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On weekend of July 18, the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy hosted its annual Hike-a-thon event.

The ice cream truck makes a daily stop on Voorheesville Avenue in the village and the neighborhood kids are ready for their sweet treats.

The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for swimming-pool owners to participate in the DEC’s annual Asian Longhorned Beetle Swimming Pool Survey during the month of August.

Artworks sponsored by Art on the Rail Trail, a not-for-profit known as ART.

A farmer hays on Cole Hill in Berne Wednesday.

Gilly, a female German shepherd, has been missing.

Col. Gregory Fairbank, with the United States Army Reserve, a Guilderland native, graduated on July 24 from the U.S. Army War College at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Malls with filtration systems to screen out the coronavirus were allowed to open Friday in Phase 4 regions. 

Only 60 people are allowed in the pool area at Guilderland’s Tawasentha Park pool under the coronavirus protocols.

GUILDERLAND — Route 20 Café at 1823 Western Ave. is celebrating recent renovations on July 16 with a reopening ceremony at 10:30 a.m.

Matt Childs was awarded the Firefighter of the Year 2019 on Tuesday night.

A century-old elm tree is the property of 91 year old Frances Brezinski in Knox.

A drive-through Fair Food Fest was held at Altamont fairgrounds on Saturday.

The Albany County Helderberg-Hudson Rail Trail.

GUILDERLAND — It was worth the wait because once the numbers were crunched, counted and confirmed the Bonide Charity Week for Guilderhaven at Gade Farm was Bonide’s highest charitable donation yet.

We have plenty of people to thank, starting with Art Cockett and the Bonide company for their generosity.