Thousands still without power, cleanup will be long-term
Hurricane Irene had been downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it reached the Capital District early on Sunday, Aug. 28, but it still wreaked havoc throughout the area.
Candidates for Bethlehem Town Board and the 109th Assembly District will meet in debate this evening, at Bethlehem Town Hall.
Guilderland releases list of potential cuts to school budget
The Guilderland Central School District has released a list of possible program eliminations and position reductions to help reduce the $2.6 million deficit the district faces for the 2012-13 school year.
Dollars for Scholars fundraiser features decorated benches
One local organization has found a way to turn the unique, stylized work of local artists into functional pieces for the home, all while raising money for the education of local students.
A hiker hailing from Guilderland had to be airlifted from the Adirondack High Peaks after suffering a leg injury on the side of Algonquin Mountain this past weekend.
Police say man set fire to own house after domestic dispute
A New Scotland man is in the county jail for allegedly torching his own house following a domestic dispute.
Bulldogs need win over Tri-Valley to advance
Through the first three games of pool play, the Guilderland Bulldogs proved that they can play with the best Babe Ruth teams in the country.
Arguments heard in retrial request for Christopher Porco
The state's highest court heard arguments this afternoon from Christopher Porco's attorney, who is seeking a new trial for his client
Duo were stuck in tree for hours before cries heard
Area police and firefighters fished two people out of the Normanskill early this morning after their car became submerged on Krumkill Road.
Nisky duo pile up individual wins against Ballston Spa
Niskayuna and Shenendehowa each earned duel meet wins Tuesday afternoon.
Fusco scores three touchdowns in Plainsmen win over Guilderland
Through two games, the Shenendehowa football team is undefeated and unscored upon.
Friends group prepares for 40th anniversary of environmental preserve
The start of the fall season will be kicked off with a free festival at the popular Five Rivers nature preserve.
Bethlehem police arrested an East Berne man on drunken driving charges after he allegedly crashed his pickup into a 12-ton steamroller.
Delmar man organizing bike collection for overseas aid
Delmar resident Charlie Hughes is leading a bicycle collection on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Jeff Palmerino leads the pack with a 68
Three Eagles placed in the top 10 to lead Bethlehem to the team title at Thursday's Suburban Council Tournament.
Northeastern Nitro to begin play in 2012
The Northeastern Nitro will play its 2012 Independent Women's Football League season at Schenectady High School.
Convicted killer's FOIL appeal will go unanswered following split vote
Deliberations on the Bethlehem Town Board were deadlocked last night as leaders discussed how to respond to a freedom of information request from Christopher Porco.
8th Annual Walk for Hope continues to grow
Hundreds will gather in Bethlehem's Elm Avenue Park for the 8th annual Albany Capital District Walk for Hope on Sunday, Sept. 11.
A Clarksville woman's life was claimed by Tropical Storm Irene this weekend when she was apparently swept into the Onesquethaw Creek.