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ALBANY COUNTY — Although Albany County Democrats currently have a leader, there is no consensus on whether or not he was rightfully chosen for the job.





GUILDERLAND — Gregory Aidala announced Tuesday night that he will retire next November after seven years as the superintendent of the Guilderland schools.





GUILDERLAND — The town is seeking outside counsel as it considers a suit against a local developer.

Author to speak at G’land Library
Rising Tide is Shaara’s novel approach to WWII







VOORHEESVILLE – Students at Clayton A. Bouton High are learning more than just English, mathematics, and history – they are learning about appropriate attire for the working world.


the Guilzon family wants to "shrine mercy on people crying out in the desert"






RENSSELAERVILLE — Can a town give away supplies or services to its residents"

‘A legend on the Hill’
Morris Willsey, farmer and mechanic, dies at 79



BERNE — When Morris Willsey died on Saturday, part of a way of life died with him.

Mohawk traditions
Tarbell brings ancestors into better light







GUILDERLAND — Preliminary reports cite speed and alcohol as possible factors in Friday’s fatal two-car crash on Western Avenue, but the investigation is still ongoing according to police.





GUILDERLAND — A Schenectady man now sits behind bars after police say he violently attacked clinic employees Wednesday night at Executive Park in McKownville.





GUILDERLAND — The town that stopped construction on the Cox family’s torn-up house will now let them proceed.





GUILDERLAND — Catholic Charities Caregivers Support Services has a simple mission: Help families help themselves.





GUILDERLAND — While a veteran bus driver here is concerned about student drivers crashing into buses, Guilderland administrators say they are pro-active in heading off problems.

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