Anne Hayden

Participants in the event camp in tents, in Tawasentha Park, for one to four nights, from Aug. 8 to 12, to demonstrate their commitment to eliminating poverty and substandard housing, and raise money for Habitat for Humanity. 

The new U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, visited the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering  along with Congressman Paul Tonko who said it was "a classic example of where the president wants to take this country."

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Rock Adventure Barn is re-opening to the public during select hours, after being used only for Tawasentha Park summer camps for the past several years.

GUILDERLAND — In the last six years, everyone in her family, save herself, has been diagnosed with Huntington’s disease, yet wife and mother Lori Rodino has remained hopeful, thanks in large part to help from the community.

The diverse boyhood Leon Rothenberg had in Altamont led to a career on two coasts manipulating sound.

HOME AND GARDEN — When I was a child, it never occurred to me that other people didn’t grow their own vegetables.

Frozen and canned produce were completely foreign concepts to me. I didn’t even know they existed.

GUILDERLAND — A Guilderland man pleaded guilty to driving drunk with minors in the car, and, on Tuesday, he was sentenced to one to three years in state prison.

We must recognize that each of us embodies a universe

What does it mean to be recognized?

Each year, for a handful of local kids who have beaten the odds, it means a lot.

VOORHEESVILLE — Jason Windsor is making his first run for school board, because, he said, “I feel my skills and background would be extremely helpful at this point.”

VOORHEESVILLE — Diana Straut is making her first run for school board because, she said, she has “seen the district from several angles as a parent,” and she wants to bring her experiences as a teacher and a school consultant to the table.


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