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These local students were among more than two dozen area BOCES Career and Technical students to receive academic honors during the end-of-year awards ceremony:
— Samuel Machia, Guilderland, integrated English in automotive maintenance;

— Jeff Wright, Bethlehem, integrated English in welding;

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Ed Rosen, Delmar

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Good for Guilderland, keeping its town pool open, and planning to rebuild, after fire destroyed its pool house. Every time we write a story about a drowning, we see the need for public pools where kids can learn to swim.

This weekend, artists and groups with musical traditions spanning the globe will converge on the fairgrounds in Altamont, for the 35th annual Old Songs Festival.

The Grace United Methodist Church at 16 Hillcrest Drive in Ravena will hold a book sale on Wednesday, July 29, through Saturday, Aug. 1. Each day, the sale will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. then, every day but Saturday, it will run again from 6 to 8 p.m.

Farnsworth Middle School student André Valverde was given the 2015 Lt. John F. Finn Community Service award.

The noisy display of hardened, antique machines will go on this weekend, at the 106 Murphy Road in Schoharie.

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Nearly $2 million in Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program checks will be distributed across the state to expand the United States Department of Agriculture’s $1.5 million program and reach more seniors.

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