Jay Cougar White Cloud lives what he believes in. His work as a Timberwright grew from his earliest childhood experiences. He now hopes to dedicate himself to restoring the Doctor Crounse House in Altamont.

GUILDERLAND — Grants galore headlined Tuesday’s town board meeting here as Republican Senator George Amedore and Democratic Councilwoman Patricia Fahy were on hand to talk about the state funds they had secured for Guilderland — for stormwater management in McKownville and for park improvements at Tawasentha.

“It was like a miracle,” Thomas Capuano told The Enterprise of enlisting Jay C. White Cloud to restore the Crounse House. “He has a love of history and the technical skills we need.”

GUILDERLAND — On July 9, Dennis Grant was interrupted by a homeowner and her children “as he was actively stealing property in their residence,” according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.

GUILDERLAND — The father of town Justice Christine Napierski has a paid ad in this week’s Enterprise extolling his daughter’s virtues as a law-firm partner and judge. In the “Dear Neighbor” open letter, Eugene E.

GUIILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board settled a number of tax certiorari cases in June that had been hung up in the courts for years, according to the town’s assessor, Karen Van Wagenen.

ALBANY – Thomas Langan, a financial advisor and lawyer who worked with former Guilderland town justice Richard Sherwood, was indicted by a grand jury for a scheme in which he and Sherwood plundered over $9 million from family trusts they were responsible for overseeing, according to an announcement on July 3 by New York Attorney Genera

GUILDERLAND — A minute before midnight on June 30, John Seminary of 3771 Western Turnpike in Guilderland fired a gun during the course of a domestic dispute in his home, according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.

The library handed out more than 100 of the new cards on June 28, the first day of the library’s summer reading program, according to library Director Timothy Wiles.

If the governor signs the bill into law, the Pine Bush Commission will be able to move more quickly to purchase undeveloped properties.

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