Melissa Hale-Spencer

Perhaps feeling the pressure of several years of budget cuts, the formerly cohesive Guilderland School board, functioning under new leadership, has been deeply divided on small issues of pay.

Detailed plans haven't been drawn up yet, but David Messercola, chairman of the board of fire commissioners, expects construction will begin next summer.

A next-generation artist, Kris Hauser, has honored one of the founding mothers of the Heldeberg Workshop, Jean Johnson, with a sculpture of her iconic emblem, now rooted on the land.

A center to educate visitors about the natural wonders of the Helderbergs is a grand idea and a worthwhile draw but we must avoid the irony and tragedy of an unsafe building for want of secure underpinnings.

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. 

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