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- A brief history of the natural world [photo gallery] | 23 hours, 29 minutes ago
- Sports poll: Who is your Suburban Council boys lacrosse most valuable player? | 1 day, 3 hours ago
- Voorheesville voters approve school budget | 1 day, 16 hours ago
- UPDATE: Guilderland voters pass $91M budget | 1 day, 18 hours ago
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UPDATE: Guilderland voters pass $91M budget 1 day, 18 hours ago
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- Guilderland Chamber's Annual Awards Dinner on June 12
- Voorheesville MS drafts pilot policy for electronic devices
- Tonko to visit V'ville library, discuss healthcare changes
- 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
- Guilderland Named Best Tasting Water in Albany County
- Sports poll: Who is your Suburban Council boys lacrosse most valuable player?
- Boys lacrosse: Guilderland advances to Class A semifinals
- Sports poll: Which Suburban Council softball team will win the Section II Class AA title?
- Softball: Harrigan leads Guilderland past Mohonasen
- Boys lacrosse: Guilderland handles Bethlehem
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Roots of knowledge
- A brief history of the natural world [photo gallery]
- Rain doesn’t dampen spirits [photo gallery]
- Fighting insect hinges on knowledge
- Park lovers give back
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Salute our EMS heroes
- LETTER: Remembering veterans important year round
- LETTER: Minimum wage vote a failure of democracy
- LETTER: An open letter from NYSUT
- LETTER: Everyone needs a hero
- CEG president arrested on drunk driving charges
- Shoppers arrested at Crossgates for allegedly passing forged checks
- Police investigate local banks scam incidents
- Who let the dogs in?
- Slingerlands residents arrested for car thefts
- Owens Corning to go solar
- Flood of concerns over subdivision
- Nursing home deal tabled
- Smart House breaks ground
- Tech Park talk in Slingerlands
Glenmont fire demo part of campaign to encourage indoor sprinkler legislation
On Friday, May 17, the New York State Building Officials Conference held a fire demonstration for its members at the Bethlehem Fire Training Facility off Winne Place in Glenmont. It was held so those in attendance could “see firsthand the power of fire and how effective fire sprinklers can be” when installed in the home.
Delmar resident launches project to cultivate awareness of native plant species
Loretta Fontaine Castagna has held an interest in native plant life since she was a young girl.
Array of 9,000 panels to provide 6 percent of plant’s energy
Owens Corning will soon be erecting thousands of solar panels on site at its plant in Delmar.
Environmental Fair at Five Rivers explores the present and past
Five Rivers Environmental Education Center hosted more than 600 students from around 10 Capital District elementary schools during the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s three-day Environmental Fair.
Bus and reserve fund propositions pass; uncontested board incumbents
Voorheesville Central School District's approved 2013-14 budget increases spending by almost $694,000, or 3.14 percent, and holds a property tax levy increase of 3.23 percent, which is within the district’s tax cap limit.
District's $1M bus and equipment proposition approved, uncontested board race
More than 60 percent of voters supported Guilderland Central School District’s proposed spending plan for next school year, holding a 3.39 percent property tax levy increase.
Crowds turn out to honor heroes at Altamont Memorial Day Parade
Despite a soggy start and drizzly finale, Altamont’s Memorial Day Parade went on as planned Sunday, May 19, when people lined the streets armed with umbrellas to honor those who made the greatest sacrifice for their country.
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.
Teen’s suicide fuels push for legislation over school special education resources
Jerry Clark’s grandmother can’t fill the hole in her heart left by her grandson’s suicide, but she is continuing her efforts to keep it from happening to other families by lobbying for state legislation.
Two-year agreement holds annual 2 percent salary increase
The Guilderland Town Board on Tuesday, May 7, approved a new two-year contract with the town’s police union, which has around 35 members. The agreement provides a retroactive 2 percent salary increase each year.
Contingency funds targeted to make payroll for July
Three days after the Albany County Legislature tabled a vote on privatizing the county nursing home vote, Albany County Executive Dan McCoy has sent out a request to move $2.2 million from the county’s contingency fund in the budget to meet the facility’s July payroll.
New Scotland residents pack hearing to lament drainage issues, board rebuts claims
Neighbors of a proposed 12-lot subdivision in New Scotland fear their existing drainage issues would only worsen with new construction, but town officials and the developer claim the opposite is true.
Guilderland GOP robo-calls McKownville residents, supervisor says change not political
The Guilderland Town Board is backpedaling on a plan to establish a special taxing district in McKownville in a favor of a townwide fund aimed at fixing drainage issues across the board.
$3M extension hinges on purchase agreement with Bethlehem
The New Scotland Town Board on Wednesday, May 8, unanimously approved the boundaries of the New Salem Water District, but the town though must finalize a water purchase agreement with Bethlehem before the taps are turned on.