Guilderland

On Nov. 24, the Kiwanis Club of Western Turnpike Guilderland prepared packages of Thanksgiving foods for people who need them. 

The snowy owls’ breeding grounds are far, far north in the Arctic. Some years, they fly thousands of miles to the south, which ornithologists call irruptions. A year ago, a massive migration wreaked havoc at New York airports — a landscape that mimics the tundra.  The New York Times quoted Chris Wood, a researcher at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology who leads a project tracking sightings, saying the 2013 migration was “unlike anything most of us have seen in our lifetime in the eastern United States.... These snowy owls may well be sharing a message for us about conditions in the Arctic.”

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Sinterklaas visited with guests at the annual Greens Show put on by the Guilderland Garden Club last weekend at the historic Mynderse-Frederick House.

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ALTAMONT — Llamas, lambs, and a loving family will recreate a living Nativity scene during the Altamont Victorian Holiday celebration Sunday.

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Mill Hollow Condominiums, a senior-housing complex, joined agreed to have the headquarters of Guilderland's senior services located in its community building.

The town board put off making a decision on the rezone on Western Avenue, again.

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McKownville residents are afraid a medical building would detract from the residential feel of their area.

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GUILDERLAND — Joshua Bojkovic, who was arrested in March for selling drugs out of a motel office, pleaded guilty, on Dec. 4, to felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, in Albany County Court.

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Guilderland Police reported around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday that Route 146 from Gun Club Road to Gardner Road was closed while utilities were repaired. Power was restored at 1:15 a.m. on Wednesday, according to a resident.

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“Personal responsibility” was the term used Monday morning throughout the Remembering Our Loved Ones event held at Ed Frank’s Beacon of Hope in Altamont where Frank teaches teens about the gruesome effects of driving drunk or drugged.

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