Guilderland

BERNE — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo girls’ volleyball team has been playing well lately, winning its host tournament on Oct. 4, and then beating Middleburgh in straight sets (25-9, 25-17, and 25-14) on Oct. 8.

To the Editor:

As I left the position of Altamont librarian, I heard many kind words from all corners of the community about changes at the library over the past 10 years. I appreciate this greatly.

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To the Editor:

In response to the letter from Erin Bradt regarding buying locally raised/grown food ("Know your farmer, know your food," Oct. 9, 2014): You give an admirable description of what your farm, and others like it, are like, and how important they are to reducing our carbon footprint, producing healthy food, etc.

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To the Editor:

In response to Marcia Ranieri’s letter printed in The Altamont Enterprise on Oct. 9, regarding crosswalks, she did not mention if cars were not stopping while she was in the crosswalk.

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GUILDERLAND — Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union is the first tenant of the newly renovated Executive Park Tower at Stuyvesant Plaza, a commercial building with 170,000 square feet of office space on 12 acres with on-site parking for over 1,000 cars.

GUILDERLAND — Christopher Weston, whose family called him a gentle soul, died unexpectedly on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014.

The beloved son of Edward and Virginia Weston, he enjoyed spending time with his family and working on his remote-control cars.

GUILDERLAND — On Oct. 2 at 8 p.m., Guilderland Police responded to a report that a train had struck someone, and determined that the victim had committed suicide.

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GUILDERLAND — At its board meeting on Tuesday night, the town board unanimously passed a resolution to approve the Guilderland Center Pedestrian Safety Sidewalk Construction Project.

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GUILDERLAND — The town’s Republican Committee has a new leader after Matthew Nelligan stepped down as chairman last month.

Nelligan said this week he believes Douglas Breakell, whom the committee unanimously elected to replace him, is the right chairman because he is “an aggressive political strategist.”

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Big Truck Day gives kids a chance to revel in the breath-taking practicality of vehicles that keep our society on the move.

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