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Melissa Hale-Spencer

For the ninth time, Enterprise editor Melissa Hale-Spencer was recognized among the best opinion writers in the weekly press.

GUILDERLAND — As the July 26 Democratic caucus for town justice approaches, supporters of Bryan Clenahan and supporters of Christine Napierski are both raising problems with the competing candidate.

GUILDERLAND — On July 9, Dennis Grant was interrupted by a homeowner and her children “as he was actively stealing property in their residence,” according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.

Just 7 years old, Ben Longale has endured and overcome more disease and disorder than any two people 10 times his age.

After a number of abstentions stalled appointment of a board member’s wife as a substitute teacher, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board appointed Carli Elble with four votes in favor and only one abstention from her husband.

The Albany County Legislature passed a bill that would ban “conversion therapy” for minors.

BETHLEHEM — Wendy M. Downey, 58, of Castleton faces felony charges after, police say, she tried to run down an officer who was attempting to arrest her for shoplifting.

The Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board will decide early Thursday morning if Carli Elble will be appointed to teach at the elementary school for a year while the Dergositses take a combined parental leave.

About 20 homes in the area of Crow Ridge Road were briefly without water on Saturday and Monday due to a water-main break.

When Joy Hamlin visited a family of refugees from war-torn Myanmar living in Albany’s Arbor Hill, “She found them huddled in the middle of a room, freezing to death,” said her husband, Shawn.

GUILDERLAND — The father of town Justice Christine Napierski has a paid ad in this week’s Enterprise extolling his daughter’s virtues as a law-firm partner and judge. In the “Dear Neighbor” open letter, Eugene E.

GUIILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board settled a number of tax certiorari cases in June that had been hung up in the courts for years, according to the town’s assessor, Karen Van Wagenen.

An Independence Day motorcycle ride in the Hilltowns for a young and “highly regarded” Albany Police officer ended with a fatal crash.

On opening weekend of June 24th, the Foxenkill tavern reopens in Berne.