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NEW SCOTLAND — A recent lawsuit challenging plans for a large-scale residential development has been granted in part, but mostly dismissed in a decision that favored the town.

GUILDERLAND — Michael Marcelle will be briefly at the helm of the Dutchman ship if all goes as charted.

By Zach Simeone

WESTERLO — The town has secured a canvas on which to paint a new town hall.

GCSD considers taking religion out of its holidays

GUILDERLAND — What religious holidays, if any, should the school district include on the calendars it sends to students’ homes?

New super
BKW moves forward with Dr. Dorward

GUILDERLAND — David Morin, owner of DWM Kitchens, has been arrested by the Guilderland Police, after he collected over $164,325.56 from multiple clients, and failed to order or deliver their supplies.

By Zach Simeone

John Prastio, a former Hilltowner, will be honored this Memorial Day for his three tours in Vietnam, for which he received three Purple Hearts.

Town board changes law to accommodate developer

GUILDERLAND — In a split vote on Tuesday, the town board changed a local law to meet a developer’s request for a senior housing project that has been in the works for nearly two decades.

GUILDERLAND — Amy Martin believes in inquiry learning, where the kids are the driving force.

Budget defeated, as budget supporters win in a landslide

By Zach Simeone

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