Guilderland

To the Editor:

I have come to love Altamont, in a very short time, as a place of beauty, peace, and strong community relations. People respect each other (with freedom to disagree), help one another, and watch out for each other.

Yet.. — no one stops for people crossing the crosswalks on Main Street. 

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To the Editor:

After 10 years, Judith Wines leaves as Altamont’s librarian. This Friday is her last day before assuming her new post at Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Library.

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To the Editor:

Love is shown in many ways.

Ours is not a big church, according to any statistician, or denominational standards. But in heart we really try to be what our Lord has called his people to be, a help in time of need to the poor in spirit as well as in body.

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To the Editor:

I would like to express my appreciation for all the support that I received for the AIDS Walk. I raised over $1,800.

The support I receive every year has been wonderful; with more people becoming involved.

Perhaps one day they will find a cure for this horrific disease.

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The public got a look at how to preempt risk, with simulated impairment goggles and talks with safety experts at the Traffic Safety Awareness event at Crossgates Mall in Guilderland last weekend.

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The school district wants to "work smart," the superintendent said, exploring only the best ideas to help with the problems of declining enrollment, stagnant funds, and under-used buildings.

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The Dutch mounted an explosive turn-around to their formerly winless season as they routed Albany, 57 to 7, on Saturday.

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GUILDERLAND — Shirley Beatrice Shafer, a gracious woman who loved to dance, died, on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, at home, with her husband, Raymond Shafer Sr., by her side. She was 90.

Mrs. Shafer was born to Bessie (née Colliton) and Lewis Barber on April 15, 1924, in Duanesburg, on her parents’ Bozenkill Farm.

A state report, using data from 2013, shows Hamilton Square had employees in 151 full-time equivalent positions. There was no increase in the number of employees in the shopping plaza since the project began.

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Looking for a huge victory on the road, the Guilderland soccer team just became another shutout victim for Shenendehowa on Tuesday. Still, the Dutch are comfortably in first place (8-2-1) in the Suburban Council South.

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