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A corrections officer was killed on June 26 because the breakdown lane on Interstate 88 wasn’t wide enough to accommodate another driver’s disabled vehicle.

No one has been charged in the fatal accident.

Salerno loses post
Fails to pass or take Civil Service exam

ALTAMONT — Altamont will have to look for a new public safety commissioner.

O’Connell says to re-appoint Genzano

GUILDERLAND — The school board agreed last week that, when its eight current members reorganize on July 6, they will work out a process to appoint a new member, rather than hold a special election.

NEW SCOTLAND — An early morning train accident on Friday left two teenagers with cuts and bruises, according to the State Police.

At a pro-marijuana rally at the State Capitol building last week, gubernatorial candidate Warren Redlich spoke in favor of ending the prohibition on marijuana.

Jackson missing since June 13

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Police have been investigating the disappearance of Steven Jackson for over two weeks.

Tests show air quality at Westmere not affected

GUILDERLAND — Summer vacation started a day early for students at Westmere Elementary School.

MEDUSA — The schoolhouse may be crumbling but the memories of the scholars who once studied there are still solid.

By Zach Simeone

WESTERLO — A fire at the Leaning Evergreen trailer park on Route 85 in Berne brought in both of the town’s fire departments, as well as Westerlo’s.

An old-fashioned community center with a new business model

By Zach Simeone

ALTAMONT — Sodden, dusty summer days are too soft to carry stories of creation.  Those stories rest on the heft of blankets and sharp, cold winter air.

NEW SCOTLAND — A section of Krumkill Road straddling the Normans Kill will close this Friday, June 25.

Making the grade
State cuts some tests, adds others to rate teachers

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