A bill that would enlist the financial help of the state to provide legal services for the poor is currently awaiting the final step of being signed or vetoed by the governor.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation issued new rules at the beginning of this year for wildlife rehabilitators, drastically limiting their ability to care for injured adult white-tailed deer and placing some — less dramatic — restrictions on their ability to care for orphaned fawns.

GUILDERLAND CENTER — The Grand at Guilderland has named Erica Rogan and Jessica Barbuti hospital liaisons.

In their new roles, Rogan and Barbuti will market the facility, screen patients for admission, and establish working relationships with area hospitals.

The classic view of the central temple of Angkor Wat is from the bank of the surrounding moat.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 New York State Summer School of the Arts. High school students throughout New York State are encouraged to apply. Auditions begin in January and will be held across the state.

These local students have received scholarships from Clarkson University for the 2016-17 academic year:

Matt Reluzco of Schenectady, a senior majoring in civil engineering, received the Wallace H. Coulter Endowed Scholarship and the David A. Walsh '67 Endowed Scholarship;

One of five bills designed to improve services for adults with autism was signed into law by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Nov. 29. They offer housing loans, job support, and state identification cards.

Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP, the Capital Region’s largest law firm, has three new associates: Paul J. Buehler, Christine M. Carletta, and Max T. Lindsey.

A new contract agreement guarantees CDPHP members continued access to care at St. Peter’s Health Partners’ facilities, but tensions remain.

These local athletes have recently excelled on their college or university teams:


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