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Staff written stories for the week of April 26, 2012


We shape our homes and they shape us

Spring Home & Garden

Birds are born with nesting instincts
Citizen scientists can help find answers about changing patterns

Rescuing a crumbling landmark, the Selas have built their dream home

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, Guilderland’s Renaissance man

A lifetime of lessons grew in my dad’s garden

Home sweet homes
From a hand-built Cape in Albany to a modern high-rise in Africa
Ellen Zunon learned from and grew with each of her many homes

Get lost in thousands of pieces of fresh wood furniture


DA: Guilderland man paid kidnapper to solve business dispute

Under Leandra’s Law
Harder pleads guilty, will get 1 to 3 years

GCSD leaves “ancient lever machines” for electronic ballots

Taking a stand: Seven GCSD students to compete at National History Day

New Scotland

County exec railed by rail trail-ers

Kiwanis to posthumously honor Bill Hotaling during May’s Volunteer Day

Thacher and Thompson parks April open house and May public meetings


Will the world come to BKW?

Property with historic house to be acquired, building demolished

Peter Young Center being upgraded, not for sale


Guilderland baseball pulls rug out from under Shaker

No senior football season, no problem –– Daly heads for Division I


Obituary notices for the week of April 26, 2012

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