Melissa Hale-Spencer

After two years of sometimes difficult negotiations, the Guilderland Employees' Association and the school district cleared the hurdle of an impasse to agree on a four-year contract.

Battles leave scars that sometimes aren't seen. The American Legion Riders are hosting a poker run to raise funds for the Wounded Warriors Project, which helps veterans with both mental and physical ailments.

Carol M. Kaelin died last week but her words, many of them published in The Enterprise, will live on.

The first hearing on Thacher's inaugural master plan elicited kudos and concerns, the most troubling from a geologist who said building a visitors' center close to the edge of the escarpment is unwise.

ALTAMONT — Marie McMillen got a different perspective on the Altamont Fair — her life’s work — when she saw it on the big screen.

Deadline to enter is Aug. 3. Contestants must be residents of Albany, Schenectady, or Greene counties. 

Guilderland's newest high school assistant principal comes from Niskayuna, where she created a course in sports literature.

A schoolhouse suits John Curley as he began and ended his long career in education as a teacher. Now he is the director of the Feura Bush Neighborhood Library, which is housed in a quaint old one-room schoolhouse.

Rebecca Gleason combines things she likes — such as teaching sports lit. The former English teacher and athlete has broadened her reach as a school administrator and in August will begin a new job as an assistant principal at Guilderland High School.

Her first library card is lost but the retiring director of the public library has kept all the others and will be issuing new ones to youngsters like she once was, eager readers.

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