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GUILDERLAND — Doreen and Frank Piccininno of Highland Mills, New York are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Ann, to Jordan Robert Randall, son of Denise and Robert Randall of Guilderland.

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On Dec. 14, the New Salem Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary hosted its Seventh Annual Teddy Bear Tea with Mrs. Claus. Tea sandwiches, Christmas cookies, tea, and hot chocolate, all prepared by the auxiliary, were enjoyed with the 30 children and 31 adults in attendance.

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“It is always good when we approve a contract before the end of the year,” Supervisor Kenneth Runion said, "because then we don’t have to do anything retroactively.” He also said some of the changes would result in cost benefits to the town.

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GUILDERLAND — An inspection of a CSX Mainline Track between Schenectady and Selkirk last week revealed a faulty switch on a line running through the Northeastern Industrial Park.

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James Verseput, one of the owners of Mill Hollow, said he did not see a conflict of interest with having the town’s senior program located at a privately-owned senior-housing complex.

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GUILDERLAND — Brenda McClaine, who was treasurer of the Guilderland Teachers’ Association when she stole over $100,000 from the union, no longer works for the Guilderland School District.

In exchange for her resignation, the school board agreed to withdraw the disciplinary charges the superintendent had filed against McClaine, to pay the district portion of her health insurance until June 30, 2015, and also to allow her two fifth-grade children to finish out their school year free of charge.

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