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The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is recruiting participants for the 2018 summer sampling season to conduct water-quality assessments in streams and rivers as part of the State’s Water Assessments by Volunteer Evaluators project known as WAVE.

Ed Czuchrey

A stark reminder of a dark moment in the nation’s past was on display this week at Tawasentha Park in Guilderland.

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Since New York’s Compassionate Care Act went into effect in 2016, both the State Senate and Assembly have considered bills that would expand the use and availability of medical marijuana.

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Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara has long advocated for creating better programs statewide, including standardized training for first responders in how to effectively communicate with people who are on the spectrum. This training took place at the Shaker Road-Loudonville Firehouse last Friday.

Altamont American Legion Riders with their donation of $15,000 helped paid the way for the Vietnam Vets to take a trip down to Washington D.C. during the Leatherstocking honor flight.

Denise Maurer, a Master Gardener with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County, uses everyday items to create art and teaches others to do the same.

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Guilderland has strict regulations about Airbnb — it’s not allowed — but other towns have not yet had a need to create regulations.

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As residents prepare their homes and backyards for warmer weather, some unknown neighbors may also be preparing their homes.

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ALBANY — A tiny ceramic flower — white with a glimmer of gold — was unearthed by archaeologists digging on Livingston Avenue in Arbor Hill.

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The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation and the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation are providing free First-Time Camper weekends this summer.

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