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Should town and gown formalize relationship?

GUILDERLAND — Most of the school board likes the idea of formalizing relationships with the town of Guilderland but the town supervisor warns it could turn into a mess.

By Zach Simeone

VOORHEESVILLE — Residents outside the village who purchase Voorheesville water and are behind in their bills now have to pay sooner, or they face having their water service cut off.

Sewer project moves forward

BERNE — The town’s sewer project is moving forward but this month some who are involved in the project raised questions.  

By David S. Lewis

NEW SCOTLAND – Public uproar over a developer’s plan to build a big-box mall led the town board to adopt a six-month moratorium on commercial building over 30,000 square foot.

By David S. Lewis

VOORHEESVILLE – The cast-stone ornaments are cracked and deteriorating above the main entrance to Voorheesville’s elementary school, but school officials say there is no danger to the students passing underneath.

By David S. Lewis

VOORHEESVILLE – “Poetry makes nothing happen.  It survives in the valley of its saying,” according to the English poet W. H. Auden.

Following AG’s opinion, semantics ensue

RENSSELAERVILLE — Rensselaerville residents and officials disagreed this month over an opinion handed down by the state’s Attorney General’s office.


At BKW, victors are Sikule and O’Connor

New requirements for Berne planners and zoners

GCSD voters pass $84M budget in landslide

GUILDERLAND — Voters here passed school and library budgets by a landslide on Tuesday and ousted an incumbent school board member.

GUILDERLAND — Four weeks ago, John Adamovich lost his job. 

Two weeks ago, Supervisor Kenneth Runion said that the position was cut to save money in tough economic times. 

GUILDERLAND — Once dry, the town’s rural west end is closer to having municipal water service.

Twelve GCSD employees honored, applauded

GUILDERLAND — For the 31st year, the school board here honored some of its most outstanding workers, nominated by their colleagues and selected by a committee of their peers.

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