Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Richard Sherwood

Asked by The Enterprise how much Sherwood has forfeited to date, Assistant United States Attorney Michael Barnett said that that information is not public and that it is also not knowable at this point, since many of Sherwood’s forfeited assets are bank and brokerage accounts, whose value can fluctuate. Barnett added, “I can say it does not equate to what was stolen.” 

A gate closing off through traffic on Empire Avenue

“There are no other gates like that on town roads,” said Guilderland Highway Superintendent Gregory Wier. 

Danny Gibney

GUILDERLAND — Thirteen-year-old Danny Gibney has helped train his dog, Gem, to know 30 different commands, including “down,” “roll over,” and “speak.” He has done all of that in order to give her away to a stranger. 

The chairwoman of Guilderhaven, who usually hopes people will adopt animals and make them a part of their homes, now hopes they will adopt artwork.

The drivers of both vehicles were taken to hospitals, said Deputy Chief Curtis Cox of the Guilderland Police. 

The figures of the two groups of young men who confronted one another were ghostly shadows in Crossgates Mall video footage, seen almost entirely from the waist down because of the angle of the camera.

Carlos Quinones

Rape charges were pending against Carlos Quinones, 17, when he was arrested by Guilderland Police in February for allegedly displaying a gun in the Crossgates Mall parking lot.

ALBANY COUNTY — Two Albany Family Court seats are open since Margaret Walsh was elected to State Supreme Court and Gerald Maney is retiring.

Seven candidates are running in the June 25 primary to secure the Democratic line.  Albany County Democrats may cast their ballots for two of the seven on Tuesday.

Town Planner Kenneth Kovalchik wants to encourage the development of senior independent-living facilities along Western Avenue, where residents could walk to doctors’ offices, coffee shops, and bus stops.

People want higher ceilings than in the past, and developers need to include more infrastructure, including required fire-suppression systems, between floors, according to Jacqueline Coons, the town’s chief building and zoning inspector.

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