Sean Mulkerrin

Not even a pandemic could keep Stewart’s from receiving its variances. 

A plea to residents not to flush wet wipes. 

The daily ridership of the CDTA has dropped by as much as 75 percent recently. 

Teachers and administrators had very little time to prepare for the weeks-long closings of their schools but have been pleasantly surprised with how teaching online has gone so far. 

“It’s kind of a multi-faceted, multi-level project,” said New Scotland Supervisor Douglas LaGrange of putting together a county-wide EMS program.

Some local businesses have had to completely alter how they do things after new general- and business-related coronavirus guidance coming from both the state and federal governments this week.

Upcoming board meetings and those looking to conduct business at their local town hall are the latest victims of the coronavirus. 

GUILDERLAND — Rick Ketterer came into The Enterprise news office last week because he had a story he wanted to tell.

Stewart’s Shops proposed Altamont Boulevard project got a big boost this week after the village zoning board approved variances the company needed because building a project compliant with Altamont’s code was not possible.

The 60-year-old electric-grid infrastructure that traverses both Guilderland and New Scotland will soon be the recipient of millions of dollars in upgrades.


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