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GUILDERLAND — Thomas McLaughlin, 39, who was part of a drug bust a year ago, pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted criminal possession of a handgun in front of Judge Stephen Herrick in Albany County Court on Tuesday.

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Lisa Lorenz said, once inside the studio, the atmosphere was very different from the way it is portrayed on television.

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Rachel Guyer plans to visit local businesses in hopes of raising the sponsor fee; sponsors will be listed in the program book with Guyer’s photo.

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The boy said he had begun screaming and kicking Nathan D. Harrington, who then left the men's bathroom, according to police. He described Harrington, who lives in Bennington, Vermont, and is currently employed at Tullio Hair Studio in the mall.

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Students dressed up as characters from Alice in Wonderland for a production at the Altamont Elementary School this weekend.

ALTAMONT — Eleanor (née Morell) Patnode, described by her family as a devoted mother and homemaker, died on Tuesday, March 17, 2015, at Our Lady of Mercy Life Center in Guilderland following an extended illness. She was 93.

Mothers, teachers, and school leaders all lauded a program that, for Guilderland, has a 65-percent success rate of teaching struggling first-graders to read in fewer than 20 weeks.

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Handfuls of hair dropped to the floor at the St. Baldrick's Foundation event at the Westmere firehouse on Sunday as donors gave their hair and funds to benefit childhood cancer patients.

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The three women up for re-election on Guilderland's school board are citing personal rather than political reasons as each decides whether or not to seek another term.

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The fourth grade basketball team from Guilderland went 15-1.

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