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- CEG president arrested on drunk driving charges | 2 weeks ago
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- Let's get ready to read | 4 weeks ago
Fighting insect hinges on knowledge 4 days, 15 hours ago
Remembrance effort still strong 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Let's get ready to read 4 weeks ago
A festival for the senses 1 month ago
A common thread 1 month, 1 week ago
Spa students to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation 1 month, 1 week ago
Hogan sets women's record at Delmar Dash [photo gallery] 1 month, 1 week ago
- A look at the girls basketball field for Sectionals
- A look at the boys basketball field for Sectionals
- Section II swim meet primer
- Cricket steps up another notch as Tri-City joins Commonwealth League
- Saratoga gets spooky
- Spa students to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation
- Hogan sets women's record at Delmar Dash [photo gallery]
- No more ’fro for ‘FroJoe’
- Sports poll: Which team will win the Section II Class AA girls basketball title?
- Swimming: A total team effort for Shen
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Fighting insect hinges on knowledge
- Remembrance effort still strong
- Let's get ready to read
- A festival for the senses
- A common thread
Letters to the Editor
- Letter: Make committee as diverse as city
- Letter: Farms come first in Ballston
- Letter: Gov. Cuomo: time to ban fracking
- Letter: Appointments not good government
- Letter: Mayor’s actions amount to nothing more than power grab
- CEG president arrested on drunk driving charges
- State Police ‘Move Over' week results
- State Police to focus on ‘Move Over Law’
- Police searching for man who stabbed trooper
- Police search for suspect in Clifton Park assault
- Group wants racing considered in casino talks
- GloFo submits new fab plans
- Paramedics seek body armor
- Outside the box
- Chambers strike a common chord
Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week focuses on invasive insect’s threat, precautions
New York is recognizing Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week this year from Sunday, May 19, to Saturday, May 25. Residents and visitors are being encouraged to become more aware about the invasive insect and its destructive potential towards ash trees.
F. Michael Tucker, president of the Center for Economic Growth, was allegedly found to have had a blood alcohol content more than double the legal limit while parked in Stuyvesant Plaza on Friday, May 3, according to police reports.
Delmar man continues event commemorating D-Day veterans
As what has been called the Greatest Generation ages, finding World War II veterans is getting harder. Tougher still is locating survivors of a single action, even one as momentous and enormous as D-Day.
Albany Children’s Book Festival connects young readers with authors
The fifth annual Albany Children’s Book Festival, hosted by The Albany Academies, allows people of all ages to meet some of their favorite authors and illustrators. There will also be magicians, a children’s concert, clowns and other activities around the theme of reading.
Cathedral of All Saints to present 'Vin de Choir: A Night of Song and Wine'
On Friday, April 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., The Friends of the Choir will hold a wine tasting event at the The Cathedral of All Saints
For area quilting group, tradition, service and fellowship are a seamless combination
Q.U.I.L.T. Inc. has met at the Delmar Reformed Church once a month for the past 36 years. They meet to showcase their work, learn new skills and listen to guest speakers.
Students at Saratoga Central Catholic held a dress down day and bake sale to raise money and awareness for local kLaVoy5k.
Paley claims men's division title at 25th annual race
The 25th Delmar Dash provided a first for the 5-mile race. Saratoga Springs resident Megan Hogan set the record for the fastest women's division time when she crossed the finish line in 27:38.
Spotlight News was recognized among the top weekly publications in the state at the New York Press Association spring conference, with the paper’s staff capturing several first-place awards in the group’s annual Better Newspaper Contest.
New standardized tests have parents, educators worried about effects on students
On Tuesday, April 16, students in third to eighth grade across New York will sit down for the first day of standardized tests that adhere to the Common Core Standards. But it has been months now that parents and educators have worried pupils are being pushed too far with the sudden shift to more rigorous standards.
More than 2,000 traffic tickets issued during enforcement initiative
State Police issued 2,023 traffic tickets during its weeklong heightened traffic enforcement of the “Move Over Law” and speeding limits from April 1 to 7, which included 801 speeding tickets and 38 tickets for failure to move-over for emergency or hazard vehicles.
New York’s students will start taking new standardized tests this year in the name of improving performance. So why are kids expected to fail?
Students in third to eighth grade will face English language arts and math tests adhering to Common Core Standards, national standards that were developed by looking at what students should achieve to be prepared for college.
‘Some Assembly Required’ features multi-media collages from 16 artists
The latest exhibit displayed at the Albany International Airport Gallery, “Some Assembly Required,” shows a variety of ways contemporary artists interpret the process of collage by combining different media.
Law enforcement to hold weeklong increased enforcement of traffic safety
State Police will heighten “Move Over Law” enforcement efforts from Monday, April 1, to Sunday, April 7, in an attempt to reduce speed-related crashes and protect roadside worker.