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By Zach Simeone

VOORHEESVILLE — As more money comes in to the village, water is contributing less and less to that flow.

WESTERLO — The town’s planning board now has a new leader. 

KNOX — A farm on Ketcham Road that provides food for the hungry is continuing to grow.   

KNOX — Earl Barcomb chaired the town’s zoning board with the precision of an engineer and the empathy of a man who knows how to listen. 

GUILDERLAND — Two candidates — Vishnu Chaturvedi and John Daly — will be on the ballot on May 20 for library trustee. Three seats are open on the 11-member board and a third candidate, Michael Fox, has launched a write-in campaign.

Guilderland library may double in size

GUILDERLAND — The library trustees unanimously supported plans to renovate the Guilderland Public Library and nearly double its size. The cost could range from $11 million to $12 million.

Guilderland library may double in size

GUILDERLAND — The library trustees unanimously supported plans to renovate the Guilderland Public Library and nearly double its size. The cost could range from $11 million to $12 million.

GUILDERLAND — As the library trustees plan to expand and renovate their building, they have proposed a $3 million budget for next year where the largest increase is for planning that expansion.

GUILDERLAND — Two candidates — Vishnu Chaturvedi and John Daly — will be on the ballot on May 20 for library trustee. Three seats are open on the 11-member board and a third candidate, Michael Fox, has launched a write-in campaign.

Search for top cop narrowed to three

GUILDERLAND — A field of eight has been narrowed to three in the race for police chief of this suburban town.

The Guilderland Ballet turns forty years old

GUILDERLAND — Jane De Rook didn’t learn to love dance in Europe.

GUILDERLAND — “They’re my babies,” says Jessica Breitenbach.

She is talking about children who live on the other side of the world in the African bush of Namibia.

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