ALTAMONT — The second annual Hilltown Triple Crown race series came to a close last Saturday with the 17th annual Altamont 5K.
“The rain disappeared,” said Phil Carducci, the race director.
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Losing most of its experienced skill set to graduation, the current Guilderland football team is making changes.
Aaron Cahill is an American citizen, but he also plays lacrosse for Team Ireland.
Smoothies are extremely nutritious, and Jim Haas was really excited about it.
A rising soccer star, Jen Bartlett, who is embarking on the national level, may be exactly what Guilderland needs this fall.
Six New York wineries will be under a tent next week for the first annual Altamont Fair Wine Festival.
Motorcycling has a rich history in the Capital Region, and Mark Supley's new book captures most of it.
Jim Gillis felt like his soccer coaching at Berne-Knox-Westerlo was under the microscope of four sets of parents, so he decided to leave his post after 22 years.
Going undefeated is hard to do, and the BKW Little League softball team did it.
Akron, Ohio is a popular place to go for Steve Burdgick and his Soap Box racing champion kids.
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