Local Girl Scout troop helps start library for African school
One local Girl Scout troop has embodied the advocacy role promoted by the national organization by starting a library for an African primary school.
This appears in the May 6 editions of Spotlight News.
Latham Water District recognized for projects, best taste
Despite recent winter challenges, the Latham Water District was nationally recognized recently, winning three awards so far this year.
Boys Lacrosse teams from North Colonie traveled to Burnt Hills on May 5 to take on the Spartans.
Guilderland teens organize local benefit concert
Metrohead is on a mission.
Colonie supervisor announces plans for fifth term
Town of Colonie Supervisor Paula Mahan announced this past weekend that she will be seeking reelection for a fifth term.
Annual event continues to provide live music from today, and cherished traditions from the past
Frogs chirping in our backyard is a brief, telltale sign each year that summer is coming. That, and Tulip Festival.
This editorial appears in the May 6 editions of Spotlight News.
Southgate walkway officially dedicated to late student
The North Colonie community gathered late last week at the Southgate Elementary playground to see the result of two years of work done in memory of Ashton Jojo.
Bethlehem Toastmasters celebrates 90 years, accepting new members
As the Bethlehem Toastmasters say goodbye to a founding member, the organization celebrates its 90th anniversary with an open house to welcome new ones.
Women in leadership positions speak to North Colonie students
Students from North Colonie school district were treated to a question and answer panel, where prominent women in the community gave advice about career and dealing with discrimination.
Vintage video games continue to provide fun for today’s family
Generation X cringed at the news last month as a video of Bo Jackson having to explain his greatness to an unbeknownst teenager went viral.
Siena students print 3D superhero-themed hand for Ohio boy
Jack Carder, a 5-year-old Ohio boy, was born with only minimal use of a partially formed right hand, but a group of Siena College students have worked to change that.
Local attraction is re-opening founder’s original tour after more than 100 years
Guy Schiavone has been an employee of Howe Caverns for more than a dozen years, and even he got excited over the prospect of walking through the attraction’s newest tour.
This editorial appears in the April 29 editions of Spotlight News.
Crisafulli Associates receive concept acceptance, apartments and offices
Crisafulli Associates took the first steps toward breaking ground on new projects in the Town of Colonie, including a new apartment complex and a second office building along Albany Shaker Road.
This letter to the editor appears in the April 22 edition of the Colonie Spotlight
Mythological creatures at The Greatest Show On Earth®
There are iconic images conjured within the mind once one thinks about the circus coming to town.
This appears in the April 22 editions of Spotlight News.
Large retail site on Albany Shaker Road pending Zoning Board of Appeals approval
As the first Sonic restaurant in the Capital District prepares a grand opening this summer, a Massachusetts developer is looking to get a special use permit approved for a site totaling about 5.7 acres.