Guilderland

GUILDERLAND — The next step in solving the school district’s problem of too much space for too few students will likely be the appointment of a citizens’ task force to study different ways of repurposing some classrooms.

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Over the last 75 years there have been a number of fictional super heroes who have possessed “super speed”. The Flash, as this speedster is known, has the ability to run and move extremely fast, use superhuman reflexes, and seemingly violate certain laws of physics.

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of Dec. 29. Call the senior office at 356-1980, ext. 1048 with any questions or for information.

The Guilderland basketball team is off to a hot start with no losses.

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On Nov.18, Troop 79 out of Berne held a Court of Honor.  Eighty-two merit badges were earned as well as five rank advancements.  Liam Hanley earned Life Scout, Jake Valachovic and Devin Longendyke earned Star Scout, and Ben Boone earned both his Tenderfoot rank and Second Class

At the December meeting of the Fort Orange Garden Club, the Master Gardeners of Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County were presented with a commendation for civic improvement from the Garden Club of America.

New York’s #CombatHeroin campaign has reached more than 14 million people through social media so far, according to a release from the governor’s office, and the next phase, which started Dec. 19, has announcements airing in movie theaters state-wide.

To the Editor:

Altamont Community Tradition would like to thank everyone who made the 13th Annual Victorian Holiday Celebration a huge success.  We are extremely thankful to our gracious house hosts as they opened their historic homes as part of this year’s Holiday House Tour.

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To the Editor:

What a difference a year makes. Last year, as I made a celebratory holiday dinner at my home for my staff, I received a call that changed my life. My dental practice was on fire and, as I raced to the office from my home, I could see the sky lit with flames shooting from the roof.

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The Guilderland School Board met last week to discuss the results of a summit held a month earlier.  Board members spent considerable time interpreting the record sheets of ideas garnered from summit volunteers who provided solutions for the revenue shortages experienced by the school in the last several years.

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