Anne Hayden Harwood

“It is always good when we approve a contract before the end of the year,” Supervisor Kenneth Runion said, "because then we don’t have to do anything retroactively.” He also said some of the changes would result in cost benefits to the town.

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GUILDERLAND — An inspection of a CSX Mainline Track between Schenectady and Selkirk last week revealed a faulty switch on a line running through the Northeastern Industrial Park.

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James Verseput, one of the owners of Mill Hollow, said he did not see a conflict of interest with having the town’s senior program located at a privately-owned senior-housing complex.

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The town board put off making a decision on the rezone on Western Avenue, again.

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McKownville residents are afraid a medical building would detract from the residential feel of their area.

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GUILDERLAND — Joshua Bojkovic, who was arrested in March for selling drugs out of a motel office, pleaded guilty, on Dec. 4, to felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, in Albany County Court.

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Regulations handed down from the federal and state governments are changing the way sexual assaults are handled on college campuses. The goal is to strengthen the rights of victims and improve crime reporting and transparency.

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.

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GUILDERLAND — Five panelists at a heroin and opiate education forum on Wednesday agreed that the war on drugs is being lost and the biggest problems are with prevention and treatment.

The Christmas we know today is rooted in a myriad of different cultures, and features a variety of traditions from throughout history, all blended together to form the modern holiday we celebrate.

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