The Albany Craft Beverage Trail, a collaboration between Nine Pin Cider, Albany Distilling, C.H. Evans Brewing, and Druthers, will launch at its inaugural event, Drink Albany, Saturday, Oct. 3, from noon to 5 p.m.
It’s only on its fourth year, but the Annual Wing Walk is quickly becoming a must-stop visit to Downtown Schenectady.
This Saturday, the City of Troy transforms into The Enchanted City, a festival with a theme all too fitting for one of the capitals of the Industrial Revolution.
When the town’s proposed master zoning plan takes effect, some of the town’s agricultural and residential land will be changed to mixed-commercial/residential zoning. This proposal left some feeling the town was taking away property rights from residents.
This editorial appears in the Sep. 30 editions of Spotlight News.
The University at Albany unveiled the signage for its Massry Center for Business last week, named in honor of the Capital District’s Massry Family.
The future promises many things, but sometimes it doesn’t follow through.
This appears in the Sept. 23 editions of Spotlight News.
Clifton Park native, and now New York City thespian, comes back home to star in an award winning dramatic comedy on the Capital Repertory Theatre stage.
Elizabeth Reiss is a self-proclaimed “New York girl” who realized at a young age she needed to get out of town to explore how the rest of the world did things before settling on the idea the Big Apple does everything better.
Virtually indestructible and millimeters in size, microbeads can be found in many common household cosmetic products. New legislation in the Albany County Legislature would see them banned.
This editorial appears in the Sept. 23 editions of Spotlight News.
County Executive Dan McCoy’s 2016 budget will have no tax increase, the county will not borrow money and a projected increase in tax revenues will mean more money for residents.
More than one in ten children have ADHD, according to the Center of Disease Control (CDC).
Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy earned the Democratic primary seat against challenger Dan Egan Thursday, Sept. 10. In a county with an overwhelming population of Democrats, this win likely means McCoy will go on to win a second term in office.
This appears in the Sept. 16 editions of Spotlight News.
In District 32, Democrat Mary Lou Connolly will have to fight for her seventh term in office after losing the Democratic nomination to her opponent Paul Miller.
Over a five-day span, the Young Dubliners will play to crowds in Boston, New Jersey, Annapolis, Ballston Spa, and back to California, where they live.
This editorial appears in the Sept. 16 editions of Spotlight News.
Averill Park won two tiebreakers to defeat Guilderland 3-1 Tuesday, Sept. 15, in a Suburban Council girls volleyball match.