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The idea of recycling became a whole lot less abstract for the girls of Brownie Troop 1419 in Guilderland when they toured a recycling plant on Fuller Road in Albany and found out where empty PET bottles actually go and saw what it takes to ready them for a new life.

Ted Ausfeld and Charles Rielly

“I wish Pete Buttner could be here,” said Ted Ausfeld, the day before he and Charles Rielly received awards from the Army Corps of Engineers.

Grant M. Sacca

GUILDERLAND — A young man from Loudonville led police on a car chase as he tried to flee and then parked his car and fled on foot, police say.

Grant M. Sacca, 19, of 17 Hawthorne Court, was arrested by Guilderland Police on Sunday, May 21.

By pleading guilty, the 30-year childcare provider avoids the trial that was scheduled to begin June 5.

Frederick Wagner wants to begin mining on a 5-acre portion of the land he owns in Guilderland, at Stitt Road and Route 158. He would also continue to operate the excavating and landscape contracting facility he owns, off Maeotsa Lane.

A Farnsworth Middle School student is hosting a fun run to raise money for a Bethlehem family who is facing cancer.  The run is scheduled for June 2 starting at the Slingerlands firehouse.

A Guilderland man is accused of defrauding energy investors of nearly $150,000 that he used to pay off what he owed from earlier criminal convictions and to buy liquor, tobacco, and women’s underwear, according to state prosecutors.

GUILDERLAND —Albert E. Parshall, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, formerly of Guilderland and Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, died on Jan. 28, 2017. He was 89. A Marine who served during both World War II and the Korean War. he was very active in fraternal organizations.

GUILDERLAND — The town of Guilderland is currently accepting registrations for its 2017 spring and summer youth programs. There are still openings in over 100 youth sports and enrichment camps as well as swim lessons and Tawasentha Park’s half-day camp.

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission will host its 11th Lupine Fest on Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Discovery Center. This year, the festival honors the diverse wildlife of the Albany Pine Bush as well as the wild blue lupine flower and its importance to the conservation of several rare butterflies.

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