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GUILDERLAND — A man arrested this week for trying to send indecent material to a minor had worked at area schools, including Guilderland, as a substitute teacher.

By Zach Simeone

BERNE — Berne-Knox-Westerlo will pay close to $30,000 to clean up the vandalism by four seniors in June, but district residents will not have to foot the bill, according to Superintendent Paul Dorward.

ALTAMONT — As the packed midway started to empty out on Friday night, word of a man with a gun spread quickly through the crowd.

GCSD board wants to know:
Will community accept changes proposed for special education?

EAST BERNE — Rebecca Kryzak is a generalist and proud of it.

GUILDERLAND — The town board appointed a new Guilderland police officer on Tuesday night.

Town board members spur over logged hours

GUILDERLAND — Republican town board members are questioning the work logs of some elected and appointed officials.

By Zach Simeone

HILLTOWNS — Hilltowner Deborah Busch wants to oust New York State Assemblyman John “Jack” McEneny in the fall election, and has successfully petitioned for the Tax Payer Party line.

ALTAMONT — When Anthony Salerno’s name didn’t appear on the list of those who had passed the required Civil Service exam for public safety commissioner, the village had 60 days to find his replacement.

GUILDERLAND — Eight years ago, doctors told Sue Scheerbarth she’d never be able to talk again.

Twenty-one years ago, they told Bob DeSormeau it was unlikely he’d ever be able to return to work.

GUILDERLAND — Irene Siebert, a quiet and gentle woman, had a quiet celebration for her 103rd birthday on Tuesday.

She was born in Albany on Aug. 17, 1907 and grew up on a farm on Pine Lane off of Rapp Road.