Susan Leath, Bethlehem's town historian, has a new book, “Historic Tales of Bethlehem, New York,” that includes church histories, tales of local farms, and segments on the defunct ice industry and blacksmithing.



Bethlehem’s new commissioner of public works, George Kansas, said that New Scotland and Bethlehem do not have a formal agreement for water, but merely “randomly pieced together” contracts.

New Scotland and Bethlehem will continue to share water sources and infrastructure, according to New Scotland Supervisor Thomas Dolin, while homes along the Guilderland border could get outside water if the Weatherfield system is upgraded.

Albany County Legislator Herbert W. Reilly claims Bethlehem officials ignored a bill to protect county water.

BETHLEHEM — The Bethlehem Children’s School is offering a new “Tiny Sprouts” classroom for the 2015-16 school year.  This half-day or full-day program is designed for students “ready to begin their educational experience in a small nurturing environment,” according to a release from the not-for-profit school.

Ed Rosen, Delmar

Ali Woller, from Bethlehem, a junior member of the women's lacrosse team at Ithaca College, earned All-Empire 8 Honorable Mention for the 2015 season.

Kids had a small festival outside at the Bethlehem Children's School Greenfest on May 16.

A former Bethlehem softball player has found success at the college level.

Eagles end its hockey season on top.


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