ALBANY COUNTY — Countywide, residents will cast their votes in several elections.

For Albany County Court judge, William T. Little is running unopposed on the Democratic and Working Families party lines.

For State Supreme Court justice in the 3rd Judicial District, residents can vote for up to three of three candidates: Keven R. Bryant, Laura M. Jordan, and David M. Gandin — all running on the Democratic and Working Families party lines.




“Where inequalities and injustices exist, monuments often perpetuate them.”


On Tuesday morning, Oct. 19, the Guilderland Dutch tennis team fielded two doubles teams and had two singles at the Section 2 individual sectionals held at Central Park tennis courts in Schenectady.



The infection rate in Albany County is five times higher now than it was a year ago, said Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy. “It’s alarming going into the winter season,” he said. McCoy said he was making a plea, reluctant to issue executive orders. But, if numbers continue to rise, he said on Monday, “There’s measures I will take.”

New Scotland

The Facebook page of the Town of New Scotland Republican Committee shared a post on Jan. 6 from Republican Congressional candidate Liz Joy that called the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol “very peaceful & kind.” Joy wrote that “Everyone there was law abiding,” and sought to blame the day’s violence on left-wing activists. 


Jason Rauf

Rensselaerville Deputy Supervisor Jason Rauf, a Republican, is running for highway superintendent in an uncontested race. He will replace superintendent Randy Bates, who is not seeking re-election.