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Going Out for horns & drums
A night for the children done by the town band



GUILDERLAND — Making music takes passion and perseverance.

Silence is not Golden
Website riles school board



GUILDERLAND — Last Tuesday’s school board meeting began with a citizen’s call for civility and ended with a board discussion on ethics and free speech.





GUILDERLAND — A man wanted for bank robberies in Albany and Guilderland was arrested on Sunday by Albany Police.


ALBANY COUNTY — Mosquito season is here. As the county starts applying larvicide, it asks residents to report birds that have died in the past 24 hours — crows in particular.

In New Scotland
Dems and GOP faceoff with full slates



NEW SCOTLAND – The race is heating up in New Scotland – Republicans and Democrats have announced their party’s candidates for the town’s November elections.




VOORHEESVILLE – Jimmy Pincheon is a happy, "do-anything-for-anybody kind of kid," says his mother, Stephanie Pincheon.





VOORHEESVILLE — After some debate, the Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service has agreed to look into charging patients for service.





WESTERLO — The town board and newly created planning board are at odds over who should write a master plan for land use.



BERNE — On July 7, on Family Day, area residents will celebrate community at the Berne town park.

Westervelt wallows in prison, maintaining his innocence as he re-works his case



DANNAMORA — Erick Westervelt is haunted by a cigarette butt.

Westervelt’s family:
"We know where he was that night"

Westervelt appealsClaims "trickery" by Bethlehem Police





VOORHEESVILLE – Bob King, of Feura Bush, is a regular blood donor.





NEW SCOTLAND – When Jerome Shedd was young, he used to watch Leonard Bernstein on television, said his father, Bob Shedd.



NEW SCOTLAND – With intense development pressure pushing against the Northeast Quadrant, concerns about maintaining rural character in the town contrast those about obtaining municipal water.

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