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The love for hockey kept the Storm alive.

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How you are treated makes a difference in who you are — that's true of dogs as well as people, including prison inmates.

Dogs that few want to adopt — most of them are pit bulls — get training from county jail inmates, which helps the inmates as well as the dogs.

Albany County is looking for answers from the Tennessee Gas Pipeline and its parent company, Kinder Morgan. Both the county legislature and New Scotland Town Board  have passed resolutions calling for information sessions.

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GUILDERLAND — On Nov. 17, a thin, shaking, calico cat showed up on the doorstep of a Guilderland resident near Crossgates. She was begging to get out of the freezing rain.

The American Red Cross asks eligible blood donors to make a resolution to give blood regularly in 2015, beginning with National Blood Donor Month in January.

ALTAMONT — Ingeborg Barth Davis, known to her family and friends as Inga, was a fun-loving florist. She died on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, at The Manor of Guilderland Center, surrounded by her loving family. She was 84.

Mrs. Davis was born on May 22, 1930, in Albany, to the late Rudolf J. and Hildegard (née Hesse) Barth.

Police see more counterfeit crimes during the holiday shopping season, according to a release from the Albany County district Attorney’s Office.  Counterfeit groups use the central location of Albany County to quickly use counterfeit currency in exchange for gift cards and merchandise, and then flee, the release says; catching these cr

Farmers’ Market Federation of New York is asking for farmers and other vendors who participate in farmers’ markets to fill out a brief, anonymous survey on market benchmarks. The in-depth survey covers many areas, including the amount of an average sale, marketing strategies, and market preparation time.

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