Guilderland

The new owner of the Old Stone Inn — built in 1773 — doesn’t want a nine-acre solar farm in his front yard. But Guilderland okayed these farms for rural areas as well as industrial areas just a few months ago.

This first day of autumn might get you thinking of apples, pumpkin pie, and changing leaves. However, the folks at the National Council on Aging also ask us to think about how to prevent falls.

A huge hello and thank-you to the Guilderland Transfer Station and the town’s highway department,  and to all the men, women, and friends of those departments who carried out their  super Saturday

Artifacts were hard to come by in creating an exhibit of the Altamont Free Library’s 100-year history because it moved so often. So exhibit's curator relied on text.

The Guilderland Town Historian first learned that a man had already painted 22 markers when she saw a photo of him posing before a half-painted sign in The Enterprise.

“Bells for Burls” is a campaign to bring a carillon to St. John’s Church in Altamont, honoring Mark “Burls” Burlingame who listened to the music as he lay dying.

Alicia Rizzo, principal of Lynnwood Elementary School, will be absent for a month for a medical procedure, from Sept. 22 through Oct. 24, she wrote in a Sept. 15 letter to parents.

The Guilderland Teachers’ Association third annual back-to-school barbecue was held at Tawasentha Park on Sept. 8. Donations collected at the event were to be distributed to Capital District first responders.

Acting Chief Building and Zoning Inspector Jacqueline Coons said that as soon as the town receives the right paperwork, demolition will continue. “It should be done soon,” she said.

Running through Tawasentha Park in the 46th annual Guilderland Invitational, 17 schools competed on Saturday, Sept 10.

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