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Reading of the Christmas story on Sunday in front of the Dutch Reformed Church in Altamont.

Howliday Pet Pawrade during the Altamont’s Victorian Holiday.

B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation continues its popular “Synagogue Scholars” series with a presentation by Ed Rosen of Albany on the topography, demography, and strategic importance of the Golan Heights.

Westmere Elementary students collected nearly 1,000 food items to the Guilderland Food Pantry on Wednesday morning.

GUILDERLAND — Erin Lancraft has loved music since she was a young girl. She also started volunteering at a summer camp for children with developmental disabilities when she was 11, and continued to work there through high school. 

The Guilderland High School girls’ varsity field hockey team was honored at Tuesday’s school board meeting by county Executive Daniel MCoy

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2020 New York State Summer School of the Arts. Students in grades 8 to 12 throughout New York State are encouraged to apply.

Starting on Dec. 11, following a declaration by the New York State Commissioner of Health that the flu is now prevalent in certain communities, several regional hospitals have adopted guidelines for visitors.

Members of the Guilderland Teachers Association visited Our Lady of Mercy Life Center on Tuesday, December 10.

2019 Open House and Greens Show "Into The Woods" at Mynderse-Frederick House held last Friday and Saturday.

Hope and Peace Community Festival of Trees at the Knox Reformed Church

Senator George Amedore and AT&T are partnering with Cell Phones For Soldiers and ask residents throughout the 46th Senate District to help troops call home by donating old and unneeded mobile devices and tablets.

Kathleen A. Rooney has joined the Laberge Group as a local government specialist.

Rooney is an experienced municipal manager with more than 30 years of county management, policy development, budget, finance, and inter-municipal-cooperation experience.