Three generations of family at Bryant Asset Protection
According to Forbes Magazine, less than one third of family businesses survive the transition from first to third generation ownership. Another 50% don’t survive the transition from the second to the third generation. Bryant Asset Protection and Bryant Asset Management have beaten the odds because of the professional and friendly customer service that helps to set them apart from the competition.
Catholic Charities tackles hunger issue through food pantries
If a neighbor came to you and asked for a small favor, you’d likely be inclined to say “yes.”
The Spinney at Van Dyke offers empty nesters unique living spaces
The idea that an adult living complex has to be a big, multi-level apartment building is being turned on its ear.
A Guilderland man was arrested on child pornography charges after an ongoing investigation traced his Internet Protocol address.
Eagles rally from 13-point deficit to beat Blue Bison in overtime
The Bethlehem girls basketball team did something no other team had done at Shaker since December 2010.
Local lawmakers defied calls from toy industry representatives to let state or federal officials draft changes to what levels of chemicals are allowed in children’s products.
Albany police arrested 10 women working out of four Asian massage spas in the Town of Colonie following an Albany County Sheriff’s Office investigation into potential human trafficking.
Board of Education to begin planning for the 2015-16 school year budget
The South Colonie School District looked to get an early start on budgeting for the 2015-16 school year, but the efforts were delayed.
This Get To Know appears in the Jan. 14 editions of Spotlight News.
Town of Colonie considers public comments in process
Following public comments at a recent town board public hearing, the proposed local laws regarding motel regulations have been revised with residents’ concerns in mind.
This editorial appears in the Jan. 14 edition of the Colonie Spotlight.
Renowned pianist and jazz musician Wataru Niimori teaches young children the basics of music at The Music Studio
With 27 years of experience under his belt, renowned pianist and jazz musician Wataru Niimori decided to change his tune for the Capital District, moving from the stage to the front of a classroom.
Monster Jam to unleash vehicular mayhem
Either from the immense heights to which they are built — measuring as high as 11 feet — or the primal scream emitted by the revving of a 1500-horsepower engine, the given name of Monster Truck is fitting.
Two men are facing felony drug charges after police allegedly found them to be in possession of heroin.
Ciccotti Center campaign benefits new changing spaces
The benefit campaign for new changing areas at the Ciccotti Center gets an underwater theme as members swim on.
The Christian Brothers Academy hockey team is still searching for its first league win of the season.
A 36-year-old Albany woman was sentenced in Albany County Court on Tuesday, Jan. 6, to serve one-year-and-four-months to four years in state prison for attempted criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree.
Tyrone Allington, 50, already serving time in state prison, was sentenced in Albany County Court on Thursday, Jan. 8, to two-and-a-half to five years in prison for felony identity theft.
Colonie police are seeking the public's help in locating Wayne A. Yelle, 46, of Colonie, who has been reportedly missing since Saturday, Dec. 3.
Albany residents regain perspective of life in storied South End
Once upon a time, the governor took the visiting princess on a journey to survey his capital city. As they both traveled by car over potholed streets and tenant houses in shambles, the governor was said to be embarrassed. Is that not how stories with princesses usually go?