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There’s an ad on TV that shows a woman scurrying around her kitchen and saying, “When I started having back pain, my sister came to help. I don’t like asking for help.”

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A longtime New Salem volunteer was honored while preschool children worked together to collect pajamas and books to be used for children who need them.

A new course at B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation will help readers of Hebrew understand better the makeup and nuances of the Hebrew in Jewish prayers.

Online registration is now open for the fourth annual I Love My Park Day, to be held on May 2 at state parks and historic sites across New York. Since its launch in 2012, the number of parks involved in I Love My Park Day has more than doubled, with the number of volunteers taking part tripling.

Frozen water pipes in Altamont have inconvenienced us but made us keenly aware of the worth of water, and the need for preservation and equity worldwide.

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Efforts are continuing from a variety of directions to drastically reduce the size of the Albany County Legislature and, with it, the quality, diversity, and competence of the Legislature.

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ALTAMONT — The congressman, in a black overcoat and shiny shoes, bent down to touch a pile of rusty and broken pipes outside the cement-block well house on Gun Club Road. The wind was chill and the gray sky held snow on the first day of spring as a bevy of local officials clustered about Paul Tonko.

Jeffrey Moller, Altamont’s superintendent of public works, wearing a jacket with his name on it and work boots, had gathered the pipes to illustrate for the congressman some of what was underground in the village.

Editor’s note: The directors of our local libraries got together to submit this single explanation of the new Upper Hudson Library System circulation and catalogue system, which they titled: “Change is coming! (and that’s a good thing).”

The sap may have been cold, but it didn't stop anyone from running.

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