The theme of this year’s anti-hate rally was “Diversity Is Our Strength.” To build that strength, not just in our schools but in our world at large, we need to understand and be sensitive to the history and heritage of others living in these United States.


“This certification comes at an opportune time as the Town is in the process of updating the comprehensive plan and determining how we want our community to grow over the next 10 to 20 years,” said Kenneth Kovalchik.


This past weekend, June 13 to 16, members from Guilderland and Voorheesville track teams traveled to Philadelphia for the New Balance Nationals being held at Franklin Field on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.



For Albany County Legislator Carolyn McLaughlin, the 250th anniversary is about unity and education. “When I look at things” she said, “I try to see the intersection across communities and this is something we can all be proud about and the opportunity to educate, educate, educate is foremost in my mind.”

New Scotland

Orens sustained the injury on June 11, estimating he was between a quarter-and half-mile from Picard Road, heading from Altamont toward Voorheesville. 


In a 3-to-2 vote, the Westerlo Town Board got rid of the town’s planning board — which Supervisor Matt Kryzak has described as “rogue” — despite opposition from residents and the Albany County Planning Board.







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