Jim Ambrose put it succinctly and forcefully: “The healthcare industry needs to come up with a different paradigm,” he said. The industry, he correctly explained, is geared almost entirely toward “short-term traumatic disability: you break your arm, break your leg, and then it goes away.” It’s not geared toward caring for people with any long-term conditions, including paralysis, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy. That needs to change.


CM Fox Living Solutions LLC is looking to build 10 new homes on the 11 subdivided lots located on 13 acres of land bounded by Western Avenue, Schoharie Plank Road West, Gun Club Road, and Marian Court.


On Saturday, April 6, the Guilderland outdoor track team hosted the second annual frigid cup at home as roughly 600 student athletes kicked off the 2024 outdoor season. The girls won with 274 points and the boys with 165.50.



A person’s life can change in an instant when an accident or a surgery gone awry causes paralysis.

New Scotland

Machines could be seen in the village this past week digging along CSX’s rights-of-way and in the area of the Voorheesville Post Office between its parking lot and the railroad tracks, where a group of trees were felled. 


As Berne-Knox-Westerlo Superintendent Timothy Mundell laid out the district’s progress toward its next budget while the district waits on lawmakers to finalize a state budget, conversation centered around one of the few things the district can control at this point — whether or not to go ahead with its annual bus purchase.







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