Anne Hayden Harwood

John McCullen, 50, of Altamont, failed standard field sobriety tests and later registered a blood alcohol content of .18, the according to a release from the district attorney's office.

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Its founders call their approach “project-based interdisciplinary learning.”

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For something a little different, Phil Carducci decided to organize the inaugural Voorheesville 5K Cross-Country Challenge, to be run on Sept. 5.

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“You make mistakes,” Young said of the investigation by the Attorney General's office of a "misappropriation of funds." “You don’t get to vet everything as much as you want to.”

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GUILDERLAND — Developer Christopher Meyer has been appearing before the town board and the planning board for nearly 10 years seeking a zoning change for his subdivision along the Black Creek.

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An average of 26 dogs per year are rescued and adopted through the organization, which operates solely on donations.

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Jean Cataldo, the town clerk, who is also a Democrat, said there is a minimum requirement of 10 posted notifications for a caucus.

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WESTMERE — Audrey F. Bentz, a woman who “never met a stranger,” according to her family, died  peacefully on Sunday, July 26, 2015, with her daughters by her side. She was 89.

Mrs. Bentz was born in Schenectady on April 26, 1926, the daughter of the late Harry and Mabel R. (née Shaver) Fitzpatrick.

New York State Police public information officer Mark Cepiel said the investigation in the murder of a family of four last October was still ongoing and there was no new information. But, he said, all evidence had been removed from the house, and the owners were free to do as they pleased with it.

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National Grid was contacted and immediately responded to the scene to fix the line.

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