Photos: Hill of Dreams

Kids hopped on their sleds and took off as looks of glee or concern cross their faces at Guilderland's Tawasentha Park on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 5. A mother and her daughter, having finished a run, climb up the steep hill. 

Harold Gosling takes a tumble as a younger sledder, fur rippling to frame his face, appears serene.

— Photographs by Michael Koff

More Guilderland News

  • In a Jan. 5 letter to the Surface Transportation Board, village attorney Allyson Phillips writes that Altamont is opposed to CSX’s attempted acquisition of Pan Am Systems because the running of a 1.7-mile-long train twice per day over the Main Street railroad crossing would leave parts of the village inaccessible to emergency responders for as long as 10 minutes.  

  • Mayor Kerry Dineen noted that the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals rarely meets, its last meeting — prior to the one on Jan. 11 — having been in September 2020; it met six times that year. The zoning board met twice in 2019. 

  • GUILDERLAND — Daniel Darves-Bornoz, the owner of Provence, a French restaurant which closed durin

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