Anne Hayden Harwood

The original church was built on Altamont Road in 1815, and, at that time, was known as the Black Creek Methodist Church.

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In the last five years, 510,000 tons of solid hydraulic fracturing waste and 23,000 barrels of liquid waste were dumped in five landfills in New York State; the Albany county Legislature passed a bill to ban such dumping here.

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One abandoned building, a long-empty bank, at the corner of routes 20 and 146, will not need to be added to the town's new registry, as it is set to be removed.

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Homeowners can check to see whether the floodplain status for their property has changed by visiting https://msc.fema.gov/portal/search, entering an address, and then contacting an insurance agent.

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Daniel Broomhall, of Knox, was charged with vehicular manslaughter, a felony, and driving while intoxicated, first-offense, a misdemeanor.

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GUILDERLAND — A counterfeit case has been resolved this week by the district attorney’s Financial Crimes Unit.

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“The lighting was perfect, my attitude was great, and the photographer suggested we submit the photos to ‘Playboy,’” said the Hilltown native and Playboy's Miss March.

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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