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- Guilderland proposes $33.3M budget within tax cap [UPDATED] | 1 day, 18 hours ago
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- On the front line of an epidemic | 2 days, 16 hours ago
New Voorheesville trustee sworn in 1 day, 16 hours ago
Passport to understanding 1 day, 19 hours ago
On the front line of an epidemic 2 days, 16 hours ago
Redemption time 2 days, 19 hours ago
Battle for the 46th Senate District continues at debate 3 days, 14 hours ago
- Social media reactions to Greulich's Market closing
- Wolanin Traffic Impact Study
- State of the Fiscal Condition of Albany County [video]
- Proposed pet sellers and breeders local law
- Guilderland Library's proposed 2014-15 budget, board election
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- NYS Supreme Court judge strikes down SAFE Act challenge
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- The Spotlight Player of the Week
- Down and derby
- Bethlehem girls volleyball ready for Sectionals
- Guilderland boys soccer team exceeds expectations
- Second season begins
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Passport to understanding
- Redemption time
- Down and derby
- Music from the sweet spot of life
- Get ready to do the ‘Time Warp'
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Corcoran stands out as a solid choice for Supreme Court
- LETTER: Walk highlights state’s failure to protect the disabled
- LETTER: 25 years as an advocate for the disabled
- LETTER: Race for Hope bigger than ever
- LETTER: Blood drive exceeds all expectations
- On the front line of an epidemic
- County executive OK’s new cyber-bully law
- UPDATE: Police release names of Guilderland murder victims
- Sex offender arrested in Bethlehem
- Police: V’ville man performed sex acts with 14-year-old
- Veto override fails to gain support
- Monolith Solar headed for Vista Technology Campus
- Hoffman's Playland move set
- Library trains Etsy entrepreneurs
- Soup’s on in Guilderland
Glenmont resident’s book for children inspired by a real-life avian visitor to the neighborhood
A wild turkey showed up in a small Glenmont neighborhood two years ago and surprised residents when it tried to make friends with a neighbor’s group of free-range chickens.
Board member resigns following move to Guilderland
A roughly decade-long draught without a woman serving on the Village Board of Trustees is ending following a board member resigning.
Preliminary budget increases spending 3.5 percent, taps more fund balance
Town officials kept next year’s proposed budget within its tax levy limit, but the spending plan holds a 35 percent increase in fund balance allocation.
Get a glimpse of the world at annual Festival of Nations at Empire State Plaza
A long-standing Albany tradition continues when the Empire State Plaza Convention Center hosts the 43rd annual Festival of Nations on Sunday, Oct. 26, in downtown Albany.
Retired police officer gets help from trained dogs to help fight heroin use
If someone had asked retired police officer Dave Harrington years ago if he’d like to become a K9 handler, the answer would have been yes. The problem was, and is, funding.
Only 15 legislators supported the move to ban tobacco sales in pharmacies, far under the supermajority need to pass
Tobacco can still be sold in local pharmacies after county legislators stood behind County Executive Dan McCoy’s decision to only ban the display of such products in those businesses.
Pro wrestling event in Troy raises money for charity while fans raise their voices in fun
Rumor has it that there’s going to be a few fights at the Boys and Girls Club of Troy on Saturday, Oct. 25, and no one will be there to stop them.
Tkaczyk, Amedore differences clear at League of Women Voters' candidates forum
Displeasing looks aplenty were cast between candidates during a recent debate for the hotly contested 46th Senate District, as each listened to the opponent’s answers.
First tech tenant on campus promises jobs, economic boost
Frustrated with the rising cost of his utility bills, Steven Erby began looking into alternative energy sources about seven years ago.
Efficiency grant would fund the purchase of items that would save time and money townwide
The town may soon be receiving long-awaited technology upgrades in almost every department through the use of grant funds.
The Hellions of Troy bring women of all backgrounds together to compete in a sport known to inflict a few bruises all in the name of fun
With competitors named Viper Martini, Bonnie Doom and Trixie Firecracker, the sport of roller derby still carries the air of showmanship it is known for, but the game is far from the blood and glitter reputation that sometimes still follows it today.
The Bethlehem girls volleyball team may have a long wait before playing again.
In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Guilderland boys soccer team achieved more than it thought it would.
Bethlehem, Ravena hit the road; Voorheesville gets a rematch
The seedings for this year’s Section 2 football playoffs came out Sunday, Oct. 19. And for two area teams, their seasons will continue on the road.