Melissa Hale-Spencer



By Bill Sherman





GUILDERLAND — The federal government is closing down what is left of the Army depot — all materials are slated to be removed by the end of the summer — but the future of the 35 acres on Depot Road remains unclear.





GUILDERLAND — Kevin Reilly, with the Defense National Stockpile Center, said he’s heard from people convinced the mounds of ore at stockpile centers cover missile silos.




and Melissa Hale-Spencer

GUILDERLAND — The two Republican candidates for town board have challenged the Democratic candidates to debate.



All of us who witnessed the horrors of the ballot discrepancies in the 2000 Presidential election realized voting reform was needed.





GUILDERLAND — With funding on the horizon for clean-up of the Army’s former bivouac area, good will abounded at the meeting last Thursday of the Restoration Advisory Board.







By Maggie Gordon

GUILDERLAND — The New York Independent System Operator is planning on relocating 300 of its 400 employees, now in Albany, to East Greenbush.



By Maggie Gordon

ALTAMONT — The Altamont Community Tradition presented three awards for Citizen of the Year Sunday, at the organization’s annual picnic.



By Maggie Gordon
GUILDERLAND — Alice Begley has been a Guilderland resident for 51 years and the town historian for almost 10. She took the job because it "just melted in" with her passion for history, and reading and writing about it.

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