Melissa Hale-Spencer

Robert Delaney, who for decades has battled blazes as a volunteer firefighter, is now battling cancer.

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Summer Smith, then a 17-year-old Guilderland High School senior, was friends with a classmate who died in a bad car crash. She raised money for a bronze angel statue to stand in Altamont’s village green. “The angel represents people who have lost people,” Summer told us then.

Christine Hayes, left, elected vice president of the Guilderland School Board this month in a 5-to-4 vote believes the board members need not be contentious although they have opposing views.

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A father with his baby in his lap was arrested on Saturday, July 3, for driving his ATV while drunk, resulting in a felony charge under Leandra's Law.

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When you’re a child, people tell you what matters. “When you become older…you need to figure it out for yourself,” said Superintendent Marie Wiles.

Thomas Fisher said he found vast opportunities at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, where he took advanced classes and bonded with teachers.

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Andrew Bub, BKW's salutatorian this year, works well under pressure.

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The district recommended raising pay as Guilderland has struggled to find enough substitute teachers.

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“I feel confident we can construct a new building,” said Guilderland’s supervisor, Kenneth Runion, on Monday.

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A year ago, villagers protested a consultant's recommendations to close Altamont Elementary School because of declining enrollment. This week, a citizens' task force presented alternatives.

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