GUILDERLAND — Joshua Bojkovic, who was arrested in March for selling drugs out of a motel office, pleaded guilty, on Dec. 4, to felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, in Albany County Court.
Guilderland Police reported around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday that Route 146 from Gun Club Road to Gardner Road was closed while utilities were repaired. Power was restored at 1:15 a.m. on Wednesday, according to a resident.
“Personal responsibility” was the term used Monday morning throughout the Remembering Our Loved Ones event held at Ed Frank’s Beacon of Hope in Altamont where Frank teaches teens about the gruesome effects of driving drunk or drugged.
Regulations handed down from the federal and state governments are changing the way sexual assaults are handled on college campuses. The goal is to strengthen the rights of victims and improve crime reporting and transparency.
On Nov. 19, seventy-four of the goal of 100 district residents participated in the first summit on the future of Guilderland schools. Altamont Mayor James Gaughan was one of the residents who participated.