Local Eats and Essentials.com, a website which allows diners to order takeout or curbside pickup from local, independently owned restaurants, launched today.The website/web app features offerings from diverse establishments such as Yanni’s Too, Simone’s Kitchen and The Cask and Rasher. Users will find they are able to order various dishes from each location all in one transaction. One member of the family may crave Yanni’s award winning calamari, while another may prefer to dine on Taco Tuesday specials
Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy announced today that for the first time, food and refreshment vendors will be able to sell their products along the nine-mile stretch of the Albany County Helderberg-Hudson Rail Trail through food trucks, carts or temporary stands. The Request for Proposals was issued today and responses are due back on July 10. “The COVID-19 crisis and economic shutdown have had devastating impacts on our small businesses and hardworking families who continue to struggle to make
Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA) Well-Being is pleased to announce the release of a new infographic on mindfulness. The infographic, Mindfulness in Our Everyday Lives, provides an overview of how people can incorporate mindfulness techniques into their daily routines. Chelle Pean, cofounder of Root3d, presents the concepts showcased in this infographic. Root3d is a holistic health center for all based in Albany, New York. This infographic presents mindfulness in an accessible format, providing an
We are pleased to announce we have been Green Marine certified for the 4th consecutive year. This is an ongoing initiative that we strive for as we continue to do better each year as stewards for our environment. The Green Marine Program is an environmental certification program for the North American marine industry and includes environmental performance measurements such as monitoring invasive species, GHG emissions and air pollutants, spill prevention, community impacts, environmental leadership and
BETHLEHEM, N.Y. – Our community is experiencing a historic moment of the 21st century. Although many may be eager to put the Coronavirus pandemic behind us, we have a unique opportunity to share recent memories, express our voices and listen to one another. It won’t be long before a new generation will ask, “What was living through the pandemic like?”Bethlehem Public Library would like to collect recent memories of life during quarantine. Community members are encouraged submit their thoughts, along with
Organize Senior Moves, LLC Tri-state is official! I want to welcome our new Franchisee, Julie Willson, to the OSM TEAM. She will be overseeing part of New York, Vermont and Massachusetts. Congratulations! For more information, call 518.528.2622.
Capital District Businesses, STRIDE Wounded Warriors and Special Needs Youth need help funding their programs. STRIDE Adaptive Sports makes sure they get to play sports, have physical recreation, and live a healthy lifestyle. The COVID pandemic temporarily shut down STRIDE's programs and took away many of its fundraising opportunities for the rest of this year. Now, STRIDE athletes are looking to return and resume their programs, and I am asking for your help - there are many ways you can
Bethlehem Central School District Named No. 1 School District by Albany Business Review for 4th Year In A Row
For the fourth year in a row, the Bethlehem Central School District has been named the number one school district in the Capital Region by the Albany Business Review. The district is featured in the local business publication’s annual Schools Report, which ranks 84 school districts in the 11-county greater Capital Region using data from the New York State Education Department for the 2018-19 school year. The announcement was made on Friday, June 5. The Albany Business Review ranking takes into account
Support the Bethlehem Class of 2020 and help them celebrate their graduation! Sawyer's Screen Printing & Embroidery has signs available for local businesses to show their support for the Class of 2020 during the month of June (graduation is June 26). 4 x 6 for $50 2 x 3 for $36 Contact Sawyer's at (518) 272-0586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for community donations of clean plastic bags or paper bags. We use these bags for our Craft & Plant Sales and our Garage Sales. Help us and recycle your clean plastic bags by donating them to Bethlehem Grange. You can drop them off during our meetings, or during our Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner on Saturday March 7th. Other times can also be arranged for drop off. Please do not just drop them off without making arrangements with one of our members, we have no place where they can remain