At 96, beloved Altamont farmer Everett Rau teams up with local history buff Laura Shore to write his memoir.

In an unrelated case, Brian Scavo was also recently convicted in Albany County Court of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

GUILDERLAND — The passion of high school students here describing their tech-savvy creative projects to the school board Tuesday night unfolded into the measured words of school leaders mapping a future for the school that would lead to more college credits.

Bernard Bott, who described himself as “mentor, life coach, and librarian,” leads a group of diverse students in creating in-depth projects of their choosing.

The chain will send targeted discounts to regular customers of the store, to encourage them to shop at other nearby Price Choppers during the transition.

The school board last week approved using a total of $248,500 for back taxes owed to Stuyvesant Plaza for its Executive Park property.

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