Supervisor Paula Mahan gave her State of the Town address Thursday, Jan. 21, in advance of the town board’s second meeting.
Scattered across 3,200 noncontiguous acres between the towns of Colonie and Guilderland, lies one of Earth’s best examples of a specific and rare ecosystem, home to a surprising array of flora and fauna that depend on it to survive.
Best Fitness contest provides motivation, support to help participants reach their long-term health goals
January is the most popular month of the year for setting fitness and health goals.
Burnt Hills/Ballston Spa scored four times in the second period and held on for a 4-3 win against Shaker/Colonie Saturday, Jan. 23, in a Capital District High School Hockey League game at the Albany County Hockey Facility.
Shaker scored the first 14 points of the game, but Troy had the last laugh as it defeated the Blue Bison 57-51 in overtime Friday, Jan. 22, in a Suburban Council boys basketball game in Latham.
A 19-5 run in the third quarter helped Shaker defeat Troy 45-33 in a Suburban Council girls basketball game Friday, Jan. 22.
Alternative rock band, Last Daze, will play at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que on Saturday, Jan. 30 at 9:30 p.m.
Christian Brothers Academy scored three times in the second period to pull away for a 7-4 Capital District High School Hockey League victory over Shaker/Colonie Friday, Jan. 22, at the Albany County Hockey Facility.
The State of the State address, for the second year in a row, was combined with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget proposal announcement on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
This editorial first appeared in the Jan. 20 editions of Spotlight News.
Rachel Blow scored 22 points to lead Voorheesville to a 52-47 victory over Ichabod Crane in a Colonial Council girls basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 20.
The Capital District’s premiere culinary event is a huge undertaking for dedicated, pro-bono organizers like Michelle Hines Abram
The Capital District came together last weekend to celebrate the good things in life: food, wine, art and philanthropy.
For once, the Bethlehem boys basketball team came out on the right end of a close game.
The Shaker girls basketball team held on for a 54-50 Suburban Council victory over Columbia Tuesday, Jan. 19, in Latham.
Watervliet received three forfeits at the end to edge Albany Academy 43-42 in a Colonial Council wrestling meet Tuesday, Jan. 19.
Following a tumultuous 2015 that repeatedly exposed division and dysfunction within Albany County government, a new sitting legislature was sworn in at noon on Friday, January 1, at the county courthouse in downtown Albany.
Two of the top boys basketball teams squared off Saturday, Jan. 16, with Green Tech getting the better of Voorheesville 66-50.
This originally appeared in the Jan. 13 editions of Spotlight News.
A Roberto Clemente toss from where Albany’s Clinton and Central avenues intersect lies the last living vestige of baseball’s pioneer era.
Saratoga Springs sprung a surprise on Bethlehem by beating the Lady Eagles 66-57 in a Suburban Council girls basketball game Friday, Jan. 15, in Delmar.