Anne Hayden Harwood

Guilderland resident Aaron Mair envisions standing with Barack Obama at Yosemite as a modern recasting of an iconic image of John Muir, the club's founder, with Theodore Roosevelt.

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GUILDERLAND — Michael Sanders was sentenced to 60 days in Albany County’s jail before Judge Peter Lynch in Albany County Court on Tuesday.

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Drew Chesney said the federal money for the Turnpike Rescue Squad he directs would be used to buy extrication coats, pants, gloves, and helmets, to “protect our members at the roughly 200 motor vehicle accident and extrication incidents we run each year.”

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The stretch of Route 146 that would be dedicated to the late Lt. Col. Todd Clark would be from the intersection with Route 20 to just past St. Madeleine Sophie Church, where he was married and where his funeral was held.

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Residents voiced concerns about lack of trees and dangerous traffic on Route 20 as consultants discussed possible plans in a grant-funded study.

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GUILDERLAND — The man who “was the farm,” according to his family, died on April 17, 2015, after a long battle to recover from a stroke. He was 85.

GUILDERLAND — Shots were fired after an attempted robbery in the parking lot at Crossgates Mall last week. No one was injured.

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Within 24 hours after the announcement, several prominent Democrats said they were interested in running for town supervisor.

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As of Tuesday afternoon, the water level had dropped by four feet compared to the previous day, and the dammed water had all “flowed by with no problem,” said Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple.

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“These are envisioning studies,” Donald Csaposs, the town's grantwriter, said of the neighborhood studies. “It’s a look at what’s possible in the future.”

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