Melissa Hale-Spencer



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.

3.8-perecent tax hike
GCSD super proposes $82M budget







GUILDERLAND — The school board’s longest-serving member, Thomas Nachod, is not seeking re-election.





GUILDERLAND — The American flag was flown at half-staff in front of Guilderland High School this week to honor a student who died on March 1.

Illustration by Forest Byrd

Charles Reader, Ward Humphrey, James Murley: Three unrelated men.





GUILDERLAND — The most heated discussion at Tuesday night’s school board meeting was in response to heart-wrenching stories three parents told at the last meeting about their sons’ difficulties learning to read.



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