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KNOX — Residents may soon be toting cameras and taking snapshots of what they think are the most beautiful vistas in town.


by Jarrett Carroll

GUILDERLAND — The man caught robbing banks in Albany and Guilderland was formally charged by the Guilderland Police.


BERNE — A complaint alleging that a Berne man repeatedly assaulted his 3-year-old daughter led to his arrest.



BERNE — After 35 years of directing transportation at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Alan Zuk is retiring.





GUILDERLAND — Summer is here and so are the construction projects.





GUILDERLAND - The school board is largely supportive of a $27 million proposal to renovate the district's five elementary schools, improve technology and safety, and build a new district office.

Guilderland School Board
Weisz, Dornbush at helm again



GUILDERLAND — For the first time in recent years, the school board chose its leaders in uncontested votes.

With Fresh Air Fund
City meets country and kids have fun



GUILDERLAND — Tom and Ginny Woods have welcomed a child — the same child — from New York City into their home for the last eight summers.

Over $6K owed
Village shuts off Fisher’s water again



ALTAMONT — Alice Fisher’s water is off again at her Gun Club Road home.

Seinberg and Son
Computers run in the family



ALTAMONT — Michael Seinberg is making a name for the third generation of computer men in his family with Seinberg and Son Macintosh Consultants, LLC.




NEW SCOTLAND – Elizabeth Brundage wrote her first novel on a yellow legal pad when she was 12 years old. She wanted to solve the problems of her troubled brother, she said. "One way to do that was on paper."

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