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The Albany man was arrested in March 2014 during a motel drug bust on Western Avenue.

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Guilderland resident Aaron Mair envisions standing with Barack Obama at Yosemite as a modern recasting of an iconic image of John Muir, the club's founder, with Theodore Roosevelt.

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Dutch tennis won its third straight title last week, and fourth in five years.

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It's a three-peat for the Dutchmen tennis team.

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In the last week, veterans were acknowledged and fallen soldiers were remembered in separate ceremonies in Altamont, for Loyalty Day and the Memorial Day parade.

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"It still comes out to about five to seven dollars an hour," Nivene Rophael said of cake-making profits. "I'm very detail-oriented."

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Nivene Rophael has been making cakes completely by hand, customized for their occasions, from her home ever since she saw the price tag of a Finding Nemo cake for her son's birthday.

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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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Guilderland teachers hosted a roadside rally on May 15 to coincide with "Reclaim the Joy," a day of advocacy launched by New York State United Teachers.

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