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Crounse

When Doctor Frederick Crounse's old barn was still up, curious people stopped by to visit it a lot!

Beginning on March 27, New York State required that all prescriptions be filed electronically by doctors or medical personnel.

Robert L. Reals Sr.

ALTAMONT — Robert L. Reals Sr., an art teacher and gardener, “died in the company of loved ones” on April 3, 2016, near his residence in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, his family wrote in a tribute. He was 86.

GUILDERLAND — Tyler Pascuzzi, 26, of Coxsackie, was arraigned for allegedly driving drunk on July 4, 2014 and causing the death of two passengers as he drove over the speed limit and crashed on the Thruway in Guilderland.

Pascuzzi pleaded not guilty to the charges in court, and remains free on $250,000 bail.

"We don’t want to add things back for next year, and then have to make cuts,” cautioned Guilderland Superintendent Marie Wiles.
 

As snow fell Monday, a social worker’s car spun out of control on Route 155, killing her. Ashley C. Taheri was 55.

Altamont Elementary students rehearse for the play "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" for this weekend's performance at the school.

GUILDERLAND — As the Mill Hollow project languishes, the developer has asked the town board to lift restrictions that led to its approval in 2006.

Community Caregivers hosted a special Italian-style dinner for the residents of the Omni Senior Living Community on Carman Road in Guilderland on March 19.

Joe ​Devoe was one of a number of Guilderland Police officers at the Starbucks on Western Avenue in McKownville Saturday, an event that let local residents chat with members of Guilderland’s police force.

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