Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Most of the Guilderland students on the winning teams are freshmen.

GUILDERLAND — Astral Journeys Center, a new business at 1811 Western Ave. in Guilderland, is owned by Christine Seebold, who has been a medium, she says, since she was 2.

“I would predict things and they would come true,” she said.

Hurst Road is a secluded, two-lane, mostly rural byway that links Altamont to Guilderland Center.

Steve Oliver

GUILDERLAND — Town highway Superintendent Steve Oliver said on Monday that he plans to retire soon. “I’ve been doing this a long time,” he said. “It’s time to go out and start exploring on my motorcycle a little more and spending a little more time with the grandkids, while I’ve still got my health.”

Four posts are open on Guilderland’s board of education, and almost all members who are up for re-election are unsure if they will run.

Timothy Horan

GUILDERLAND — A lawsuit brought last May in federal court against Timothy Horan — a retired teacher turned school board member — and the Guilderland School District has been settled with a payment of $117,500, court documents show.

Flickering lights were the first sign that something was wrong, said Superintendent Marie Wiles.

Dina Zuckerberg of myFace

Representatives from myFace, a not-for-profit organization in New York City that helps people with craniofacial conditions, spoke to Westmere Elementary’s fifth-graders recently, after the students had read the novel and watched the movie “Wonder,” about a fifth-grade boy who feels isolated by his craniofacial condition.

The Albany County Auction website lists these Guilderland properties as being “delinquent” although many have actually paid their back taxes:

— 1717 Western Ave., Albany Diamond Center: Owned by Lisa O’Brien, paid in full on Feb. 28, 2018;

The Governor’s Motor Inn is one of 11 properties in Guilderland that has — or had until recently — liens dating back to 2012.


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