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Ken Runion’s exit highlights 2015 news in Guilderland and New Scotland

This is part of a retrospective on the events of 2015.

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Swearing in of town officials, appointing committee members, much to do when Bethlehem’s Town Board meets next week

Updates to police tech, improvements to Delaware Avenue and more are planned for 2016 as the Town Board holds its organizational meeting next week.

Albany County Year in Review: Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'Hunger Games'

This is part of our look back at the events of 2015.

Albany County Year in Review: Challenges to leadership

This is part of our look back at the events of 2015.

Albany County Year in Review: Democratic reform coalition

This is part of a look back at the events of 2015.

Albany County Year in Review: Federal redistricting decision

This is part of a look back at the events of 2015.

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Bethlehem Year in Review: Election night drama

This is part of our look back at the events of 2015.

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Doris Davis will be appointed to the Bethlehem Town Board to fill Bill Reinhardt's seat

Term to begin at the January organizational meeting

Doris Davis, a former Republican and a 10-year veteran of the Bethlehem Town Board, has been chosen as the town’s interim Town Board member.

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Jim Foster eyes vacant town board seat

With an open spot on the Bethlehem Town Board, Republican Jim Foster is putting his name in the hat for his appointment.

Charles Dawson seeks Legislature Chair

Glenmont/Delmar legislator is going after Chairman Shawn Morse’s seat

An Albany County legislator from Delmar has joined the race to replace outgoing Chairman Shawn Morse—pitting himself against three other potential Democrats for the position.

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Bethlehem seeks board members

Town, planning and zoning boards each have vacancies that need to be filled

Open positions are left on all three major boards – town, zoning and planning – in the aftermath of an unpredictable election season.

Sheila Fuller, Bethlehem’s first woman supervisor, dead at 71

She was a rare gem in today’s politics when she took office in 1993 as the first woman town supervisor in Bethlehem’s long history. Sheila Fuller would continue to lead the town, with her office door wide open, until she decided not to run again in 2003.

Bethlehem's first female supervisor, Sheila Fuller, died Thursday

Fuller served five terms as Bethlehem Supervisor from 1993 to 2003.

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12: Bethlehem Town Supervisor John Clarkson earns a third term at the helm by a slim margin

John Clarkson has won a third term as Bethlehem town supervisor following a close election that came down to absentee ballots.

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