Guilderland

Years ago, when we first moved into the village of Altamont, my husband, Jim, was concerned about our moving from a large city to a small village. My evenings and days off in Hartford were spent with friends, the Hartford Ballet Company, and the Junior Woman’s Club.

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The New Salem Volunteer Fire Department invites you for a tour of our Punkintown Scaregrounds.  We have transformed our fairgrounds into a haunted neighborhood full of spooks, skeletons, scarecrows and surprises. 

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Smokey Bear came out to greet kids on Monday morning at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center in Albany.

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GUILDERLAND — At least four different agencies are working together to solve the quadruple homicide that was discovered last Wednesday, Oct. 8, where a couple and their two children were murdered in their Guilderland home at 1846 Western Avenue.

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As facts slowly come to light on the murder of two Guilderland Elementary students and their parents, the staff is helping their classmates and each other work through their grief with care and compassion.

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Police have dealt with five homicide cases in the last 27 years.

Unlike the current investigation of murder of a family of four, the earlier Guilderland homicides, each involved one victim and were solved relatively rapidly without so many different police agencies involved.

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A fourth-quarter comeback by Ballston Spa last Friday made Guilderland's bad football season even worse.

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ALTAMONT — Monday morning, Bette Cowley had a lifetime of treasures spread out on the bed she and her husband had shared for decades. Ed Cowley died on Saturday morning, Oct. 11, 2014. He was 89.

ALTAMONT — Trevon Perez-Tucker, of Altamont, was named Empire 8 Offensive Player of the Week for the Ithaca College soccer team last week.

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