Elizabeth Floyd Mair

GUILDERLAND — While driving his marked patrol car, State Trooper Kaleb Gohlke was at fault in a two-vehicle collision Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, according to state police spokeswoman Trooper Kerra Burns.

Carlos X. Quinones Jr.

GUILDERLAND — The 17-year-old from Colonie who was charged with menacing after, police say, he displayed a gun on Feb. 16 in the Crossgates Mall parking lot, pleaded not guilty in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 27.

The building’s management company says the seniors were allowed to use the property’s clubhouse for classes and activities as a kindness while the senior center was being repaired, and that too many people had crowded into the elevator.

The existing bridge was built in 1955 and carries approximately 5,300 vehicles per day.

TC Maslin has made “an incredible recovery,” his wife says, but she notes that the couple will continue on the path of recovery for the rest of their lives.

Jonathan Phillips still hopes to build a sports dome near his hardware store — and he has received town approval to do so — but that part of his project is on hold for now. He hopes to revisit it later, if he has the financing, he told The Enterprise earlier.

GUILDERLAND — Since Alice Begley retired as Guilderland’s town historian at the end of 2016, not much has been done with the Schoolcraft House. Begley was the mover and shaker behind fundraising for renovations and planning for special events, such as lectures or open houses, held there.

Lynnwood Elementary School Principal Alicia Rizzo is on medical leave, with no set date for her return.

The Guilderland school district has reduced by about 28 percent the amount of a proposed capital-construction project that was narrowly defeated in October, and plans to bring it to voters again in May.

Six cases of Legionnaires’ disease were linked to the building about seven years ago, when it was a Best Western Sovereign Hotel, but the assisted-living facility that has since converted the hotel undertook an “extensive renovation that replaced every single fixture in the building, faucets as well as the hot-water heater” and all the piping, according to Paul Belitsis, Promenade Senior Living’s chief financial officer and chief operating officer.


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