GUILDERLAND — Just before 7 a.m. last Thursday morning, a woman drove her sport utility vehicle along Route 20 from the intersection with Schoolhouse Road to 1769 Western Ave. with a man on its hood.

The driver, Nancy Ware, 73, and the 57-year-old man on the hood, Michael Tybur, were both terrified on the less-than-two-mile stretch.

“I was flabbergasted at the whole situation and the way it played out,” said Ware.

“I was fighting for my life,” said Tybur this week.

Opinion

The Haudenosaunee — Builders of the Longhouse — have a belief that no person is entitled to own land; rather we are caretakers for future generations.

Guilderland

Lisa Knowles, her high school's valedictorian, has high expectations not only for herself but for the special-needs students she oversees.

New Scotland

After years of accidents at Meads Corners, the DOT has finally made some minor safety improvements with larger stop signs at the intersection.

Sports

It has been a bit of a struggle so far for the Schoburg football team.

Hilltowns

Conservation easements on the property will limit the town's primary use to a few dozen acres among nearly 360. Town officials hope the land will be a source of jobs for residents and revenue to the town.

Regional

Charles Giglio teaches life when he teaches Latin.

“I try to link the present and the past,” he said; that includes “philosophy, theology, medicine, law, art, and architecture.”