Guilderland's tennis team has a winning streak that dates back to 2013.

Chefs were on hand during national accreditation testing for the BOCES culinary students from across the Capital Region.

ALTAMONT — Ever since he was a kid, Dick Spadaro had an interest in “wheels.” As a man, he had a business selling parts for early Fords and was known across the country and around the world for his expertise in antique car restoration.

Phyllis Rosenblum's home showcases her family history while her gardens blend the practical with the beautiful.

Phyllis Rosenblum , by herself, ares for a Victorian mansion with sweeping grounds. the work fills her days and her soul.

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.

The candidates have varied views on the $93.7 million budget proposal, on Common Core standards and required tests, on contracts, and on what should be done about excess classroom space in the district.

Catherine Barber, who is seeking a fourth term on the school board, would like to see some of the tasks underway to completion. “So much is going on in education right now,” she said. “There’s a lot of news.”

Timothy Burke, who has regularly attended school board meetings since 2003 and served for five years on the district’s now-defunct Citizens’ Budget Advisory Committee, is making his first run for the board because he believes there is a lack of leadership.

Nicholas Fahrenkopf believes the school district needs to make long-range plans, and that his ability to analyze data to solve problems can help with that.


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