Shreya Sharath, at 13, has a passion for art.

So does Rachel, also 13, the central character in the book Shreya wrote, “The Hidden Realm.”

The 25-year agreement Altamont signed with Reservoir Road Solar allows the company to build a 25-acre solar facility at the 303-acre Altamont Reservoir site. 

Neil Sanders, always speaking in measured tones with ready explanations for sometimes thorny questions, shepherded the district through the Great Recession in 2008 and 2009 when Guilderland cut over 100 jobs but did not suffer a budget defeat. His advice as another recession looms on the horizon: “It all goes back to being a team effort. Everybody’s got to be part of that discussion and process.”

The study looked at 30 years of development, demographic, and economic trends in town, and arrived at the conclusion that, generally speaking, development has declined in the years since the town last updated its comprehensive plan.

Guilderland Supervisor Peter Barber made the request in a July 6 letter.

Janine Tessarzik is proud of being a powerful woman.

At age 40, she was named world champion at the Scottish Masters Athletics International World Championships held last month in Moncton, New Brunswick in Canada.

Blanca Isabela Parker has graduated from Hudson Valley Community College at the age of 17.

The Guilderland GOP chose a candidate on Wednesday night to run for Laurel Bohl’s vacated town board seat but on Thursday — the last day to get on the ballot — he decided not to run.

Three juvenile males and two teenage women have been charged for stealing from unlocked cars and for stealing cars that were unlocked with the keys inside.
The thefts occurred over the past week, according to a release from Guilderland Police who worked the case with Bethlehem Police.

Rachel Anderson, who had worked as Guilderland High School’s director of math, science, and technology, was appointed in June to the $125,000-a-year post of assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction.