Guilderland

As the Army Corps of  Engineers closes out a former burn-pit area at the now-defunct Army depot, a system must be put in place so that future generations know of potential hazards to human health.

Sometimes yesterday’s snow is enough to close school down, again.

Friends of the late Doug Lawton present a check for more than $3,000 to the New York Oncology Hematology Community Cancer Foundation, from funds raised in a golf tournament.

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of March 20. Call the senior office at (518)280-7607 with any questions or for information.

Passers-by noted smoke coming from the rubble that remained after a fire on Wednesday morning leveled the vacant buildings on the lot.

They are the oldest federal law-enforcement agency in the country and handle all kinds of crime, from lottery scams to assaults that happen at postal facilities.

The Guilderland Players’ musical for 2017, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” runs March 16, 17, and 18 at 7 p.m. and March 19 at 2 p.m. at the high school.

Community Caregivers is cosponsoring two interesting community workshops for lifelong learners this month.

Dan Dymes felt helpless in the wee hours of Wednesday morning as his Agway delivery truck was stuck in the snow and he watched the Prospect Terrace fire next door getting closer. In the end, he was grateful, although his truck was damaged and his mulch pallets unsellable, that no one was hurt.

A proposal for a nine-acre array on Route 156 that would have been Guilderland’s first solar farm was withdrawn this fall. Now the town is considering a proposal for a zoning district change to allow for construction of a solar farm about twice the size.

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