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Losing most of its experienced skill set to graduation, the current Guilderland football team is making changes. 

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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral on social media this summer as those being challenged have 24 hours to respond, film and post a of video of the ice-dumping, and then challenge someone else.

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At age 101, Edna Renaldi visited and cheered for the farm animals at the Altamont Fair last week.

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St. Boniface Episcopal Church, at 5148 Western Ave. in Guilderland, is expanding with a project that will make the church accessible for those with mobility issues.

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We witnessed democracy in action last Tuesday night at the Guilderland School Board meeting. And it was a glorious sight.

Guilderland Police Explorer Post Sergeant Chrystal Tinney won an award for second place in the D.U.I. Enforcement category and received a medal at the Cadet Police Academy.

Temporary homes were set up in Tawasentha Park in Guilderland, fulfilling pledges to help Habitat for Humanity.

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The school board has set aside, for now, school-closure recommendations from a consultant's building capacity report following months of protests from those who want to keep Altamont Elementary School open.

Katie Marcella, a 2003 graduate of Guilderland High School, has been named the new women's basketball coach at Monmouth College. She’s the 10th coach in the history of the Division III program.

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Sixteen junior women rowers of the Albany Rowing Center (ARC) competed in the 132nd Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catherine’s, Ontario, Canada, with varsity rower Meghan Gutknecht, of Guilderland, winning the coveted Henley Gold in the women’s Under 19 single with a time of 8:01.421. 

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