Summer camp is a time for kids to be kids again
Summer camp is one of the few places that allows kids to disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature.
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.
Bethlehem High School students create own company for experience, charity
The aroma coming from the kitchen of Bethlehem Central High School just after the final bell rang was mouth watering. The smells were so good, nearly a dozen staff members poked their heads in to see how the cooking was coming along.
Cold weather did not dampen turnout for annual event
The Town of Bethlehem Parks and Recreation Department hosted its “Egg-stravaganza” event Saturday, April 11, at Elm Avenue Park. The main attraction, an egg hunt, featured more than 2,000 colorful plastic eggs placed across three areas at the park.
Triple Threat dance team prepares for Worlds competition in Orlando
The Dance Worlds championship is just a week away, and the Triple Threat All Stars’ dance team is working to perfect its routine.
The seed of an idea was planted several years ago when we were visiting with some old friends we hadn’t seen in years.
Making memories at summer camp throughout the Capital District.
Secret veggies they'll enjoy
Rainbow Smoothies are magical. This is because they are a delicious blend of fruits, mixed with a bit of veggies that you can’t taste.
As a mom, I am used to faking it. From parenting success to arts and crafts projects, being patient, and the biggest one — being happy all the time.
Can you talk to me about flying with a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old. Just me. Can I do this?
Music studio catering to kids with special needs to perform at Schenectady bakery
In celebration of Puzzles Bakery and Café opening, Piano for Special Kidz Music Studio will return to Schenectady for a performance of contemporary and classical favorites.
The reality of what’s to come finally becomes clear
Last week, my son kicked his father in the face. Through the womb.
Local restaurants present original recipes using Girl Scout cookies as inspiration
As young Girl Scouts begin to appear outside of stores and in malls, offering boxes of cookies, local restaurants gathered to see who could come up with the best recipe using some of America’s favorite treats.
Local resident donates funds to bolster educational opportunities at Bethlehem Central
A local man is hoping his monetary donation not only enhances STEM education at the school district, but also encourages other community members to open their wallets.
Bethlehem peer program helps adolescents get second chance
Although Bethlehem Youth Court has seen a decrease in cases the last few years, those who go through the program are presented with more charges.
Anxiety is common among high school seniors applying to college
This year, my senior year, I noticed a common theme among my classmates: Panic.
Annual event highlights child and parenting resources in the area
Has your child ever wanted to meet Captain America, Thor, R2D2, or Darth Vader? They can do that and much more at the Hannaford Kidz Expo Saturday, March 7, at the Empire State Plaza.
When I saw my baby, the beauty of sonograms snapped into focus
One skill I’ve picked up since becoming pregnant is sonogram analysis.
Daniel Margolis’ grandfather, Joseph Sherman, was the inspiration that encouraged Daniel to explore his family history.