Pyramid Management will pay the Guilderland Police Department the cost of hiring two new officers in exchange for the department’s increasing to full-time two officers’ patrols at Crossgates Mall, paid for by the force itself. The officers who patrol the mall are detectives and paid more than new hires. 

Opinion

The Museum Education Act should be funded in the state’s budget as it would support the important learning that comes from museum visits and would allow students from poor districts the same opportunities for field trips that students in wealthier districts enjoy.

Guilderland

Jeffrey Herchenroder ​

“Jeff was a superior musician who gave everything he had to his students. He was a truly unique man who was passionate about so many things, including his family, students, music, and the world around us,” said Shannon Woodley, band teacher at Lynnwood and Pine Bush elementary schools.

New Scotland

“The last time I talked to my sister we agreed the vultures are just waiting to pounce,” Herman Picard said.

Regional

Pressure from the governor to rein in Medicaid costs will affect Albany county, starting in 2021, Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy says.

Hilltowns

Outrage and partisanship may have left their high-water mark in Berne, where dozens of residents attended the latest town board meeting to hammer the new council with questions and comments about the illegal removal of town employees from their positions, among other issues. Many of the residents’ remarks were met with eye rolls from the mostly GOP-backed board who, for the first time in decades, can steam ahead unimpeded by Democrats’ desires. 

Sports

The Dutch will be sending three gymnasts to the state meet in two weeks. Sisters Carli and Allison Rem and Addison Seebode all qualified on Wednesday afternoon at Shaker High School in Latham.

 

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