“I’m relieved for it to have ended as peacefully as it did but have concern for his behavior,” said Guilderland Police Lieutenant Joe DeVoe who was on the scene for the entire incident. “He could have caused serious injury or death. Bullets were going into other rooms. I’m just thankful our quick responses aided in ending this peacefully.”

After stepping back into the role of police chief while the village finds a replacement for former chief Jason Johnston, Todd Pucci, who had retired from the position in 2021, spoke with The Enterprise about what qualities the village should look for in a new leader for the department. 

Board member Nathan Sabourin reported to the others that the policy committee is “going to make some revisions to the dress code in light of some of the requests from students and others regarding sports attire.” Members of the girls’ track team in the spring had said they wanted to be able to wear sports bras.

“As they say, you can’t take things with you, but you can always leave them in a better state than you found them, so this is our way of doing that,” said Bryan Swift, explaining why he and his wife took the risk of buying the land along with neighbors, knowing full well they will not get back all of what they paid for it.

The salon joins 119 other businesses on the New York State Historic Business Preservation Registry.

The Sept. 12 suit includes photographs of Gabriel neighborhood houses in disrepair, overgrown with brush. “The reason for the neglect is now obvious,” the suit argues. “Pyramid ceased maintenance of the neighborhood in order to now argue the area is blighted to support its bid for condemnation.”

“Not only was the building condemned by the town but also the county engineer signed off on that,” said Supervisor Peter Barber at the Sept. 5 town board meeting. “So it’s my understanding that the building is going to have a red X if it doesn’t have one already.”

A number of village residents had spoken in favor of keeping chickens in the village at the board’s July 18 meeting, leading the village board to draft a local law to that effect. A public hearing on the law has been scheduled for Oct. 3. 

The press event was to both celebrate a new sidewalk on Route 146, that runs from the new roundabout to the school, as well as to stress the importance of safe driving as children return to school on Thursday Sept. 7.

GUILDERLAND — A car crash on Route 20 near the River of Life Church sent several people to the hospital on Friday night.

They are in stable condition, according to a release from the Guilderland Police.