The same night that he was released, Guilderland Police observed Hawes driving while intoxicated at 1810 Western Ave.
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The school board dealt with a potpourri of issues Tuesday, mulling tax breaks, appointing a task force to look at re-purposing excess space, and applauding the middle school for being redisgnated a School to Watch.
With 70 percent green space, Vincent Wolanin has declared the development will be totally tobacco free.
"We’re reaching into the metaphorical couch cushions, looking for change,” said the school superintendent of proposed cuts, after years of cutting, in next year's $93 million budget.
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