Lisa Nicole Lindsay

Susan Kidder has been heading New Scotland Senior Services for the past seven years, where she helps elderly residents in need.

GUILDERLAND — At least four different agencies are working together to solve the quadruple homicide that was discovered last Wednesday, Oct. 8, where a couple and their two children were murdered in their Guilderland home at 1846 Western Avenue.

New Scotland has kept its tentative budget, which is set at $7,200,405 for now, under the tax cap for 2015. If the town stays under the cap for two consecutive years, property owners in the municipality will receive a check from the state.

Voorheesville native Matthew Schreiber has been living in New Orleans, playing the accordion in several bands. This weekend, he returns to New York to play in Schenectady.

Lauren Bachner's special-use permit application to put a kennel in a residential/agricultural zone has been delayed again, this time by absent planning board members.

Two friends swam in September to raise funds and awareness for hereditary angioedema, a disease plaguing one of the boy's father and little sister.

A mom whose homemade creams helped her son's eczema has seen great success with her all-natural line of products featuring hemp.

VOORHEESVILLE — On Tuesday, Oct. 14, community members can give the school board their input on what they would like to see from a new superintendent.

After six years at the helm of the district, Teresa Thayer Snyder will be retiring next July.

Kristine Gravino is stepping down as a member of the Voorheesville School Board, leaving one vacant position the board hopes to fill by the end of October.

Composting leaves and yard waste at home, or through town services, is a more environmentally friendly way to clear your yard this fall.


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