Melissa Hale-Spencer

A two-mega-watt array will supply power to the school's facilities from a 20-acre field near Dunnsville and Becker roads.

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In pursuit of the Karner blue butterfly, seventh-grade scientists at Farnsworth Middle School learn to evaluate and communicate.

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Bruce W. Dearstyne, who grew up in Berne, surrounded by history, has included a chapter on the tenant farmers' rebellion in his new book on the spirit of New York.

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The school district's business leader hopes that, by the time Guilderland gets serial bonds for its capital project "Moody will have noticed we've built back up our reserves."

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"Both of these units were an absolute joy," the school district's negotiator said of Guilderland's office workers and teaching assistants.

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Meghan Cahill's platform for the competition — empowering women through self-defense — was sparked by a scary, late-night encounter at college.

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Fazana Ismail says kids who help out at her birthday parties for homeless children come to realize "These kids are just like them."

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The two top vote-getters on Tuesday, Christine Hayes and Seema Rivera, are friends and sister graduates of Guilderland.

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Both candidates vying to represent western Guilderland and part of the Hilltowns in the Albany County Legislature live in Knox.

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GUILDERLAND — Because of avian flu in the other parts of the country, New York’s Department of Agriculture and Markets announced Tuesday the state is banning all live fowl competitions.

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