A job is a ticket to society. And people with jobs, part of a long line of immigrants enriching our nation over centuries, rather than relying on a social safety net, help to make it stronger — they contribute, which in turn protects others who need it.


The original masonry tower, located in the Northeastern Industrial Park, was built a half-century ago, according to David Messercola, and is no longer safe for burning drills.


On Friday, Sept. 22, the Guilderville girls’ swim team hosted the combined team of Schenectady/Colonie at Clayton A. Bouton high school. It all came down to the last event where Guilderville pulled out a 73-71 win.



They stood together at a press conference on Sept. 20, hosted by Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy who said, “It’s about taking a chance because what we’re doing isn’t working.”

New Scotland

The towns of Westerlo and Rensselaerville, and the village of Voorheesville, are all working to pull public grant money that will allow them to improve the safety and efficacy of their water districts. 


In a letter to the Westerlo Town Board this week, the town’s planning board chairman, Beau Loendorf, requested that the planning board be allowed oversight of the new firehouse project sought by the local volunteer fire department, which is believed to be immune to local zoning. 







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