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Fresh Air child Jeffrey and his host family, the Hanses of Altamont, had a great week together, and their photo commemorating it has won an award.

The Chazen Companies, an employee-owned multidisciplinary firm, has hired two new workers for its offices in the Capital District and Hudson Valley.

Trunk or Treat event at the Albany County Sheriff's station in Clarksville on Oct. 23.

BETHLEHEM — The Board of Directors of the Bethlehem Tomboys Girls’ Softball League unanimously voted to change its name to Bethlehem Softball League at its October meeting.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The Sustainable Communities Program at the Carey Institute for Global Good will begin work with the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) to develop a Supplier Code of Conduct for use by New York State brewers.

Family members of Christopher Davis help clean up a stretch of Western Turnpike on Sunday morning.

Matthew Stansfield from Berne, a member of the New York Army National Guard and assigned to the Company G (Forward Support Company Infantry), 427th Brigade Support Battalion, has received a promotion to the rank of specialist.

Babe Ruth baseball on October 19, a fundraiser for a new concession stand with bathrooms for the baseball field at Guilderland’s Tawasentha Park.

Megan Druckman stands between cases of handbags at Lola Saratoga, the store she opened in Stuyvesant Plaza on Tuesday

 The Village of Altamont Archives and Museum hosted their first Founders Day Celebration on Saturday, October 12.

Visitors learn about fire prevention Monday morning at the Pine Bush Discovery Center on New Karner Road as they celebrate Smokey Bear's 75th birthday.

Guilderland High School recognized National School Lunch Week on Wednesday.

ALTAMONT — Boy Scout Troop 264 of Altamont will conduct its Annual Food and Can Drive in November.

Flyers will be distributed to homes in Altamont on Saturday, Oct. 26. The Scouts will return the following Saturday, Nov. 2, to pick up donations.

“You are the best of the best” says President and Chief Executive Officer of Special Olympics of New York Stacey Hengsterman to the Guilderland High School students at Friday’s rally. 

Vera Brooks, a life member of the Westmere Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary, celebrated her 106th birthday on Oct. 4.