The town hall in Guilderland transferred its offices from the building in this story that was on Willow Street and had, since 1847, been the first two-room schoolhouse District 4.

Paul and Theresa Oliver, who narrowly escaped the fire that took their Gardner Road home early Tuesday morning, plan to rebuild. “We wouldn’t leave here,” said Theresa Oliver on Tuesday afternoon. “This is family land.”

Developer Gregory Wolanin will need to find a new place to store the World War II vehicles he collects and exhibits, the Guilderland zoning board decided Oct. 5.

The new pastor at Helderberg Reformed is a young woman, Lindsey De Kruif.

On Sunday, Oct. 2, at St. John's Lutheran church in Altamont held a blessing of the pets in the church.

Their landlord says he has “thrown out” the spa business, A&B Western Spa, that did not have all of the proper licensing, as well as two women from China who worked and lived there.

Frederick Basile was recently sentenced to a year in jail for a series of charges of public lewdness, for exposing himself in public. He was also designated a Level 3 — the highest level — sex offender.

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of Oct. 10. Call the senior office at 356-1980, ext. 1048 with any questions or for information.

Mindful of the village’s Victorian history, Altamont’s mayor and trustees opposed an application for a large solar array on its periphery. A developer of the array calls the community’s response selfish, not looking toward America’s future.

The Village to Village Network (“Villages”), a nationwide network of neighborhoods and communities of older persons wanting to help each other to remain living in the community, has spread around t


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