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GUILDERLAND — The United States Army Corps of Engineers, responsible for cleaning up formerly used defense sites, is seeking community interest in forming a restoration advisory board for the former Army Depot located where the Northeastern Industrial Park is now located.

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GUILDERLAND — A Queensbury man with business dealings in Guilderland was arrested last week for allegedly stealing over $1 million from investors.

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Each year, the kindergartners at Altamont Elementary School read a book about a real-life girl who had a lemonade stand to fight childhood cancer before she died of it; the funds they raise go to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

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A year ago, villagers protested a consultant's recommendations to close Altamont Elementary School because of declining enrollment. This week, a citizens' task force presented alternatives.

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Marc Smith, president, Altamont Community Tradition

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Joseph J. Merli, Duanesburg

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Yvette Terplak, president, Altamont Free Library

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Donna L. Baker, Guilderland

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Track-and-field events sometimes come down to physics and psyche, pushing by increments.

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Without a coach, Shayla Lyons has perfected her shot put technique watching YouTube videos; her school has no track facilities, so she practices in a parking lot — the challenges have made her a champ.

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