Anne Hayden Harwood

“The lighting was perfect, my attitude was great, and the photographer suggested we submit the photos to ‘Playboy,’” Chelsea Miller said. “I was like, ‘Go for it!’”

GUILDERLAND — Blanche M. Pratt, the former owner of Candy Kraft Candies, died on Sunday, March 22, 2015. She was 96.

Mrs. Pratt was born in New Jersey, but grew up on a working farm on Curry Road. She graduated from Draper High School in Rotterdam.

Lisa Lorenz said, once inside the studio, the atmosphere was very different from the way it is portrayed on television.

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Rachel Guyer plans to visit local businesses in hopes of raising the sponsor fee; sponsors will be listed in the program book with Guyer’s photo.

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The boy said he had begun screaming and kicking Nathan D. Harrington, who then left the men's bathroom, according to police. He described Harrington, who lives in Bennington, Vermont, and is currently employed at Tullio Hair Studio in the mall.

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The Guilderland Police report said Howard R. Haver took off on foot after his car hit a utility pole, and that he was located a short time later.

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GUILDERLAND — One in three women over the age of 18 in the United States report experiencing rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner.

Domestic violence, according to Kim Anderson, a licensed social worker and associate professor at the University of Missouri, is a “serious global health issue.”

A rare jury trial was held in Guilderland for Amanda Bisnett's drunken-driving charges.

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“I enjoyed reading the Bible and talking about it with a variety of people, so I thought, ‘Why not seminary?’” said Garret Szantner on his decision to become a pastor. He is now leading Lynnwood Reformed Church.

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After the jail suicide of her son, Adam, Maryanne Rappaport says she will be guided by the counsel of her other children on whether to sue; the goal, she said, would be have the county jail make changes.

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