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Guilty plea
Coffey admits to raping two women

GUILDERLAND — Robert Coffey has admitted to raping two Guilderland women. He made the plea on Tuesday in Albany County Court, and he is now facing 25 years in prison.

GUILDERLAND — A Key Bank manager was arrested on May 4 for stealing $20,000 from the bank’s vault while she was working.

Parent rallies for AP computer course

GUILDERLAND — The mother of a Guilderland High School sophomore is disappointed her son won’t be able to take an Advanced Placement class in computer programming next year.

GUILDERLAND — They spoke words of joy and of love. They spoke words of fear and of sorrow. They spoke words of hope — of today and of tomorrow.

Another prize-winning documentary
Gerety, Rho, and Wells return to nationals

Through the eyes of a Guilderland student
Understanding where Ghandi came from and what shaped him before he shaped the world

Moratorium on the horizon for the Northeast "

Manager leaves, Mobil Mart to re-open

By Michelle O’Riley

KNOX — Most older people move south, from New York to Florida. Paul Schneider went in the other direction to give two of his daughters the opportunity of a lifetime: to run their own fine-dining restaurant.

Miller mourned"Lived every single moment to the fullest"

By Michelle O’Riley

WESTERLO — This month, the town board approved the revision of current policy for overtime pay for town employees.

ALBANY — A new study urges area business leaders to learn from the experience of another state capital.

Arrest ‘destroyed good portion’ of Wang’s life