HILLTOWNS — Three candidates of various backgrounds and party affiliations are running for a seat in the New York State Assembly in a special election held on April 24.

The candidates are:

Aidan O’Connor, a Democratic Green County legislator, running on the Democratic, Working Families, and Women's Equality party lines;

Chris Tague, the Republican supervisor of the town of Schoharie, running on the Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform party lines; and


It is not enough for government to pass a law on what not to do; it should lead the way in helping LGBTQ youths have better lives.


With more state aid than the governor calculated, Guilderland School Board members are considering recommendations to add to next year’s $100 million budget proposal.

New Scotland

After half-century as a pastor in the Reformed Church in America, the last 27 at the Unionville Reformed Church in Delmar, Pastor Thomas Kendall has stepped down and is now considered a pastor emeritus.


GUILDERLAND — Dennis Feeney, a Democrat representing part of Guilderland, was elected majority leader of the Albany County Legislature last Thursday, following the resignation of Gary Domalewicz, who had been in the position for just three months.


The state budget left the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School District with an additional $97,000 to spend, said the superintendent.


The spring season opener Tuesday saw the Guilderland boys’ lacrosse team playing in a cold drizzle of rain, sleet, and snow, losing to Ballston Spa, 13 to 5. The fields were wet with leftover snow at Ballston Spa so the game was moved to the artificial turf at Union College in Schenectady.