Anne Hayden Harwood

The daughter of a resident called a Guilderland Center Nursing Home administrator and explained her concerns, she said, but received no explanations and no information.

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Thomas registered a blood alcohol content of .21 on a chemical test.

“Everything was 100 percent,” said Steve Oliver, highway superintendent. “We are still not really sure about the how, what, and why of the accident.”

Rick Georgeson, a representative for DEC Region 4, said, on Wednesday, that the spill had been caused by “a problem with the electric generation equipment at the hydroelectric dam” for the Watervliet Reservoir.

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GUILDERLAND — The United States Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for cleaning up formerly used defense sites, is seeking community interest in forming a restoration advisory board for the former Army Depot located where the Northeastern Industrial Park is now located.

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GUILDERLAND — A Queensbury man with business dealings in Guilderland was arrested last week for allegedly stealing over $1 million from investors.

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Rosemary Centi has worked as Guilderland's town clerk and David Cardona has been a village trustee and a chief court clerk.

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GUILDERLAND — Employees of the nursing home in Guilderland Center picketed along Route 146 on Wednesday afternoon, crying out for justice and demanding to be reimbursed the money they say their employer owes them.

“What do we want?” chanted a young man with a bullhorn.

“Justice!” cried the two-dozen picketers.

GUILDERLAND — A Troy man was sentenced to one year in Albany County’s jail on Friday for driving with a suspended license due to an alcohol-related offense.

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Democratic town board member Brian Forte, rebuffed by his party, heads the GOP slate as  candidate for supervisor.

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