Elizabeth Floyd Mair

A tree that will go up in the lobby of the Guilderland Y on Nov. 23 is called the Giving Tree. 

The tree will be decorated with tags that each represent a gift requested by a local family in need. 

The menu will be an affordable fusion of American and Italian fare that uses as much locally-sourced food as possible, according to Dinovo-Schroeder.

GUILDERLAND — Long-time Guilderland justice, John W. Bailey, running on the  Democratic, Conservative, Independence, and Working Families party lines, is being challenged by Stephen R. Chesley, running on the Republican and Green party lines.

Each was asked these questions:

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland’s Democratic supervisor, Peter Barber, is unchallenged in this year’s election.

Republican incumbent Lee Carman is the only Republican running for the board. Democratic Councilwoman Rosemary Centi, like Carman, is running to keep her seat. 

WESTERLO — Donald A. Lyon was “a very humble and selfless person who would identify a need in the Hilltowns and connect that need to people who had a burden to fill that need,” said his son, David Lyon. 

Fresh Air child Jeffrey and his host family, the Hanses of Altamont, had a great week together, and their photo commemorating it has won an award.


Dennis Feeney says any paid sick leave legislation should be enacted at the state, and not the county, level. 

Cleary, who works for the Unified Court System, says he thinks drug treatment courts do a good job of trying to get people off drugs and get them an education, a job, and services. 

FMS PTA Vendor and Craft Fair on October 5th, held at Farnsworth Middle School


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