Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Sindi Saita

A business owned by town official Sindi Saita is raising the hackles of a number of its customers, who say that the dresses sometimes come in too late for alteration.

Timothy Horan, election night

GUILDERLAND — Timothy Horan, a 30-year career teacher set to retire at the end of the school year, won over 25 percent of the vote, making him the clear frontrunner in a five-way race for three school board seats.

“Real good night,” said Horan after the tally was announced Tuesday night.

ALBANY — Former childcare provider James Hockenbury of Guilderland Center pleaded guilty in Albany County Court on Monday to engaging in oral sexual conduct with a then-3-year-old child he was babysitting.

It’s a brick-and-mortar store offering virtual services.

The Guilderland Chamber of Commerce is looking for a president, with the departure of Cheryl Lasher at the end of April after just one year.

GUILDERLAND — Neighbors say that the stream that runs parallel to Western Avenue and behind their homes on Concord Hill Drive and Halfmoon Drive is now as much as 25 feet closer to their homes, threatening to swallow their outbuildings. The water is directed through culverts toward Route 146 and the Normanskill.

A week before the Guilderland school board election, one candidate faces a lawsuit.

Frederick Wagner wants to begin mining on a 5-acre portion of the land he owns in Guilderland, at Stitt Road and Route 158. He would also continue to operate the excavating and landscape contracting facility he owns, off Maeotsa Lane.

The jury in the Tasheem Maeweather Crossgates Mall shooting case deliberated for about a day before reaching their verdict Friday afternoon, acquitting him on three of the four felonies with which he was charged. The jury, which had been seated on Monday, determined that Maeweather was not guilty of attempted murder, attempted assault, or criminal possession of a weapon.

Cable crime channel Investigation Discovery re-examined the evidence in Erick Westervelt’s trial and conviction.

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