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NEW SCOTLAND — One further candidate will appear on November’s ballot after winning a court challenge to the New Scotland FIRST party line.

GUILDERLAND — The town and the state both want Robert Ciembrowniewicz to clean up his massive piles of junk, which could be polluting Guilderland’s drinking water.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland police have switched their stance on raising concerns over public safety.

O’Malley for receiver of Taxes

BERNE — Gerald O’Malley, the chairman of Berne’s Democratic Committee, has been Berne’s receiver of taxes for 19 years and is unopposed again in this election.

Pension hike covered?

GUILDERLAND — The Democratic supervisor says he’s created a fair budget for next year, but his Republican foe says it’s a sham to get the supervisor re-elected.

Motschmann for assessor

 BERNE — Robert Motschmann, a Democrat, is unopposed for assessor.

Berne has three part-time assessors, and Motschmann has held the job for 12 years, three four-year terms.

Two steps down in a small windowless gallery on Phila Street in Saratoga Springs, Voorheesville resident Sandra Telletier hosted her first nonagenarian art show this past Sunday.

Dems’ Chase seeks 4th term

RENSSELAERVILLE — G. Jon Chase, a Democrat, has been Renselaerville’s highway superintendent since 1998.

By Zach Simeone

BERNE — Longtime Town Clerk Patricia Favreau is unopposed this year, for a post she has held since 1980. She is also the town’s deputy tax collector and marriage officer.

By Zach Simeone

BERNE — Democratic judges Kenneth Bunzey and Albert E. Raymond III will not be challenged for their seats on the bench this year.

Save the Pine Bush wins standing

ALBANY COUNTY — Save the Pine Bush has won a case in the state’s highest court that will have impacts across New York State.

GHS over the moon about Ludwig’s comedy

GUILDERLAND — “Think of all the joy you bring to people out there in the darkness,” says George Hay to his wife, Charlotte.

GUILDERLAND — Sometimes wishes come true.

Projects that a facilities committee planning school upgrades had referred to as a “wish list” two years ago may soon become a reality.

GOP’s Rapp and Dems’ Weaver vie for super

By Zach Simeone

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