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Guilderland softball rallies, Democrats make their picks, and a devastating fire in Knox.

The State Grange is planning a bus trip to Plymouth, Massachusetts from May 28 to 31. The public is welcome to board in Albany.

Kevin Smith, senior client relationship manager at Fenimore Asset Management, earned the Retirement Income Certified Professional designation from The American College of Financial Services.

ALBANY — Laberge Group, which provides engineering, architecture, surveying, and planning services, has recently hired seven employees:


These local members of the State National Guard have recently re-enlisted:

— Staff Sergeant Kenneth Allen from Delmar will continue service with the 1427th Transportation Company;

— First Sergeant Jeffrey Quivey from Altamont will continue service with the 222nd Chemical Company; and

Catharine Potvin and Melissa D’Andrea have been named to the board for the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York.

Edward C. Willey

MENANDS — Edward C. Willey, who built greenhouses in Berne that he ran, with his wife, for a quarter of a century, died on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. He was 90.

The villages of Altamont and Voorheesville continue to propose and adopt budgets that keep the municipalities below the state-set levy limit.

B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation continues its “Synagogue Scholars” series with a talk by Adah Hetko of the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, on the development of Yiddish identity among today’s Yiddish women vocalists.


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