Patricia M. Groeber, an Altamont resident, joined the State Troopers in 1986. She was recently appointed to the highest post ever held by a woman in the New York State Police — First Deputy Superintendent.

People are always concerned about health and safety and damage but they continue to enjoy and value the presence of deer," says a Cornell researcher who helps develop a process for setting limits on deer.

“What sweeter music can we bring than a carol, for to sing the birth of this our heavenly King?  Awake the voice!  Awake the string!”

Daina Majewski admits that her volunteer experience with Community Caregivers isn’t for everyone. She spends time with her client mostly on Saturdays. 
And that’s by mutual agreement.

Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy signed Local Law L, which prohibits the sales of personal cosmetic products containing microbeads.

To preserve the foundation of their heritage, with development slowly chipping away at it, neighbors formally organized to become the not-for-profit Rapp Road Historical Association.

ALTAMONT — A priest whose quest in life was “to make Jesus real” is described by those who knew him best as being like Jesus himself.

Joseph F. Girzone died on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, at St. Peter’s Hospice Inn in Albany. He was 85. His books were read by millions of people around the world.

Sometimes we hear the phrase “buy local” and think: That’s a good idea, but just not practical. Local goods are hard to find, and expensive, aren’t they?

In the 19th Congressional seat, incumbent Republican Chris Gibson is self-imposing term limits while contemplating a run for state office.


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