Saranac Hale Spencer

New Scotland is updating its comprehensive plan, which was last done in 1994, and considering clustered, mixed-use development.

Two animals were found dead and decomposed in a Feura Bush house last week.

Laurel Tormey Cole

Guilderland Center’s yoga studio is aiming to appeal to the whole community and bring in people who might not normally try the practice.

New Scotland is proposing a law that would govern commercial-scale solar farms, which haven’t yet been allowed in town.

A Farnsworth Middle School student is hosting a fun run to raise money for a Bethlehem family who is facing cancer.  The run is scheduled for June 2 starting at the Slingerlands firehouse.

A Guilderland man is accused of defrauding energy investors of nearly $150,000 that he used to pay off what he owed from earlier criminal convictions and to buy liquor, tobacco, and women’s underwear, according to state prosecutors.

The Altamont Enterprise placed third this year among single flag — that is, independently owned — newspapers in the New York Press Association’s annual awards contest. We took home 13 awards, seven of them for first place, including the award for Community Leadership.

VOORHEESVILLE — A party got out of control when Matthew B. Loucks and Michael J. Pankow went to Loucks’s former home, where his ex-girlfriend and young daughter live, according to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.

VOORHEESVILLE — Andrew J. Myers, of Handy Andy Home Improvements, has been stealing jewelry from the people who hire him for house repairs, according to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.


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