Hawes gets 1 to 3 years for double DWI

The same night that he was released, Guilderland Police observed Hawes driving while intoxicated at 1810 Western Ave.

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

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.”

Seema Rivera is a Guilderland High School graduate, a mother, a taxpayer, and an educator, all of which she says well qualify her for serving on the school board.