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Staff written stories for the week of April 29, 2010


The fate and the future of elephants are in human hands

Home & Garden

Dr. Abbuhl builds a refuge for healthy living

The Dases reawaken the Normal Vale House, endowing it with European charm

A magician with paints, Gatta can fool the eye and make the new look old

Tiny replica of a century-old general store opens the door to history along the Erie Canal

Collected Seed Farm provides organic vegetables throughout the harvest season


Honoring an icon
Protesters rally to protect elephants as the circus comes to town


Hundreds protest cuts
GCSD board calls on community to raise funds for school sports

Army corps to test wells, Diamente asks for soil tests, too

Chains fare well
Recession closes independent Italian eatery in Star Plaza

Town releases $2M to DOT for flyover bridge

Aldrich, Feller, and Hartson run for Guilderland library board

New Scotland

Jerry Clark is remembered as a kind, intuitive kid

Voorheesville grapples with student suicide

Gala to celebrate retiring principal
“I listen,” says Diefendorf, who relates to students on all levels

A proper fund-raiser for Faulisi


Lady Birds’ softball rallies for win in the cold, rain, and hail


Obituary notices for the week of April 29, 2010

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