The not-for-profit group has, according to Thomas Capuano, recently been awarded $50,000 through Albany County’s disbursal of American Rescue Plan Act awards, money from the federal government meant to help with fallout from the pandemic.

The subject had been broached last May by two girls, then in ninth-grade, on the Guilderland High School track team. The athletes, Olivia Mair and Angelica Sofia Parker, each independently wrote a letter to the Enterprise editor and sent the same missives to the school board.

A public hearing is scheduled for Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. on a similar local law that would expand the exemption from town property taxes for eligible disabled persons.

Two police agencies — Bethlehem and Albany — put out releases this week warning residents of ongoing scams.

GUILDERLAND — At about 11 a.m. on Wednesday, the school district here sent a notice to parents about a “non-credible statewide swatting hoax.”

Asked about life lessons readers might learn from his book, Eric said, “Maybe forgiveness. Because, in the end, it was Gerald’s arrogance and lust for revenge that got him killed.”

Stephen Chesley is running on the Republican and Conservative party lines while Margaret Tabak is running on the Democratic and Working Family party lines.

In a town where there are nearly twice as many voters enrolled as Democrats than as Republicans, the GOP is running two candidates for town board and one for town justice.

Several residents at Altamont’s Oct. 3 public hearing for its proposed chicken law were in favor of allowing chickens in the village, advising the board on specific changes they thought would be beneficial. Mayor Kerry Dineen said that the public hearing would remain open, in part because the board learned that a legal notice was not printed in the paper.