William Beer

William Beer, 42, of Troy, was found guilty on April 9 of third-degree assault, a misdemeanor, the Albany County District Attorney’s Office said in a release.

Cory Ash would never have stolen a car for the usual reasons — to keep it or sell it,  said his close friend Brianna Jeffers of Voorheesville.

The barns were a total loss, but four miniature horses were removed safely.

The 48-year-old has worked in childcare for 30 years, according to the Guilderland Police.

Town officials voted to grant the Mill Hollow developer's request to make the housing complex open to residents of all ages, and not just senior citizens.

Cory Ash, a young man from Albany, is seen driving eastward at 95 miles per hour in a stolen car on Western Avenue in Guilderland near Crossgates Mall before he crashes at Schoolhouse Road. He dies from his injuries. 

An elderly woman crossed over the double yellow line on Route 155 Sunday, causing a two-car crash that sent both her and the other driver to Albany Med. The other driver was Joseph Cotazino, 61, a well-known figure in Voorheesville, who is the leader of the Orchard Park Neighborhood Association, which is very active in local charity work. Gladys Chamberlain, 78, also of Voorheesville, may have had a medical event before crashing head-on into Cotazino's vehicle, say officials from the sheriff's office. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

If the project does not go in, board members pointed out, the land can revert to its original business zoning.

crash, Route 20

The cause and circumstances are still being investigated. No tickets or charges have been issued so far.

GUILDERLAND — Tyler Pascuzzi, 26, of Coxsackie, was arraigned for allegedly driving drunk on July 4, 2014 and causing the death of two passengers as he drove over the speed limit and crashed on the Thruway in Guilderland.

Pascuzzi pleaded not guilty to the charges in court, and remains free on $250,000 bail.

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