Elizabeth Floyd Mair

Having an empty nest — her three sons grown — led Zeynep Rice to compete in taekwondo.

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Within a matter of months of taking ownership, the land bank hopes to turn the property over to a responsible buyer who will put it back into productive use.

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The planning board has unanimously passed three Route 20 business proposals on to the zoning board.

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ALTAMONT — Several games of old-fashioned fun for kids at the fair are free, or close to it.

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GUILDERLAND — Kelly Stang of Guilderland, the New York State Department of Conservation wildlife biologist who launched and ran a state program introducing thousands of women and girls over the years to outdoor adventures, was promoted last month to oversee the DEC’s hunter-education program.

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GUILDERLAND — The town of Guilderland was the only municipality in the Capital Region to make it onto an annual list, produced by a home-security company, of “50 Safest Cities in New York Report.”

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ALTAMONT — They compete to see who can make cuts with a chainsaw the fastest. They measure the accuracy of axes they hurl at targets 20 feet away. And they swing axes down between their feet, to split the thick logs they are standing on.

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GUILDERLAND — On Fletcher Road in Westmere — an older area of town where most houses were built after World War II when households typically had one car and driveways are not as long as they are in some newer parts of town — many residents have made L-shaped additions onto their driveways, to park more cars off the road.

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“It’s been one heck of a summer for them,” said Rob Scholz, father of one of the boys on the team.

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GUILDERLAND — The zoning board of appeals unanimously granted a special-use permit and a variance in July for Riitano Senior Apartments, a planned 72-unit residential independent-living facility for people aged 55 and older at 6232 Johnston Rd. in Guilderland.

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