Elizabeth Floyd Mair

In Guilderland, three candidates are seeking to replace former town justice Richard Sherwood, who is awaiting sentencing in federal and county court on charges stemming from his theft of millions from family trusts he oversaw in his work as a private attorney.

A historic home on Nott Road and its family cemetery have a connection to Guilderland’s earliest local government, the Revolutionary War, and Eleanor Roosevelt.

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It’s been a year since Roger Sawyer of Guilderland died on his bicycle, hit by a sport-utility vehicle as he headed to work before dawn.

Patricia Brooks hopes to return to Market 32, with friends, to hold up signs encouraging people to vote in the upcoming election.

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In the wake of its capital-project defeat, the Guilderland School District will look at exit polls to see what direction to take next, said Superintendent Marie Wiles.

GUILDERLAND — After a year-and-a-half of gathering and working with public feedback, the Guilderland Public Library board ​voted ​unanimously last Thursday night to accept, in concept, a ​plan​ developed by architect Paul K. Mays to update the 26-year-old library building and expand it by about a quarter of its size.

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ALBANY — Jamie L. Bonkoski, who had been the property manager at Deer Valley Apartments in Guilderland for 20 years, admitted Thursday to embezzling $79,961.48 over five years from the complex off of Johnston Road.

ALBANY — Mark S. Schmidt of Altamont pleaded guilty in Albany County Court on Thursday morning to second-degree attempted rape and second-degree attempted criminal sex act, both felonies.

At the time of his arrest, Schmidt was employed by the University at Albany as a photographer.

A former fifth-grade student, now 19, says the occasional hugs that Tod Mell would give went on a little too long.

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Firefighters

The “heavily involved” fire was in a garage with no buildings close by.

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