GUILDERLAND — A controversial consultant’s report led to a collegial forum on Nov. 19 as 74 district residents participated in the first summit on the future of Guilderland schools.

“We’re kind of running out of ideas for how we close revenue gaps,” Superintendent Marie Wiles told the crowd, assembled at the new Tech Valley High School on the southeast edge of the district. “That’s, frankly, why we’re here,” she said.

“We want to ask the question that is the elephant in the room,” Wiles went on.

Opinion

Learning about our culture, and teaching our youth their history, can help them to not only understand the past but shape a more humane society.

Guilderland

Charles Carrow is encouraging the Guilderland Town Board to extend the zoning for general business so that a Cumberland Farms can be built at the intersection of routes 146 and 20.

New Scotland

After months of neighbors' petitions and planning board delays,  Lauren Bachner had her kennel and dog-day care approved last week in a split vote.

Sports

There are plenty of new faces for the Guilderland basketball team — including the head coach — but the foundation doesn't have to be rebuilt.  

Hilltowns

The musical comedy set in Ancient Rome will be performed at Berne-Knox-Westerlo on Nov. 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. and on the 23rd at 3 p.m.

Regional

The study commissioned by the county comptroller's office is using an advisory committee, hoping to avoid the perception of an imposition.