Opinion

As the world faces a food crisis in the not-too-distant future and is currently in the midst of a climate crisis, it would be wise to look at plant production as an alternative to animals for our nutrients.

Guilderland

The lion’s share of the library’s budget — close to $3 million — is for salaries and benefits; this is $80,500 less than the current year because of a reduction in the state’s retirement system billing.

Sports

The Guilderland girls’ lacrosse team hosted the Suburban Council foe Columbia on May 10. In the first half, the Dutch and Blue Devils traded goals. Once the Dutch came out of halftime, their defense stiffened  and they won 12 to 4.

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Regional

When Governor Kathy Hochul on Sunday afternoon, May 8, tweeted that she had tested positive for the virus — “Thankfully, I’m vaccinated and boosted, and I’m asymptomatic,” she posted — her followers were divided in their advice and remonstrances.

New Scotland

Changes are coming to the area of town known as the New Scotland Hamlet. 

Hilltowns

Assemblyman Chris Tague, of District 102, wants New York schools to offer whole and 2-percent milk to students to, essentially, ensure that they drink milk at all. Higher-fat milks are currently restricted by federal law because milk fats have been linked to higher levels of so-called “bad” cholesterol, which in turn is linked to heart disease. 

 

 

 

 

 

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