Guilderland

We are just seeing the beginnings of the colors of fall emerging in the village and up on the escarpment.  Summer finally is in the past and fall activities are about to go into full swing.  Here are some highlights for your information.

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To the Editor:

To the Editor:

Face to face still matters. It’s true

I was recently asked: Why should someone join the chamber in this day and age when networking and connecting can be done at high speed via our fingertips, why in the world would someone spend money to join a chamber?

GUILDERLAND — A businessman, family man, and veteran, Robert L. Haines was active in community and church affairs. He died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at the Mercy Care Life Center in Guilderland. He was 85.

Alaina Baldwin was recently promoted to accounting specialist for First New York Federal Credit Union.

Alaina Baldwin was recently promoted to accounting specialist for First New York Federal Credit Union.

When the director of the Altamont Free Library was choosing whether to take the job in the village 10 years ago, she thought of her choice as between working in a cubicle or reading to children.

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Of all the bugs Jesse Hyler has encountered in his work through All Star Pest Solutions, he says none have infested his own home.

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A sign invites passers-by to join the tradition of placing their wishes on a tree in the Novaks' front yard on Main Street in Altamont.

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GUILDERLAND — Now that the school district has defined a problem of too much building space for too few students and not enough money to maintain the status quo, citizens will be asked to help shape solutions.

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