Sean Mulkerrin

Historic Altamont Inc. has made several unsuccessful attempts to save the Doctor Crounse House. Now it has gotten a previous prospective buyer to make another bid, provided the house’s owners, the town of Guilderland and village of Altamont, take out a loan to rid the house of asbestos. 

The Federal Communications Commission says TV antenna users have to update settings to avoid loss in programming. 

For well over a decade, the former Bender melon farm in New Scotland has languished on the market for the princely sum of $4 million. Now, the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy has the opportunity to purchase the 198-acre property for about a quarter of list price, but still well over the full-market assessment of under $800,000 on the county tax rolls.

Less than a year after the Altamont Board of Trustees approved the rezoning of 107-109 Helderberg Ave. so that Stewart’s could expand its Altamont Boulevard shop, the village board will again take up the rezone request. 

Albany County is encouraging senior citizens to get out of the house and socialize with others by offering them free meals at participating local restaurants. 

After its board president was ousted in the May elections, the Voorheesville Board of Education elevated its vice president to president and elected a new VP.

Keith Edwards

Among the charges against Keith R. Edwards were two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, meaning two children were present.

The Voorheesville School District surprised its longtime retiring transportation supervisor with a bridge named in his honor on the last day of school. 

The Clayton A. Bouton High School Class of 2019 was challenged by speaker David Lawrence to make the world a better place. 

Wendy Stasinchak says that track work taking place right behind her Mountaindale Court home has caused rats to migrate from beneath the old Delaware and Hudson Railway line and into four Mountaindale Court townhomes.


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