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ALTAMONT MUST HUSTLE FOR QUOTA.

VICTORY LOAN MEETING MAY 5

Meeting Made Necessary Because of Non-Arrival of Whippet Tank, Which Became Stuck in Mud at Sharon

Wayne Crounse plans to pass along an inherited tome listing his ancestors — with the corners of the embossed leather cover so worn, they were reinforced with metal — to his son, who will pass it in turn to his grandson.

The Ballet Barn, for many years the home of a thriving dance-education program run by local doctor Jane DeRook, is now bounded on two sides by senior projects

John Hamlin Gordon II

Getting history straight and sharing it with others is important to John Hamlin gordon.

A Women's History Month exhibit honoring New York State female trailblazers and public servants runs through the end of March.

Daniel Barker, Altamont’s new historian, would like to scan historic documents and make local oral history available on the village’s website.

GUILDERLAND — Since Alice Begley retired as Guilderland’s town historian at the end of 2016, not much has been done with the Schoolcraft House. Begley was the mover and shaker behind fundraising for renovations and planning for special events, such as lectures or open houses, held there.

HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE

A proposal from the New Scotland Historical Association is looking to save New Scotland and Voorheesville’s historic homes and sites.

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