In the wake of its capital-project defeat, the Guilderland School District will look at exit polls to see what direction to take next, said Superintendent Marie Wiles.


Government is not a business. The central mission of government is to provide services for its citizens. The central mission of a business is to turn a profit.


Patricia Brooks hopes to return to Market 32, with friends, to hold up signs encouraging people to vote in the upcoming election.

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Voorheesville teachers Jessica Bradshaw and Kimberly Simon, selected in 2015 as participants in the prestigious New York State Master Teacher Program, have learned from a network of colleagues.


Daniel McCoy’s 2019 proposed budget for Albany County is up $21 million from last year, but stays under the state-set levy limit and doesn’t increase taxes.


A museum on agriculture has been proposed for Switzkill Farm’s “Pheasant House,” a metal building with several sections that could be used not only for a museum but potentially for a wildlife rehabilitator and a 4-H club.


The girls on the Guilderland-Voorheesville swim team, who call themselves the Geese, took to the water on Tuesday afternoon at home, in Voorheesville, for Senior Night, against Troy. The Geese dominated, winning 90 to 76.