These days, each one of us, as citizens, have to be on our guard to see that the United States’ great experiment in democracy succeeds. It seems it would be easy in a small town for those representing the people to be attuned to their needs.


Of the guns collected in Guilderland on Saturday, Albany County legislator Dustin Reidy said that four or five had scratched-off serial numbers and a handful were illegal. “There was a sawed-off shotgun that was brought in,” Reidy said.


On Friday, Jan. 27, Guilderland’s Aniella Kennedy was one of over 200 female wrestlers to compete in the first-ever all girls New York State Public High School Athletic Association wrestling invitational. Kennedy competed in the 138-pound weight class where she finished fourth.



In its draft climate resiliency plan published earlier this month, Albany County offers an inventory of its various assets, how those assets are threatened by climate change, and what steps it and its municipalities should take to stem and defend against those threats.

New Scotland

In November, area residents came to the Voorheesville firehouse to voice their concerns over losing access to Route 719. This week, the Capital District Transportation Authority announced a two-phase plan that will bring a large portion of the route back into service. 


After Albany County withdrew its offer to purchase Switzkill Farm in Berne because it became apparent that the property needed substantial investment, it offered to help “secure” the buildings on the property to prevent further deterioration while the county focused on other projects, according to county spokeswoman Mary Rozak, but Berne officials “didn’t want any part of that.” 







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