City of Albany police arrested Ernest Muller, 23, of Colonie, after he led officers on a vehicle pursuit Wednesday morning, Aug. 19.
College tuition begets angst, and for good reason. According to Sallie Mae, the average family spent nearly $25,000 on college related expenses in school year 2014–2015, which includes tuition, room and board, transportation and all other college-related expenses.
As the Easter Seals New York day campers swam in the training pool, nearly two dozen young lifeguards practiced lifesaving drills right beside them.
Albany County Executive Dan McCoy announced last week the county Department of Health will be joining the coordinated state response to a growing Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak in New York City.
At the end of July, New York officials announced the five companies that would be awarded licenses to sell medical marijuana, three of which plan to open dispensaries in Albany County.
Albany Management broke ground on the fourth phase of its Dutch Village apartment community Friday, Aug. 7.
Third-generation owner Gregory Bennett Jackson celebrated the 100th anniversary of his family’s full-service home remodeling company, Bennett Contracting, Inc., by helping families in Albany’s South End build strong roots.
I first came across real estate developer Sonny Bonacio when covering a story at the Universal Preservation Hall, a 19th century church being converted into an entertainment venue. The structure itself had long suffered neglect, and now through the efforts of the community, of which Bonacio is a part of, it is promised to remain relevant to the city for years to come.
The thought of summer camp conjures up iconic images of swimming at the lake, or stories at the campfire, but that’s not what it’s about anymore.
Follow this string of logic. Former presidential candidate Al Gore attended Harvard University where he famously roomed with actor Tommy Lee Jones, earned his undergraduate degree and yadda, yadda, yadda invented the Internet.
Albany County Nursing Home residents and staff have been experiencing a bit more ease when it comes to mobility with the help of new equipment.
This appears in the Aug. 12 editions of Spotlight News.
Being from Brooklyn, 18-year-old Aaron Straker hadn’t been near a farm until he and the other members of Jeter’s Leaders visited the Patroon Land Farm in Voorheesville Monday, Aug. 3.
Police responded to gunshots at Colonie Center Thursday, Aug. 13
Colonie police received a call reporting a person with a weapon and shots fired in the Colonie Center parking lot near the Cheesecake Factory Thursday night, Aug. 13, at 10:07 p.m.
Ursula Garreau-Rickenbacher was a young, 23-year-old Swiss immigrant in the fashion capital of the Western World, knocking on the doors of large fashion houses pitching her talent for design.
What began as one North Colonie art teacher’s desire to give back has expanded into a weeklong hockey tournament with 16 teams and more than $200,000 raised for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
This editorial appears in the Aug. 12 editions of Spotlight News.
Bridal Wars returns to Albany for another event, soon to embark on national tour
Albany business-owner Stacy Jubert wanted to come up with a more unique way for brides-to-be to prepare for their wedding than a typical bridal show, so she started a friendly competition.
Drive 25 Campaign looks to bring attention to residential speeding
Village residents may have noticed the first bright red cutout sign in this summer’s edition of “The Villager” newsletter, along with a notice asking that drivers keep the sign somewhere visible in their cars.
Fair organizers intend to keep providing you with that nostalgia
The local landscape has changed immensely throughout the great span of time the Altamont Fair has been around.