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Patriot Guard Riders, led by Don Miller, gathered in New Scotland beneath the Helderbergs on Sunday afternoon to honor Art Hamilton, a World War II Navy veteran who served during the D-Day invasion at Normandy.

A Dog Day Celebration, held in the Knox town park on Saturday, July 22, brought together dog owners in Knox and surrounding areas to vaccinate and register their dogs, as well as participate in activities held by the town.

Children and adults played through the day to a backdrop of live music in the Berne town park Summerfest on July 22.

Years ago, John Boyd Thacher State Park had been rumored of closing. A new visitors’ center is equipped with exhibits and activities for children in a modern building at the edge of the Helderberg escarpment.

Passers-by noted smoke coming from the rubble that remained after a fire on Wednesday morning leveled the vacant buildings on the lot.

The Guilderland Players’ musical for 2017, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” runs March 16, 17, and 18 at 7 p.m. and March 19 at 2 p.m. at the high school.

Part of West Lydius Street, from Carman Road to Church Road, is being renamed for Guilderland resident Army First Lieutenant Lanny G. Ladouceur, who was killed in Vietnam.

Ella Tuxbury, a sixth-grader at Farnsworth Middle School, pushes through nerves to climb to and jump off a high platform.

Guests of the Altamont Enterprise open house during the holiday stroll Sunday had their portraits taken throughout the afternoon.

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