Pastor Charles Lee Pollard, described as “mild” and “happy” by his sister, managed to love his enemies, even on the battlefield, and served as a pastor to bikers.
GUILDERLAND — Sean P. McCutcheon, a 19-year town employee with a great sense of humor, died on Friday, May 22, 2015. He was 54.
Mr. McCutcheon was born in Schenectady to Anne Johnson McCutcheon and the late John P. McCutcheon.
Sean McCutcheon, 54, was killed by a town highway truck backing up at the intersection of East Highland Drive and Country Lane Friday afternoon, according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.
Cara Quimby's new record of 12 goals propelled Guilderland to its 10th straight Class A final.
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Even though Guilderland lost a close game, it gave an effort for the ages.
The Suburban Council Championships for track and field were held this week — the boys competed at Colonie on Tuesday, and the girls competed at Shenendehowa on Wednesday.
The Albany man was arrested in March 2014 during a motel drug bust on Western Avenue.
Guilderland resident Aaron Mair envisions standing with Barack Obama at Yosemite as a modern recasting of an iconic image of John Muir, the club's founder, with Theodore Roosevelt.
Dutch tennis won its third straight title last week, and fourth in five years.
It's a three-peat for the Dutchmen tennis team.
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