena alumnus and playwright Rick Wilson found himself inspired by “Menopause.”
The Bethlehem Children’s School is once again hosting its annual Greenfest Celebration, an Earth-friendly community event.
Colonie Concert Band kicks off summer with pops performance
The Memorial Concert Band of Colonie is getting ready to kick off its summer schedule with a special guest for its annual pops concert.
Planning Board OKs special use permit, Indian Ladder Farms hosting event
The New Scotland Planning Board on Tuesday, May 6, unanimously approved NY Capital District Renaissance Festival LLC’s request for a special use permit to hold the two-day historical themed event on two parcels of land Peter Ten Eyck owns.
American Music Festival exposes listeners to modern-day composers
Can you imagine enjoying a sandwich with Ludwig Van Beethoven or listening on with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as they rehearse “The Magic Flute”? Unfortunately it’s about 200 years too late for that, but now is your chance to interact with some of tomorrow’s greatest composers.
Guilderland stopped from third straight local win, drops to second
Albany County held its annual best tasting tap water contest Wednesday, May 7, and the Latham Water District took top tap honors. Latham topped two-time defending champion Guilderland by a narrow margin of three points, garnering a total of 72 points.
Bethlehem event aims to promote movement’s ideals in a fun way
Cooking is a passion for many, but few may know where the ingredients they’re using actually come from or the possible conflicts behind obtaining those items.
Sand Creek Middle School’s Cast & Crew club gives everyone a shot at the stage
A school drama club that started 20 years ago with the intent of involving every student who wanted to participate is having a special reunion following the afternoon performance of their spring musical, “Annie.”
St. Peter Women’s Guild to commemorate 100th anniversary with dinner
Many things were different 100 years ago, with modern technology seeming more like science fiction. At least one thing remains unchanged — the dedication of a faithful group of women.
Pine Bush Preserve to hold annual Lupine Fest, with recreation opportunities
There are 3,200 acres of gently rolling sand dunes in Albany County providing a thriving home for a globally rare ecosystem. The recreational opportunities are rather extensive, too.
Voorheesville fifth-graders to perform ‘Peter Pan Jr.’
Peter Pan may not want to go to school, but the fifth-graders at Voorheesville Elementary School are eager to get there each day to practice their lines for their upcoming show, “Peter Pan Jr.”
Proposed plan calls for hiring a consultant
Bethlehem officials are hoping to move forward with the creation of a Parks and Recreation Master Plan for the town.
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- Thacher Park Final Master Plan
- Thacher and Thompson Lake master plan public hearing announced
- Local summer concert series schedule
- Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at The Crossings on March 23
- Tonko to visit V'ville library, discuss healthcare changes
- Colonie Restaurant Week to Run March 18-24, 2013
- Local rapper writes SUNY anthem
- Schenectady Restaurant Week (Feb. 18-24)