An aesthetician who makes her own organic products is now offering pumpkin masks at Salon 146.

GUILDERLAND — Three Guilderland High School seniors recently received letters of commendation for their outstanding performance on the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Neighbors, friends, and community organizations will host a fundraiser dinner for the Rodino family of Guilderland, who have been coping with Huntington’s disease for years.

The opening of a new trail in the Bozen Kill Preserve is a good time to relish the benefits — physical, mental, and spiritual — of a walk in the woods.

To celebrate a new trail at the Bozen Kill Preserve on Sunday, a hike will focus on the seasonal changes of plants and animals from summer to fall, and fall to winter.

GUILDERLAND — Rachel Guyer, 13 and an eighth-grader at Farnsworth Middle School, won the National American Miss pageant’s Volunteer Service Award at the state pageant in August, which earned her a spot in this year’s national competition.

After Altamont recommended disapproving a solar farm, which would have stood on its outskirts, the solar company withdrew its application and is now focusing on the rural town of Knox, which it sees as more receptive to solar projects.

The proposed plan for Guilderland for 2017 is down $43,000 from last year. The tax rate is unchanged from last year.

ALTAMONT — Altamont firefighters raised about $5,500 at Friday’s open house, which they plan to give to three families whose homes were damaged or destroyed by recent fires.

After a “yes” vote on Tuesday, renovation of the McKownville firehouse is expected to begin in the spring.


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