Guilderland

Joseph Stein has become a watchdog for Frenches Hollow where he lives, and this week took pictures of three young men on two different days painting graffiti on the foundation of the bridge over the Normanskill.

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The state law, adopted in 2009, is named for Leandra Rosado, who was killed that year at age 11 in New York City when her friend’s mother, who was allegedly drunk, flipped the car, killing Rosado and injuring six other children.

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ALTAMONT — Florine Writesel had a hardscrabble life, growing up during the Great Depression, moving so often that she never finished a school year in the place she began. She was pregnant at 16, unable to graduate from high school. But, rather than being narrow and stingy, she was generous and loving.

Kenneth D. Runion, Guilderland Town Supervisor

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Carol Rothenberg, Altamont

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Don Reeb, Guilderland

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Christopher Aldrich, president; Judy Kahn, long-range planning chair; Guilderland Public Library Board of Trustees

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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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GUILDERLAND — Herman William Wyld, a dedicated coach and father, died on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, surrounded by his family at the Hospice Inn of St. Peter’s Hospital. He was 82.

Son of the late Herman and Ann Scully Wyld, he was born in Albany on Dec. 14, 1932.

The driver told police he did not see anyone in the roadway, but heard a “thump and a woman’s scream,” said the accident report.

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