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It’s not your grandmother’s business program where girls, seated in straight rows, dutifully learned shorthand and typing so they could become secretaries.

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Regulations handed down from the federal and state governments are changing the way sexual assaults are handled on college campuses. The goal is to strengthen the rights of victims and improve crime reporting and transparency.

GUILDERLAND — Lucette Lafferty (née Millman) Scholer, a hardworking and caring woman, died on Nov. 30, 2014. She was 78.

“Absent from the body, present with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” wrote her family of her death.

On Nov. 19, seventy-four of the goal of 100 district residents participated in the first summit on the future of Guilderland schools.  Altamont Mayor James Gaughan was one of the residents who participated.

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Altamont Community Tradition is looking forward to seeing everyone at the 13th Annual Victorian Holiday Celebration on Sunday, Dec. 14, from noon to 6 p.m.

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Year after year, it can be difficult to find something new to say about the tradition of sledding on Kirk Hill.

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Altamont Community Tradition is very excited to see so many local businesses participating in this year’s Victorian Holiday celebration.

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Troop 50 Scouts from St. Madeleine Sophie Church held their annual holiday food drive on Nov. 15.

Troop 50 would like to say thank-you to all who helped us in our goal. We collected 3,386 food items.

The food will go to the St. Madeleine Sophie food bank to help the needy in our area.

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Robert “Bob” Gould, who spent his career at IBM, was a devoted family man who lived by the lessons he taught his children.

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