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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.

Mezza Notte wants to extend hours

GUILDERLAND — A flower-shop-turned-restaurant is looking to modify its operation after a year in business and the neighbors are still opposed.

Langevin says she’ll stay in community

By David S. Lewis

NEW SCOTLAND –Voorheesville’s school superintendent, Linda Langevin, announced her resignation last night, citing an illness in the family as the cause.  Her resignation will be effective as of Aug. 31. 

Three to run for two open seats

BERNE — This spring, three candidates will vie for two seats on the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board.  Both seats carry three-year terms.

ALBANY COUNTY — After a brushfire in Rensselaerville last Thursday, Albany County Executive Michael Breslin has declared a state of emergency and banned outdoor fires.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The town now has a new plan for spending. 

Will GCSD retain Girvin & Ferlazzo?

GUILDERLAND — The school board here will discuss on Tuesday whether or not to retain the legal services of Girvin & Ferlazzo.

Five run for three seats on GCSD board

GUILDERLAND — It’s a five-way race for three seats on the Guilderland School Board this spring and, once again, a parents’ group is squaring off against the teachers’ union with endorsements.

Board interviews candidates for top cop slot

GUILDERLAND — Five candidates have been interviewed for police chief and there are three more to go.

Man arrested on Route 20

GUILDERLAND — On Sunday evening, police say, Jonathan D. Brainard stood in the middle of Western Avenue near the Princetown line, wearing an Albany Police Department jacket and holding a can of beer in his hand.

Ever since Rodger Sample was a kid, he’s been enthralled with the instruments of war — the guns and Jeeps, the cannons and tanks.

“I’ve always been interested in military equipment,” he said. “I was 10 when World War II started.”

Planning board supports first country hamlet in Guilderland

 

GUILDERLAND — Weathered by the same desert sun as the minarets of Fallujah’s mosques, a Pennsylvania-made flag has come home to roost.

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