Can you manage an annual budget approaching $42 million? Can you manage capital projects? Are you comfortable working with independent auditors?
Election night is typically a celebration of a hard-fought campaign, but it appears that candidates in Bethlehem are taking a more muted approach this election season.
Before I get into my predictions for this weekend's Sectional football finals, here is a brief recap of how I've been doing.
If you get a phone call from Gov. Andrew Cuomo between now and the election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, don't be alarmed. All he is asking you to do is re-elect Supervisor Paula Mahan in her race against Republican candidate Denise Sheehan.
It was a bit chilly and still dark at 7 a.m., this morning when Columbia Development Companies was set to demolish the former Sebastian's building, an old strip club.
I wasn't nearly as accurate with my Section II football semifinal picks as I was with my quarterfinal picks, but as you will see I did pretty good.
I got 11 of my 12 predictions correct in last weekend's Sectional football quarterfinal action in classes AA, A and B. Now, let's see how I do with predicting this weekend's semifinal contests in those divisions.
With the election less than two weeks away, Mahan demands the truth comes out
An odd photo that didn't make it into the Schenectady County Spotlight, but still worth a glance.
Video from the Town Board candidate section of Monday's debate is now hosted right here on spotlightnews.com, for those who didn't make it out. See it here
I did well with my Section II football quarterfinal predictions. I only got one game completely wrong, as you will see with this recap:
Candidates running for office in the Town of Bethlehem will meet tonight at Bethlehem Town Hall, for a candidate forum sponsored by the Albany County League of Women Voters and The Spotlight. Folks who have attended previous debates here in Bethlehem should be familiar with the format. Things will kick ...
I haven't seen every Section II football team play this year, but that won't prevent me from making some predictions for this weekend's quarterfinal round in Class AA, A and B.
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Republican Candidate for supervisor Denise Sheehan held a press conference this afternoon where she accused Supervisor Paula Mahan of looking into selling the town's Community Center on Central Avenue.
Now that I've got your attention — if you have any expired, unused, or unwanted over-the-counter and prescription drugs you'll have a chance to properly dispose of it. Medications can be brought to the front entrance of Niskayuna Town Hall, located at One Niskayuna Circle, on Saturday, Oct. 29, from ...
The Bethlehem Tomboys Girls Softball League will be hosting Olympic Gold/ Silver Medalist and ESPN commentator Jessica Mendoza (jmendoza.com) tomorrow. From the release: Jessica will deliver a two hour presentation entitled “Better Athletes, Better People: Teaching girls how to use sports to be more confident students and leaders” at Bethlehem ...
Things are getting lively in Bethlehem over open space again.
One week to go in Section II football. Time to start looking at the playoff picture.
Halloween is just around the corner and there's plenty of festive events for kids, parents and even pets happening all over Saratoga County. The Town of Clifton Park will host its Halloween Parade at the Clifton Common on Friday, Oct. 28, at 4:30 p.m. Families and children are invited to ...