Guilderland

ALTAMONT — Raymond J. Martin, a devoted family man who loved history and designed armories, died peacefully on Thursday, March 30, 2017. He was 89.

He was born in Albany, on Dec. 14, 1927 and grew up on Orange Street in the city. His mother worked as a telephone operator and his father was a railroad worker.

Cheers mixed with tears on Sunday, March 26, at the Westmere firehouse as over 90 people had their heads shaved at the annual St. Baldrick’s event to raise money for pediatric cancer research.

Former town resident Mary Marra wanted to make sure that police in Guilderland weren’t cold as they went about their patrols.

GUILDERLAND — His “great big smile” is the thing Brian Jackson says he will miss most about his father, Jeffry Jackson, who died on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, surrounded by family and friends, after a years-long battle with cancer. Jeffry Jackson was 64.

Martha Cowan Clark

GUILDERLAND — Martha Cowan Clark, known as Marcy to her friends and family, died unexpectedly and peacefully, with family at her side on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, at Maine Medical Center following complications from a stroke. She was 64.

GUILDERLAND — On Saturday, April 29, the Guilderland Central School District is hosting the bi-annual Recycling Extravaganza at Farnsworth Middle School at 6072 State Farm Rd.

GUILDERLAND — A Guilderland man is accused of masturbating in view of a woman and her young daughter who were parked by a railroad crossing to watch the trains.

Travis Ostroff, 36, of 247 Route 146, was arrested Friday, March 24, for public lewdness, a misdemeanor, according to a release from the Guilderland Police.

GUILDERLAND — Michael Jones, 29, who on Sept. 24, 2016 was driving in Guilderland with a revoked license and with nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system, was sentenced Wednesday to two to four years in state prison for aggravated driving while intoxicated per se, a felony.

The owners of Crossgates Mall, who are hoping to build a hotel next door, are seeking tax exemptions of $2.4 million from Guilderland’s Industrial Development Agency.

With the state’s new Paid Family Leave program set to begin in January 2018, the state Workers’ Compensation Board and the Department of Financial Services filed their regulations for implementatio

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