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While the film “Very Young Girls” portrays girls soliciting on the street, a Capital Region expert on sex trafficking said, “What we see locally is all the marketing on social media.”

Richard Sherwood

GUILDERLAND — On Tuesday, the state’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, suspended Richard J. Sherwood from the office of justice of Guilderland Town Court. The court ordered that he be suspended immediately with pay.

Richard Sherwood

Guilderland town judge Richard J. Sherwood and financial advisor Thomas Lagan were arrested Friday on felony charges, including grand larceny and scheme to defraud, following an investigation by the New York State Attorney General’s Office, which says they stole $4 million from trusts they oversaw.

On Thursday, Feb. 22, the Altamont Board of Trustees was presented with the village’s first draft of next year’s budget for $2.1 million.

Bozenkill Corridor

Altamont residents Don and Donna Kelly’s donation of 30 acres of land to the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy links together Wolf Creek Falls Preserve in Knox with the rest of the Bozenkill Conservation Corridor.

ID-spoofing lets callers masquerade as someone else.

Two of Guilderland’s longest-established golf courses are closing.

GUILDERLAND — Who better to demonstrate to children that there is joy to be found in playing musical instruments than other, older kids?

While the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society describes fee increases for towns it has contracts with as moderate, the Hilltowns are seeking other options for sheltering stray dogs.

The Berne highway superintendent asked the town board to address concerns with roadwork to him directly. Board members responded that they had the right to discuss these issues on their own.

The New Scotland Town Board is delaying a vote on the proposed creation of a hamlet zoning district after receiving mostly negative feedback from a familiar few.

The garage was a shell, but no one was injured, according to firefighters.

David A. Mazzeo used money he got from scams to pay off victims of earlier scams, a jury heard before convicting him.

The school district already owns the land on which the Guilderland Public Library stands. Now it also owns two vacant lots next door.