The protest on May 14 against oil trains looked very different from the point of view of the women who rappelled from a train trestle and the first responders charged with getting them down. 

Bella Fleur, Remedies, Altamont, wine

ALTAMONT — Businesses evolve with the times as favorite gathering places in the village have new life.

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Food Pantry will hold a celebration Wednesday afternoon, with board and town officials and volunteers, of its recent incorporation as a not-for-profit organization.

Hundreds came to the Village of Altamont looking for a good deal on May 7.

The 911 call in a recent domestic violence incident that led to a felony strangulation charge for a Guilderland resident  was made by the accused himself, said Trooper Mark Cepiel, public information officer with the New York State Police.

On Saturday May 2, at the Guilderland Public Library, the Guilderland Police Department held a free drop off for any old prescription medication.

The newest building is the pool house at Tawasentha Park, which is scheduled for completion in mid-June. The final bid estimate for the construction of the building — which will include locker rooms and a concession stand — is $777,800, or three-quarters of a million dollars. 

Dr. Jane DeRook, now 90, is saddened by the way the town of Guilderland cut ties with her 45-year volunteer labor of love, the Guilderland Ballet. 

GUILDERLAND — This afternoon, the car of an elderly Latham couple crashed into a bus, killing the woman passenger.

The crash took place just before 1 p.m. where the Northway meets Route 20.

Tree work has "many safety hazards," according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control.

Library trustees have briefly discussed reducing the size of their 11-member board, as often candidates are lacking, but decided 11 are necessary for committee work