GUILDERLAND — There are more than nine months to go before the next town election, and speculation is already running high in Guilderland.

Supervisor Kenneth Runion, a Democrat, is currently serving his eighth two-year term, and there have been rumblings that he will not be running again.

Brian Forte, retired Guilderland Police officer and current town board member, told The Enterprise on Tuesday that he was “definitely considering” making a run for supervisor, after serving as a councilman for four years.


Jamie Mullins's baby was born prematurely and was too fragile to hold, so she bonded by reading to him and is now collecting books for other parents of preemies.


"There is a lot of love in our houses," Living Resources Executive Director Fred Erlich told the Guilderland Town Board of the not-for-profit's group homes.

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Leadership is changing in the school district as the superintendent retires and the middle-school principal becomes the business administrator.


Guilderland's unbeaten season was derailed by Shenendehowa.


In the wake of 5-year-old Kenneth White's murder, relatives are battling in court, unsuccessfully, to care for his two young sisters who remain in the county's custody.


The filmmaking brothers from Altamont, Frank and Zach Appio, will compete against their RPI professor in the competition.