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Staff written stories for the week of September 22, 2011


Stories from the stove make history online

Home & Garden

A farmer’s advice
Try to stay open and keep the customer relationship going

After the floodwaters subside, mold can move in and make a home unlivable

Research from the Centers for disease control offers help for combating mold after a flood

Rising from the mud
Homeowners rebuild in the wake of Irene

To save or not to save?
Bolte advises using common sense to salvage damaged cellar equipment

Vegetables from flooded gardens should be turned to compost now


Re-opens October 3
Altamont library moves to Masonic Temple until train station renovations are completed

Guilderland to change billing for emergency services

“I Remember Altamont”: As old-timers share memories on Sunday, newcomers will learn village history

New Scotland

Size cap moot?

P.O.ed at the P.O.


“Something of an anomaly”
Deputies find $3K worth of cocaine during Westerlo traffic stop


Lady Bulldogs on a roll, tied for first place

Peda’s power prevails

Blackbirds break through in final minutes


Obituary notices for the week of September 22, 2011

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