GUILDERLAND — School officials are calling foul on campaign tactics for the district’s newest elected board member, Timothy Horan — but the results of the vote will likely still stand, according to the district’s attorney, Jeffrey Honeywell.

Allan Simpson, who lost his seat on the board in the election this month, suggested at the school-board meeting Tuesday night that Horan should be disqualified, or that there should at least be “repercussions,” for what he called Horan’s “total disregard for the rules.”

Opinion

Disposing of prescription drugs properly — all pharmacies should have drug-collection receptacles — would keep some people from addiction and would also help the environment. ​

Guilderland

Sindi Saita

A business owned by town official Sindi Saita is raising the hackles of a number of its customers, who say that the dresses sometimes come in too late for alteration.

New Scotland

Voorheesville results

Just over 500 voters turned out to pass the school and library budgets in Voorheesville and fill three uncontested board seats.

Regional

A fire at a historic Slingerlands house, has left its residents, Albany County Legislator William Reinhardt and his family, without a home. Lightning from Thursday night’s thunderstorm is expected to be the cause.

Hilltowns

The $23 million district budget, with 0.5 percent reduction in the tax levy, passed with over three-quarters of voters supporting it.

Sports

Voorheesville baseball

The Voorheesville Blackbirds faced Ichabod Crane in the Class B quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon in Valatie. The sixth-seeded Blackbirds upset the third-seed Riders 6-4 to play Saturday in Johnstown at 1 p.m. against Albany Academy.

 

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