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- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
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- Guilderland Library's proposed 2014-15 budget, board election
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- NYS Supreme Court judge strikes down SAFE Act challenge
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- Sports poll: What fall high school sport are you looking forward to watching in person?
- Their time to shine
- Keeping it in the Ravena football family
- Bethlehem meets its goals
- Photo Gallery: Night at the Rodeo
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- Mabee, it’s time for a visit
- Give a hoot
- Altamont Fair a summer tradition
- Altamont gets its own history book
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Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: It’s time to slow down on Hudson Avenue
- LETTER: Exchange for the better
- LETTER: Thanking a good Samaritan
- LETTER: Where was the assistance?
- LETTER: BC’s Russell Ellers fundraiser a success
- Taking a bite into fighting crime
- Alleged assault leads police on Northway car chase
- UPDATE: Selkirk sex offender charged
- Driveway paver pleads guilty to scamming Guilderland couple
- Altamont man allegedly assaulted police officers
- Albany County set to limit tobacco sales
- Shrine Center seeking to install solar panels
- From addict to advocate for the disenfranchised
- Nearly two dozen homes eyed in New Scotland
- Helping out, one muffin at a time
Bethlehem Town Board votes to lower limit from 35 to 30 mph
Bethlehem town officials have reduced the speed limit of a unique road amid concerns of pedestrian safety.
Town works on power purchase agreement for solar energy
The Town of Bethlehem is continuing to work toward a power purchase agreement that would save on energy costs through the use of solar panels.
Regional program prepares for first year at CNSE’s Albany campus
The phones were still off the hook, but Tech Valley High School Principal Dan Liebert could already hear educational opportunities calling area students.
Legislature passes ban on sales at pharmacies; McCoy to hold public hearing
Refilling your prescription medication and stocking up on cigarettes could require two separate stops a year from now.
District officials cite town’s reassessment as the reason
Bethlehem residents are set to see a lower school tax rate following the reassessment project that occurred earlier in the year.
Adult gymnasts prepare for first performance at STRIDE fundraiser
A group of adult gymnasts are getting a chance to show the public what they can do and help others at the same time.
Annual craft fair gives visitors a look into local history in Schenectady County
For more than a decade, the Schenectady County Historical Society has brought crafters, artisans and visitors to its historic site along the banks of the Mohawk River in Rotterdam Junction for the annual Mabee Farm Arts and Crafts Festival.
Public hearing set for later this month
The Cypress Shrine Center is trying to go green by installing solar panels to offset their energy costs.
CSNE summer program allows students to get hands-on research experience
Nearly 60 students worked one-on-one with SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering professors over the past 10 weeks to gain hands-on experience.
Matt Canuteson honored for his work helping those struggling with mental health and addiction issues
Matt Canuteson can truly relate to the people he works with. It’s one of the key things that makes him so good at his job.
Planning Board hears residential proposal for 62-acre sub-division
Developers are looking to create a 22-lot residential subdivision on a 62-acre parcel off Route 85.
Event allows participants to show solidarity with those who don’t have a roof over their head
Around two dozen people will take an extended stay at Tawasentha Park this weekend as they raise money to help provide a roof over another person’s head.
VanDerzee promoted to state football chairman; Dorrance leads Section 2
Gary VanDerzee is no longer the Section 2 football chairman. That’s because the long-time Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk coach is now the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s football chairman.
Festive fundraiser for owls will have a folksy flavor
What do you get when you combine owls and music? Well, a HOOTenanny of course.