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With 70 percent green space, Vincent Wolanin has declared the development will be totally tobacco free.

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The new system would benefit commuters who need to go directly from one point to another quickly because they could bypass all the stops made on the typical local route.

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ALTAMONT — Beryl E. Naginey, also known as “Murph,” a woman with many interests who was dedicated to her community, died peacefully on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, after a 19-year struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was 89.

A past chief, Owen Murray accepted a certificate of appreciation at the annual Altamont Fire Department installation dinner on Saturday at the Cider House Restaurant. 

GUILDERLAND — Over 50 people came to school on a recent cold winter’s night — parents and their children — to talk about a book. No one was required to read the book but those who had gathered pursued it with passion.

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GUILDERLAND — Tracy Martone, winner of the school district’s Technology in Education Award this year, says she always wanted to be a teacher.

As a girl, she collected textbooks from her aunt, a school principal. “They were from the eighties, the kind with the answers in the back,” she recalled.

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"You are what you post," says social media expert Chris Vollum, and digital footprints cannot be erased, so you should use them to create a pathway to realize your goals, whether college or a job.

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Mojmir Frinta, after World War II wreaked havoc in Europe, found redeemng beauty in its churches and spent the better part of a lifetiime restoring, researching, and teaching about sacred art.

ALTAMONT — Mojmir Frinta wrote this memoir before his death on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015.

It can be difficult to run outside in the winter. Cross-country skiing has become a popular alternative for Guilderland runners.  

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