Principal Alicia Rizzo of Lynnwood Elementary School is back after being absent for the last half of the past school year as she was treated for breast cancer.

Promenade Senior Living

The county and state departments of health are both investigating after a resident has fallen ill. 

Charlie Muller, the pastor of two churches, one in Albany and the other in Colonie, runs gun-buyback programs and many programs to provide food to needy children. He wants to open a home in Guilderland to provide respite care for foster families. 

Donna Abbruzzese, seated in a golf cart

“I don’t think anybody opposes green energy, but it can’t be in your face, especially a project that big,” said Donna Abbruzzese at her home on Dunnsville Road. 

The owner of the rent-regulated apartment complex Omni Senior Living on Carman Road wants to sell, but the state and the new lender are both requiring the term of its PILOT agreements be extended before it will approve the sale. 

First-ever Indian Ladder Farms Dog Day and Pet Adoption Event, held at Indian Ladder Farms, 342 Altamont Rd, in Altamont.

Twenty-five years for a not-for-profit to still be operating is phenomenal. In each of those 25 years, there’s been a gala.

One of the most valuable Depression-era make-work programs of the New Deal was the Historic American Buildings Survey, or HABS, which recorded buildings across America, ranging from impressive urba

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of Sept. 23. Call the senior office at 518-280-7607 with any questions or for information.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Guilderhaven will not be attending the Guilderland Farmers’ Market on Sunday, Sept. 22.

We will, instead, be returning on Sunday, Sept. 29. We apologize if this causes any inconvenience and we look forward to seeing you at the market!


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