Melissa Hale-Spencer





GUILDERLAND — So far, the Army Corps of Engineers has removed 1,400 cubic yards of soil from Joan Burns’s property on Depot Road. More work is planned for the spring.




"Never underestimate the ability of a small group of committed people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

— Margaret Mead, American anthropologist

Two Guilderland arrests for prostitution this fall have made us realize it’s not just someone else’s problem — it’s ours, too.

Westmere fifth-graders
Creating a world of winter wonder within a window





GUILDERLAND — The school board here has agreed to spend $9,850 for an efficiency study on busing students.





GUILDERLAND — Louis Herve Larche was a man who — despite stellar credentials and widespread successes — remained humble.



GUILDERLAND — The front doors at Guilderland’s five elementary schools will remain unlocked — for now.

Editorial"Feeling good, good, good, good"

The great hall at Lynnwood Elementary School was packed with cheering children on Monday afternoon.

Some were so excited they sprang up from their seats on the floor. Others waved their arms and shouted.



and Nicole Fay Barr

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