GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to list for sale the town’s interest in the historic Doctor Crounse House, located at 759 Route 146, just outside of Altamont on the village’s Main Street.

The board had voted in December to demolish the early-1800s landmark, which Guilderland and Altamont together bought 10 years ago for back taxes but had made no improvements on. Enterprise coverage of the slated demolition spurred response to save the Doctor Crounse House.


Teachers don’t need guns, they need resources to help students with mental-health problems


The Guilderland Public Library may have a café and a larger children’s room, as well as larger meeting rooms, if the library’s board adopts a plan, now in draft form, for the building’s renovation and an addition more modest than the one proposed and voted down six years ago.

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Robert Baron, who resigned as head coach of the Voorheesville Varsity Girls’ Basketball team, is now suing to get his old job back.


Albany County Helderberg-Hudson Rail Trail

The Capital District Transportation Committee has a plan to connect the multi-use trails of Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, and Saratoga counties into a single network. A report found that, on nine of the trails, there were 1.6 million visits in 2016.


The Berne Town Board tabled appointing new members to the town’s youth council and board of assessment review; discussions through email reveal Democratic board members’ concerns over appointing the GOP party chairman to the youth council.


The winter season for the Bulldogs, Blackbirds, and Dutchmen was hot on the court, on the mat, on the track, and in the pool. Some teams made it all the way to the state competition and some showed heart and determination in efforts to get to states.