Ed Cowley, an artist who chaired the University at Albany art department, lived in Altamont until his death in 2014. After fighting in World War II — he served in the 94th Infantry Division under General George Patton in

State Senator George Amedore 

State legislators representing Guilderland have written to the governor asking for changes in how the state-set equalization rate is handled.

ALBANY COUNTY  — The Guilderland police chief and a local legislator each has a son on the autism spectrum, and each is working to keep people who have trouble speaking safe.

Congressman Paul Tonko

A letter to the editor makes the specious claim that Congressman Paul Tonko was in the pocket of the nation’s beet and cane sugar cartels. The Enterprise found a lot more that was not said in the letter.

The outsized role played by New York during World War I is told in a new book from Aaron Noble, a senior historian and curator at the New York State Museum.

“We women never touch a flake of snow,” said Joan Sherwood. “The guys here are amazing. They come over and knock on the door and say, ‘Keys?’ We hand over our keys, and they go down and scrape off our cars, and move them so the snowplows can get through.”