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- Girls basketball: Big fourth quarter propels Guilderland past Columbia | 2 days, 12 hours ago
- Hockey: Bethlehem shuts out Shenendehowa | 2 days, 14 hours ago
- Colonie chamber honors local business, former police chief at annual dinner | 4 days, 14 hours ago
- Tuesday roundup: Shenendehowa girls basketball gets past Shaker | 5 days, 10 hours ago
Colonie chamber honors local business, former police chief at annual dinner 4 days, 14 hours ago
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- Watch Cuomo's 2015 State of the State address
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- Westmere student is December WORDS winner
- Portion of Albany County Rail Trail closed
- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
- Proposed pet sellers and breeders local law
- Hockey: Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa snaps Bethlehem's winning streak
- Boys basketball: Ravena defeats Voorheesville in overtime
- Girls basketball: Big fourth quarter propels Guilderland past Columbia
- Hockey: Bethlehem shuts out Shenendehowa
- Tuesday roundup: Shenendehowa girls basketball gets past Shaker
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- State Attorney General puts ticket industry on notice, demands changes
- The people we meet along the way
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- Best Fitness contest provides motivation, support to help participants reach their long-term health goals
- Last Daze in Troy
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR; Hear the beep where you sleep
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Nature is basis to our survival
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Development is rampant
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Beware of scam artists
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sustainable Eating
- How do the president’s orders affect those wanting to buy guns?
- Colonie Year in Review: Police Chief Steve Heider retires
- Colonie Year in Review: Heroin homicide
- Delmar pastor arrested on felony charges
- Nearly three decades on the force, Colonie Police Chief Jonathan Teale lends perspective on his town
- Regional airline returns to Albany, to add more than 100 new jobs locally
- New 23,000-sq.-ft. veterinary facility in Latham represents $5.2M investment
- Vacant Engle Farm purchased for $5.75M, with plans for more retail space
- Capital District awarded $98.1M towards area economic development projects
- New kid on the block JetBlue promises competition within stable of airlines at Albany International
Thirty-three-year old Neil Vatsyayan loves Halloween, Six Flags theme parks and his tae kwon do class. He graduated from Shenendehowa High School in 2001 and lives with his parents in Latham. He also has a moderate case of Down Syndrome, a genetic abnormality which presents the afflicted individual with challenges in areas such as: language and communication; conceptual, social and emotional development; motor skills; and personal care, even as they cope with a variety of other health concerns and a shortened life expectancy.
The two hottest Capital District High School Hockey League teams met Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Schenectady County Recreational Facility in Glenville.
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk outscored Voorheesville 12-6 in overtime to defeat the Blackbirds 60-54 Friday, Feb. 5, in a Colonial Council boys basketball game.
Guilderland won for the fourth time in its last six games by rallying for a 59-50 victory over Columbia in a Suburban Council girls basketball game Friday, Feb. 5.
Andrew Yanowsky scored two goals, and goaltender Alex Breiner made 20 saves to lead Bethlehem to a 4-0 victory over Shenendehowa in a Capital District High School Hockey League game Friday, Feb. 5, at the Bethlehem Area YMCA.
The Colonie Chamber of Commerce honored residents, businesses and the town’s former police chief, Steve Heider, at its annual dinner on Thursday, Jan. 28 at the Century House with drinks, laughs and plenty of congratulations for the accomplishments of the past year and beyond.
It’s long been suspected, but now it’s been quantified — there truly is a method behind the madness of acquiring that hot concert ticket.
Dignitaries from nearly all aspects of state government were on hand for continued good news at Albany International Airport.
Albany Academy used a 22-6 run in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 73-48 victory over Voorheesville in a non-league boys basketball game Sunday, Jan. 31.
Shaker's Ronel Forde and Bethlehem's Tedi DeMaria each won a pair of events at the Suburban Council Indoor Track and Field Championships Sunday, Jan. 31, at the University at Albany.
People come into your life at different points of time not by mere chance but by a greater mechanism to teach you a lesson. That lesson can be inspirational, heart wrenching or a wake-up call.
Bethlehem came back from a two-goal deficit to defeat Christian Brothers Academy 4-3 in a Capital District High School Hockey League game Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Albany County Hockey Facility.
Albany's balanced offense and tough defense was too much for Shaker, as the Falcons defeated the Blue Bison 70-46 in a Suburban Council girls basketball game Friday, Jan. 29, in Latham.
Colonie jumped out to a 35-20 halftime lead on its way to a 58-48 victory over Averill Park in a Suburban Council boys basketball game Friday, Jan. 29.