Elizabeth Floyd Mair

GUILDERLAND — The last day before spring break, April 18, was the culmination of almost a year’s work for Guilderland High School’s International Club, when it held its cultural fair.

Students staffed booths from countries around the world, serving food, and relating interesting facts.

The last day before spring break, April 18, was the culmination of almost a year’s work for Guilderland High School’s International Club, when it held its cultural fair.

Wearing dresses that layer sheer white over bright blue, two young women strike a pose at the end of a traditional South Korean dance. 

The first-ever International Night at Lynnwood Elementary School brought people together to celebrate diversity.

Guilderland’s Democratic committee is looking into whether to change from a caucus to a primary system, but has not yet made a decision.

Carlos Quinones

The 17-year-old was out on $15,000 bail in a rape case when he allegedly waved the gun around during a Vape-cigarette buy in the mall parking lot.

Sellie

Police say Sellie failed to return jewelry to customers or to compensate them.

Cases of production of child pornography are far less common than downloading, said Special Agent David Fallon of the FBI’s Albany Field Office. The vast majority of production cases involve people, he said, who are able to convince kids whom they have never met in person to take their clothes off for them.

Taxpayers in all four towns within the Guilderland school district will pay less on taxes per $1,000 of assessed valuation than last year. The biggest difference — a decrease of 28.20% — will be in the town of Guilderland.

Winding Brook Drive

People want to move to Guilderland, said developer Francis McCloskey, and he wants to be involved only in responsible development projects. Current town residents should avoid putting up “imaginary walls” to keep new residents out, he said.

Ken Harris, executive director of the Albany Guardian Society — a not-for-profit organization that seeks to improve the lives of senior citizens and their families and caregivers — recently called the explosion of proposed senior-housing projects in Guilderland “by far the biggest growth of any community in the Capital District.”

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