Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Firefighters expect to have a definitive cause of the Sept. 8 spa fire within a couple of days.

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Former Guilderland town justice Richard J. Sherwood has agreed to testify against his alleged co-conspirator, Thomas K. Lagan, after the two were arrested for bilking elderly clients out of more than $11 million.

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For years, there has been a drugstore near each corner of the intersection of routes 155 and 20. No more.

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Executive Director of the Albany County Land Bank Adam Zaranko called $350,000 an “initial asking price.”

A group of local Model T enthusiasts tries to make its cars as historically accurate as possible.

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An average Guilderland homeowner will see a $103 annual increase in school taxes if a $43M district project passes.

GUILDERLAND — Sara O’Connor Kenney, who also goes by the name Sara Neff, was disbarred on Sept. 9 after a conviction on charges — including aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child under the age of 16 in the vehicle — that stemmed from her arrest by Guilderland Police in March 2017.

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It’s harder in the studio than it is at home,” says Bryan Geary of his appearance on “Wheel of Fortune.”

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GUILDERLAND — In advance of the Guilderland High School’s first home football game, scheduled for Sept.

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A local women’s 40-and-over team of players ranked at the 3.5 level will travel to Texas in October to play for the national title. Many of the same women are also on an 18-and-over team that will play in the nationals in Florida the week before.

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