Greulich's Market, located on Carman Road in Guilderland, abruptly closed Sunday, July 27, which surprised several loyal customers. The exact reasons for closing remain unclear, but it appears to be financial since the business owes more than $15K in back taxes.
The Traffic Impact Study on file at the Town of Guilderland for Wolanin Companies' proposal to build an apartment complex behind 1700 Western Avenue.
Watch Albany County Comptroller Michael Conners' annual State of the Fiscal Condition report to the County Legislature on Monday, May 12. The presentation covers finances for 2013 and focused on how the county deals with poverty. The slideshow presentation from the meeting is also included below the video.
View the proposal local law to regulate pet sellers and breeders in Albany County. This draft of the legislation was publicly released on Tuesday, May 6, during a press conference on the bill. Amendments could be made before the Albany County Legislature approves the bill.
The Guilderland Public Library Board of Trustees recently approved a 2014-15 budget totaling $3.54 million, which holds a 1.42 percent increase spending, or almost $50,000. A public briefing and comment session on the budget will be held on Thursday, May 8, at 7 p,m., in the library’s Tawasentha Room. The public will vote on the proposed budget Tuesday, May 20, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., alongside Guilderland Central School District's budget.
he Alliance of New York State YMCAs will converge at the Legislative Office Building in Albany on Wednesday, May 7, for the Healthy Kids Day Advocacy Event, which aims to inspire policies encouraging kids to keep their minds and bodies active. At the event there will be physical activity opportunities, healthy living demonstrations for youth and a rally featuring Senator Jeff Klein, Assemblyman Felix Ortiz and the "Biggest Loser" season 15 at home winner, Tumi Oguntaia.
New York State Acting Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. McNamara on Thursday, April 10, ruled the NYS SAFE Act does not violate the state Constitution, state Civil Rights Law and the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Dani Moz, real name Danielle Mozeleski, is moving on to the live round of "The Voice." The Bethlehem Central graduate came home last week to visit with family and stop by local schools before work began for the Top 12 contestants. Her latest segment aired on Monday, April 14, and she took some time from her busy schedule to talk with The Spotlight.
State Police arrested 59 protestors at the State Capitol on Thursday, March 20, after 14 groups gathered to protest "against economic and social inequality issues" in the state, according to police. Protestors were arrested after allegedly blocking the entrance to the Executive Chamber.
U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko, D-Amsterdam, and Empire State Development President and CEO Kenneth Adams will held a "telephone town hall" Friday, Feb. 28, at 1:30 p.m., to highlight federal and state economic development efforts and hear input from Capital District residents on creating jobs.
Watch the entire 2014 State of the State address, or read the transcript of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's remarks, and view the governor's power point presentation.
If you happened to miss Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2014 State of the State Address on Wednesday, Jan. 8, check out our curated collection of tweets surrounding the speech.
This documents starts with New York state's Final Master Plan for John Boyd Thacher State Park and then has all figures that accompany the plan. After Figure 16B is the Master Plan Map and Trails Map for Thacher Park. The last and largest document is the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the master plan.
A copy of New Scotland's 2014 Adopted Budget, with a summary provided in the beginning. The second portion of the document includes individual worksheets providing a more detailed look at the budget.
Guilderland Police Department's transcription of the YouTube video "Guilderland sophomore rap" released to the media on Thursday, Nov. 21. Police redacted certain portions of the transcription that appear to be instances where students were named. WARNING: There is obscene content and profanity included in the attached document that may offend some people.
Community Caregivers formally announced on Wednesday, Oct. 30, that Kathy Burbank will serve as its executive director starting Monday, Nov. 18, The company in a press release said Burbank is "well-known for being devoted to the community" through her six-year tenure at the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce.
If you're looking to dig a little deeper into New Scotland's proposed budget for next year, the entire document is posted below. The beginning of the budget includes an opening message from Town Supervisor Tom Dolin. There are several worksheet pages included after the main budget documents.
If you're looking to get into the nitty-gritty of Albany County Executive Dan McCoy's proposed budget for next year, you can view the complete booklet. You might need to wait a minute for the large document to load and you can also download it.
The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has completed a draft master plan and draft environmental impact statement for John Boyd Thacher and Thompson Lake state parks. A public hearing plan will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1, at New Scotland Town Hall, which is located at 2029 New Scotland Road.