Nary a trace remains of the long, slim, silver tracks that once carried the olive-drab, wicker three-seated trolley cars through our neighboring city of Albany to the town line of Mckownv
The town hall in Guilderland transferred its offices from the building in this story that was on Willow Street and had, since 1847, been the first two-room schoolhouse District 4.
A huge hello and thank-you to the Guilderland Transfer Station and the town’s highway department, and to all the men, women, and friends of those departments who carried out their super Saturday
Apropos! Great! A column concerning the first class to graduate from Albany Normal School in 1845 just emerged from old yellowed files in this historian's desk.
This historian spoke this morning with Earl Brinkman who is the grandson of William Brinkman, one of the first historians of the town of Guilderland.
GUILDERLAND — Many new residents in the town of Guilderland have probably never heard of the Red Men's Wigwam, the historic building that was on the south side of Route 20, east of the Hamilton Uni
When Doctor Frederick Crounse's old barn was still up, curious people stopped by to visit it a lot!
Baron von Steuben, known for his knowledge of military discipline, has not been widely known in the Hellebergh history annals.
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