By Melissa Hale-Spencer

Police Chief Todd Pucci said a plea deal offering Kevin R. Willsey six months in jail for three felonies is fair since Willsey, an Altamont mechanic, had no prior arrests. Pucci said Willsey was a chop-shop  "customer."

Guilderland joined the rest of the state in receiving disappointing state test scores. School leaders say the tests don't reflect the Common Core Standards and students weren't taught the new material.

Katy Guyer's nervous worries about showing her chicken at the fair turned to smiles after the judge coached her; she left the ring with a blue ribbon.

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