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NEW SCOTLAND – The town will be rocking on Saturday.



GUILDERLAND — After hitting two cars Tuesday in two different crashes on Route 155, a minivan flipped and slid over 300 feet, landing on its roof, according police.

For Donovans
Fighting lymphoma like fighting a fire



NEW SCOTLAND – Mitch and Stephanie Donovan were married in a hospital chapel, and have been living at the hospital ever since.





GUILDERLAND — Last Friday, 7-year-old and a 5-year-old took their driving test early.





ALBANY COUNTY — During violent thunderstorms Monday that caused area flooding and power outages, Kevin Crosier was shocked by an electric current and hospitalized.

Graduates at Guilderland told
Go through life with "courage and fortitude"



GUILDERLAND — The graduates in their caps and gowns of red and white rose to their feet and saluted one of their own with thunderous applause.

At Voorheesville
Graduates to represent themselves







VOORHEESVILLE – Steven Wang will spend his summer in Taiwan, teaching English before starting his freshman year at Dartmouth College in the fall.




VOORHEESVILLE – Richard Curreri says he is "silly a lot."





VOORHEESVILLE – Sammy Musella is a man of few words. Actions, though, speak louder than words – Musella’s attitude is positive, his smile is authentic, and his heart is filled with compassion.





ALBANY — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo Class of 2007 was together one last time on June 23 at The Egg in Albany.





BERNE — The two top graduates of Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s Class of 2007 are looking forward.

Dana Ames, the valedictorian, will attend Elmira College and was awarded Elmira’s Presidential Honor Scholarship.

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