Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Timothy Horan

GUILDERLAND — A lawsuit brought last May in federal court against Timothy Horan — a retired teacher turned school board member — and the Guilderland School District has been settled with a payment of $117,500, court documents show.

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Flickering lights were the first sign that something was wrong, said Superintendent Marie Wiles.

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Dina Zuckerberg of myFace

Representatives from myFace, a not-for-profit organization in New York City that helps people with craniofacial conditions, spoke to Westmere Elementary’s fifth-graders recently, after the students had read the novel and watched the movie “Wonder,” about a fifth-grade boy who feels isolated by his craniofacial condition.

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The Albany County Auction website lists these Guilderland properties as being “delinquent” although many have actually paid their back taxes:

— 1717 Western Ave., Albany Diamond Center: Owned by Lisa O’Brien, paid in full on Feb. 28, 2018;

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The Governor’s Motor Inn is one of 11 properties in Guilderland that has — or had until recently — liens dating back to 2012.

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Crossgates Mall asked for and got variances from the zoning board on Feb. 21 to put up signs on its Western Avenue hotel that, combined, are seven times bigger than normally allowed. The signs are needed, the board decided, to identify the five-story, 121,000-square-foot hotel.

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Guilderland wants to receive applications for a new town justice within two weeks and appoint someone by April 3, according to Supervisor Peter Barber. The appointee would replace Richard Sherwood, who faces felony charges in connection with $4 million stolen from estate funds Sherwood and another attorney managed.

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Logan Altieri of Guilderland earned $1,500 in less than one minute during last week’s winter break from school.

Starbucks-owned Teavana had better advertising, Short and Stout Tea’s owner Joyce Zacharewicz said, but she has loyal customers who like to support local businesses.

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Police say a Schenectady man recklessly damaged a piece of anti-theft equipment worth $5,000.

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