Melissa Hale-Spencer


GUILDERLAND — Joe Higgins was a gumshoe and proud of it. He had a wiry build, a gravelly voice, and a discerning eye.

As the longest practicing private investigator in the state, he had many tales to tell, laced with crime and intrigue.

Super says
District must set priorities if it wants to change the shape of the day



GUILDERLAND — The shape of the school day won’t be changing any time soon at Guilderland.

GCSD defends program
A new chapter in the reading saga







GUILDERLAND — A 47-year-old man was hit Tuesday night as he crossed Route 20 just east of Johnston Road.

Wayne Hatch of Stephentown was listed in fair condition yesterday evening at Albany Medical Center.

Luibrand to hear case
Chief charged with harassment



List says not guilty
Developer accused of burying debris



GUILDERLAND — A local developer was issued a ticket after a resident complained that he buried debris in her yard years ago.



The hour before dawn often seems the darkest.





GUILDERLAND — Forty-three years after Thornton Wilder’s play, The Matchmaker, was made into a Broadway musical, Hello, Dolly! is still glowing, still crowing, still going strong.





GUILDERLAND — Guilderland’s beleaguered police chief is now suspended from his job without pay as the town pursues a hearing to have him fired.



Rensselaerville residents have been on a wild roller-coaster ride these past few months. Many of them said they had lived in fear of the non-secure juvenile detention center in their midst.

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