Spotlight teams with League of Women Voters
Both candidates running in the Democratic primary for Bethlehem supervisor say they're looking forward to an upcoming debate on Sept. 1.
Mother-daughter team to walk 60 miles to benefit breast cancer treatment
A girl's sweet 16 can be a big deal. But one local teen is hoping her upcoming birthday will make a big difference for others, too.
Bethlehem Children's School adding pre-K in its 15th year
A small private school nestled in Slingerlands is celebrating its 15th anniversary by growing and adding pre-K programming to its curriculum.
Area would have to be rezoned; developer to plan community meeting
A developer is looking to make the Thruway's exit 22 more attractive to travelers, but there could be a long road ahead before anything's built.
Tonko spoke often and at length about the need to stimulate job growth, and put in certain terms that he does not feel slashing the federal budget is the way forward.
The Stinger makes North American debut at Altamont Fair
The doors swung open at the Altamont Fair yesterday under rainy skies, but by the afternoon the clouds were clearing and the crowds were already turning out for the 188th annual event.
15 students dropped from pass to fail but will not see their scores changed
The Guilderland Central School District announced today that it will be issuing new grades on 489 Regents exams after the June tests were incorrectly scored.
Super. candidate has 4x in hand as opponent; Clarkson's report lands online late
Bethlehem supervisor candidate Kyle Kotary has four times the money on hand as his opponent John Clarkson, who is challenging him in the upcoming Democratic primary.
Four vehicles were involved in a crash today that temporarily closed a portion of the Delmar Bypass.
A public information session on the Slingerlands Fire District's plans to expand its firehouse has been pushed back.
Bethlehem police say four juveniles have been arrested for allegedly “tagging” locations around Delmar, especially around the Four Corners.
Bethlehem's asset forfeiture fund allows timely purchases, including new sidearms
Bethlehem's asset forfeiture fund allows timely purchases, including new sidearms. Thanks to a 40-year-old law, police can hit criminals where it really hurts—their wallets.
A proposal to extend the Bethlehem town supervisor's term length met a sudden end when the Town Board voted 3-2 not to advance the measure.
The Thruway between exits 23 and 24 was closed for several hours and nearby residents and patrons of businesses fled on foot after a natural gas line was ruptured this morning in the Guilderland area.
118th Altamont Fair to kick off with all-inclusive passes making a return
Next week the population of Altamont will surge as thousands converge on the small village for its biggest yearly event: the Altamont Fair.
Elmsere veterinarian celebrates five years in business
Dr. Tara Estra is a transplant from the big city, but now that she's settled in the Capital District, she says she's found a sense of community here and intends to stick around.
Kotary's lawsuit successful, candidate to be decided in September primary
There's been yet another shakeup in the Bethlehem supervisor race that's effectively opened up the Conservative line to all comers.
About 750 kids from area YMCA summer camps converged on the Guilderland Y's Camp Nassau on Friday, Aug. 5, to celebrate Strong Kids Day with a day of fun, fellowship and games.
Local American Legion posts organize showers for pregnant veterans
Several local Legion Auxiliaries have organized baby showers for pregnant veterans.
Geoffrey Kirkpatrick says expanding role of technology key to library's future
There's a new sheriff in town at the Bethlehem Public Library, and his name is Geoffrey Kirkpatrick.