Anne Hayden Harwood

“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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"We are always looking for ways to save money and to go greener," said Timothy McIntyre, superintendent of water and wastewater in Guilderland.

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Beth Aviza's lawyer told The Enterprise she had acted as “a mother showing concern for the kids on the bus.”

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With 70 percent green space, Vincent Wolanin has declared the development will be totally tobacco free.

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The new system would benefit commuters who need to go directly from one point to another quickly because they could bypass all the stops made on the typical local route.

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Pregnancy and childbirth are both ordinary and extraordinary. They are both common and unique. As a doula, I treat them as such.

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GUILDERLAND — There are more than nine months to go before the next town election, and speculation is already running high in Guilderland.

Supervisor Kenneth Runion, a Democrat, is currently serving his eighth two-year term, and there have been rumblings that he will not be running again.

"There is a lot of love in our houses," Living Resources Executive Director Fred Erlich told the Guilderland Town Board of the not-for-profit's group homes.

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GUILDERLAND — An armed robbery at a convenience store in Guilderland is under investigation and a suspect has not yet been arrested.

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