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GUILDERLAND — As the library gears up for its 50th year, its trustees are presenting the public with a $2.6 million budget.



GUILDERLAND — Many firefighters and rescue workers sacrifice their time, and their own safety, to serve our community — often without recognition.

Guilderland School Board
Five run for three seats, hold varied views on issues



GUILDERLAND — Five candidates are vying for three Guilderland School Board seats in the May 15 election.




GUILDERLAND — "I’m a proponent of good governance," said , a certified public accountant, making his first run for school board.





GUILDERLAND — , who has served on the school board for a decade, is seeking another term.




GUILDERLAND — "If I’m elected to the school board," said , "I’m truly going to listen to what the community has to say."

Mulderry resigns
Animal control takes dogged effort



NEW SCOTLAND – Dogs provide companionship, security, and, at the end of the day, you can count on your dog being happy to see you.

Going out for the history of war
New Scotland exhibit honors veterans, their memorise


FEURA BUSH – Veterans are an important part of American history, and, more than 60 years after the end of World War II, many of them are dying.





ALTAMONT — A raised eyebrow, a sideways glare, disapproving looks from strangers take a toll on Stephanie Carter. These are things, though, that her 6-year-old son, Austin, can't pick up on.





BERNE — An after-school program started last year at Berne-Knox-Westerlo has put down roots and is blossoming.





HILLTOWNS — After searching for a pastor for nearly two years, the Knox Reformed Church and the Second Reformed Church of Berne have a leader.





We tell stories — sitting around a kitchen table, on street corners, while driving along at high speeds.

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