Guilderland

GUILDERLAND CENTER — Violet A. Empie, a mother of three sons, loved to sing and to travel. She stepped up to fill her husband’s job as postmaster in Guilderland Center while he served in World War II, and after his death.

She died on Saturday, May 9, 2015. She was 102.

Members of the Guilderland Teachers’ Association — over 100 of them — turned out in force at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

Dutchmen lacrosse has been inconsistent on offense this season. Tuesday's home loss to Shaker dropped the team to 6-9.

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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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A family will be searching for a new home if Stewart's expands. But they say suitable rent is so scarce that the move could push them out of the village.

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Barbara Narciso, media counselor, Junior Achievement of Northeastern NY

Marie Wiles, superintendent, Guilderland Central School District

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A dramatic crash on Route 20 at Johnson road, involving a pickup that ran a red light,, hit two cars, and rolled over several times, resulted in only minor ijnuries and no arrests.

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