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GUILDERLAND — For those of you who love your pets, but don’t love to clean up the messes they leave behind, help is only a phone call away.

$79M budget proposal
Super says he’ll keep tax hike under 5%

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland residents who support the school district’s $79 million budget proposal for next year and those who oppose it both point out that the 75 percent spent on salaries and benefits is not immovable.

Concerns about traffic, wildlife raised

GUILDERLAND — A 75-lot subdivision is being proposed for 214 acres that stretch across town lines from Guilderland into New Scotland.

ALTAMONT — Before he does anything, the new pastor at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Altamont said, he needs to learn the names and faces of his congregants.

NEW SCOTLAND — A small purposeful brush fire got out of control Tuesday morning, and three fire crews were called in to manage the blaze as it crept toward a house on Route 156.

Mattress humor will have audience laughing all the way to bed

VOORHEESVILLE — A kingdom that is sexually frustrated and romantically on hold is the setting of this year’s spring musical at Clayton A. Bouton High School.

"A little Paris in Voorheesville"
Lussier’s dream transcends place

By Michelle O’Riley

VOORHEESVILLE — Donna Lussier, a Voorheesville resident, has brought a bit of France, with its elegance and cultured pace, to her hometown.

GUILDERLAND — Michael Hanley sounded humble this week after being praised as a hero last week for helping to save his neighbors from their burning home.

GUILDERLAND — No charges were brought against a Guilderland man who hit a pedestrian on Western Avenue last Friday, putting an Albany man in the hospital, according to Guilderland Police.

and Jarrett Carroll

GUILDERLAND — Jun Wang lost his job this week and may soon lose his Guilderland home.

GPD’s Govel pulls elderly pair from fire

GUILDERLAND — Two elderly residents were pulled through the window of a burning house at 464 Church Rd. by a Guilderland Police officer yesterday morning.

In split vote
Over neighbor’s objections, zoning board approves variance for restaurant