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GUILDERLAND — First Columbia’s plans for a new nursing home at Mercycare Lane off of Western Avenue were easily approved last Wednesday.

GUILDERLAND — The Albany County District Attorney’s office voiced its outrage this week that driving-while-intoxicated evidence, after a Delhi college police officer was arrested in Guilderland, was not heard.

GUILDERLAND — Two Guilderland men were involved in unrelated crashes Sunday and were both arrested for driving while intoxicated.

GUILDERLAND — When Dan White was a child, a multi-volume history of World War I was always a presence in his living room.

ALTAMONT — Antonio Ferraioli, formerly a leader of Altamont’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, was arrested this month on a felony charge — offering and filing a false instrument.

Altamont committee recommends water for senior housing complex
waits until source is proven

NEW SCOTLAND — Budget workshops for a proposed $4.7 million plan saw some "serious disagreements over pay and responsibilities of the staff," Supervisor Ed Clark said mid-month between sessions. He predicted more "fireworks" as the process proceeded.

KNOX—The Knox Democrats are hoping this town election will go more smoothly than the last one. The Republicans are looking to gain more ground.

RENSSELAERVILLE — In the only Hilltown where Republicans have historically had a significant presence in the town government, a first-time office-seeker is battling a political veteran to replace the current supervisor.

BERNE—In Berne, several incumbents are seeking reelection in unopposed races.

— Nicole Fay Barr

KNOX — Justin T. Landauer pleaded guilty in county court Tuesday to second-degree manslaughter and driving while intoxicated, after a June crash killed a Binghamton professor, Gary Lehmann.

Mall crimeHow effective is Crossgates curfew"

GUILDERLAND — How effective has Crossgates Mall’s age policy been in reducing crime"