Landfill raises money for Mohawk Hudson Humane Society
An interesting partnership resulted in two dogs hanging out and greeting visitors at the landfill who were taking advantage of an opportunity to get rid of their household hazardous waste.
Village signs contract with Monolith Solar for panels at two sites
Voorheesville is the latest municipality to enter a Power Purchase Agreement to reap guaranteed solar power savings as rebates making such proposals more appealing are dwindling.
Turner Construction Company to oversee $17M improvements project
Guilderland Central School District ended its contract with a familiar company from overseeing construction of an improvements project after expectations were reportedly not met.
Colonie’s amusement park will close in September
After 62 years, one of area’s best-known amusement parks is set shut down the rides for good at the end of the summer as the owners look to enjoy the rewards from decades of hard work.
Hoffman's Playland set to close in September
With Hoffman's Playland owners David and Ruth Hoffman announcing the amusement park's closure in September, families are taking advantage of every opportunity to ride the rides one more time.
Guilderland Planning Board recommendation looms; site plan revised
Guilderland planners’ concerns over traffic impacts of a proposed Cumberland Farms at a busy intersection were not relieved after hearing a state official’s comments.
Co-op market holds event in honor of one-year anniversary
Customers who visited Honest Weight Food Co-op last weekend were treated to free food and giveaways in celebration of the store’s one-year anniversary at its new location.
Leadership Tech Valley project expands Patroon Land Farm’s growing capacity
The Leadership Tech Valley Class of 2014 formally unveiled its project Thursday, June 12, which included installing a high tunnel greenhouse and modern drip irrigation system at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York’s Patroon Land Farm
CDTA event tests the skills of its top drivers
There were plenty of cones, barrels and fancy maneuvering at a recent CDTA “roadeo,” but no bulls, horses or clowns as organizers crowned a repeat winner.
Gas station targeted for vacant land at intersection of routes 20 and 146
Stewart’s could soon have a competitor at the busy intersection of Western Avenue and Route 146 if Tri-Way Services convinces Guilderland officials to rezone the property.
Colonial Acres opens up its greens to disc golf
Golf isn’t for everyone, and Dale Ezyk knows it.
Developers get the go-ahead from ZBA, but must return before Planning Board
Developers of a proposed Taco Bell in Glenmont received variances for parking and facade signs from the Bethlehem Zoning Board of Appeals, but the proposal still needs Planning Board approval, which hinges on whether or not a direct access point is necessary.
Project comes in ahead of schedule; some gaps remain
The headlines of the past are more easily at hand now that nearly a half-century of Bethlehem history has been digitally archived.
The Albany County executive has created a new Expert Advisory Committee to lead a public safety review on the transportation of crude oil through out the county.
Agency says abatements for residential buildings do not fit with its mission
The Bethlehem Industrial Development Agency did not approve tax abatements sought by a residential development after deciding at their Friday, May 23, meeting that approval of the tax credits did not fit with the agency’s mission.
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- Telephonic 'town hall' on economic development set for Feb. 28
- Community Caregivers announces Burbank hire
- Guilderland Chamber's Annual Awards Dinner on June 12
- Town Board candidate calls for IDA oversight
- Au Revoir to my Favorite Gal….Miss Albany Diner
- Tearsheet Program
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