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Almost everything about gymnastics is internal. 

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One by one, the Guilderland gymnasts swung from one bar to the next.

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ALTAMONT — Frederick Roger Crounse died on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, in the Brandle Road farmhouse where he was raised, the home he loved where generations of his family had lived — a rich history which he reveled in and preserved. He was 68.

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Guilderland's unbeaten season was derailed by Shenendehowa.

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GUILDERLAND — More than four decades after it was built, Farnsworth Middle School leaders and staff remain committed to students’ personal and social as well as intellectual development.

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Jamie Mullins's baby was born prematurely and was too fragile to hold, so she bonded by reading to him and is now collecting books for other parents of preemies.

A café, a prosthetics maker, and an insurance agency have all opened in the village.

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GUILDERLAND — There are more than nine months to go before the next town election, and speculation is already running high in Guilderland.

Supervisor Kenneth Runion, a Democrat, is currently serving his eighth two-year term, and there have been rumblings that he will not be running again.

"There is a lot of love in our houses," Living Resources Executive Director Fred Erlich told the Guilderland Town Board of the not-for-profit's group homes.

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