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The shared decision-making teams that will discuss the district code of conduct are scheduled to meet on July 20 and July 30.

Niaz Goodbee, a 2018 graduate of Clayton A. Bouton High School in Voorheesville, this year became the first African American to reach the rank of Eagle from Voorheesville’s Troop 73 of the Boy Scouts of America.

ALBANY – Thomas Lagan, a financial advisor and lawyer who worked with former Guilderland town justice Richard Sherwood, was indicted by a grand jury for a scheme in which he and Sherwood plundered over $9 million from family trusts they were responsible for overseeing, according to an announcement on July 3 by New York Attorney General

GUILDERLAND — A minute before midnight on June 30, John Seminary of 3771 Western Turnpike in Guilderland fired a gun during the course of a domestic dispute in his home, according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.

The library handed out more than 100 of the new cards on June 28, the first day of the library’s summer reading program, according to library Director Timothy Wiles.

If the governor signs the bill into law, the Pine Bush Commission will be able to move more quickly to purchase undeveloped properties.

H. Rose Schneider

H. Rose Schneider, who covers the Helderberg Hilltowns for The Altamont Enterprise, has been named a fellow for the 2018 John Jay Reporting Fellowship on Rural Justice.

The Voorheesville Central School District has asked the court to throw out a claim of defamation made by the former girls’ varsity basketball coach, Robert Baron.