Local agency offers education resources for parents with special needs children
When Robyn Sanders began to notice that her son Dylan was having speech difficulties, she turned to her son’s pediatrician.
The mother of a first-grader asks how to help her child stay focused in school
Help! My child is really struggling in school this year with paying attention and getting his work completed.
Jennifer Steuer reminisces as her triplets turn seven
Being a mom has taken me on some pretty strange journeys. Being the mom of triplets has helped me take others on my journey.
Spending time with little ones is irreplaceable
Some grandparents are caregivers and see their grandchildren on a regular schedule. Others see their grandchildren when they can.
A review of Namu Korean BBQ
The Family Chow finds a local restaurant serving one of Mom's favorite dishes enjoyed during pregnancy.
Report: A dozen toxic toys sold in county, call for local legislation
The Albany County Legislature held a public hearing Tuesday, Nov. 25, on its proposed Toxic-Free Toys Act, which would allow the county health commissioner to inspect merchandise sold in stores and issue fines for toys found to have dangerous levels of, or banned, chemicals.
Lisha Kill eighth-grader Jacob Haley wins anti-bullying competition
When Lisha Kill eighth-grader Jacob Haley decided to take a stand against bullying after years of enduring it at school, his voice was head throughout the Capital District.
Toy Truck Mobile Museum stops in Slingerlands, showcases its 50-year history
Fascination over Hess’ toy trucks seemed to hold an ageless appeal at a recent and rare showing of the entire collection.
Albany’s Autism Society hosts its first Trunk or Treat event at Spotted Zebra
The Capital District’s Autism Society will hold its first annual Sensory-Friendly Trunk or Treat event, where kids can come and enjoy Halloween without the jumps and scares.
Bethlehem middle schoolers build scarecrows to welcome the season
Like the scarecrows he helps build, Mark Warford is outstanding in his field.
As you can imagine, there are times when my house is loud. I mean REALLY loud. Three kids trying to get mom’s attention after school and dad’s attention when he gets home from work. Then there is me, who will yell over everyone to be heard. Harlan just shakes his head and talks quieter.
It’s officially fall in the Capital District. Pumpkin patches are a riot of orange and apples are ready to be picked. Fall turns this region into an exciting outdoor playground for all ages just waiting to be explored.
Bethlehem YMCA dedicates new playground to Bethlehem boy who died of brain cancer two years ago
The memory of Myles McAdoo will put smiles on the faces of children for years to come, after a playground was dedicated in his honor last week.
Local beekeepers looking to spur interest in honey hobby, offer guidance
Jennifer Ford and Keith Freeman conducted their first beehive inspection Friday morning, July 18, at Farnsworth Middle School’s Organic Garden. The couple has kept beehives at their home since 2008 and started maintaining one at the garden this summer.
Three Capital District girls selected as understudies for New York City Ballet
Dancing with the New York City Ballet is the dream of nearly every American ballerina, but few are given the opportunity prior to high school.