Joanne Clough, Guilderland
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A very interesting message from a telephone correspondent near Kiowa, Oklahoma caught this historian's attention this week with a call from that state.
This is the second of a series on why people volunteer with Community Caregivers. What led them to pick up the phone and call Community Caregivers to make an appointment for an orientation?
The Albany Pine Bush is one of the best remaining inland pitch-pine scrub oak barrens in the world. It is a truly unique place right here in the Capital District.
Ed Bradt, Schenectady
Al Gaige on behalf of the Helderberg American Legion Riders 977, Altamont
Cindy Pollard, owner, Home Front Café; Joe Burke, director, Altamont Free Library
You read about earthquakes, tsunamis, and tornados and you wonder what it would be like to experience them firsthand.
Suburban schools — for decades a beacon, attracting city dwellers — are now feeling the effects of poverty, too.
The Albany Pine Bush Preserve is now accepting submissions for the second Pine Bush Perspectives juried photo exhibit.
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