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Judges say free speech not violated

At first gathering, Hilltown Homefront Patriots rail against
the media, the two-party system, and taxing cow flatulence

GLENVILLE — A compact, muscular blinding force barreling to the stars: Gedeon has a dog-show career not unlike himself.

Can other groups keep Thacher open?

Guilderland woman struck and killed on the Thruway

GUILDERLAND — Twenty-one-year-old Guilderland High School graduate Jamie Klemczak was killed on Saturday, Feb. 20, when she was hit by a car near Exit 30 on the Thruway, in the town of German Flatts.

County planners approve size-cap proposal

NEW SCOTLAND — The latest version of the long-debated size-cap law now is closer to passage than it has been in its roughly year-long history.

Rabbi arrested for giving alcohol to minor, imposes ban on all liquor

GUILDERLAND — The defunct gas station at 2594 Western Ave., owned by the late Joseph Calabro, will be one of three Capital Region sites to get federal stimulus money for contaminated soil and groundwater cleanup.

Bowl-a-thon to help Grinmanis family

ALTAMONT — Friends of Michael Grinmanis, the Altamont teen killed in a car crash on Dec. 19, are rallying to help his family.

Citizens rally to keep Thacher Park open

ALBANY COUNTY — Rising from a discontented crowd, a hat crumpled in his hands, Tom Thacher reproached the state for its possible plans to close his family’s gift to the people of New York.

GCSD hears variety of views on tough choices

NEW SCOTLAND — The bookkeeper’s salary brought half a dozen angry workers to Town Hall last week.

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