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Allie Tedeschi, Berne-Knox-Westerlo's front runner, has come out of the shadow of her older sister, now graduated, to set her own pace in the field.

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ALBANY COUNTY — Patrica Fahy sailed to victory Tuesday when many other Democrats suffered defeat.

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“This is your victory,” George Amedore told the crowd of several hundred Republicans who cheered his defeat of Democratic Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk to represent the 46th District.

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This November, many families in Albany area are thankful for something special: the gift of their friendship with a New York City child.

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Local school leaders are in the throes of figuring out how to put new graduation options into place for current high school seniors. They see both advantages and drawbacks to the plan adopted this month by the state’s Board of Regents, which governs education in New York.

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A new program was launched this week in the Middleburgh Elementary School to not only bring farm-fresh foods to kids but to educate them in making wise choices about their eating habits.

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Local school administrators weigh in on proposition No. 3 on the Nov. 4 ballot, which asks voters whether the state should use a large bond to invest in new technology used in school districts.

I am I can, a not-for-profit organization created to mentor high school girls, is seeking additional board members.

The Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Polytechnic Institute is planning for the seventh annual celebration of NANOvember. The month-long series of events will highlight nanoscale science-related educational, business, and workforce opportunities.

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