Guilderland

Owning a small business is a lot of hard work. If the proprietors like what they are doing they will make it seem more like fun than work. In our case, it was a combination of both. We worked hard and had fun doing our work. When Jim, my husband, and I had the doll house and miniature store on Maple Ave.

The Capital District Women’s Employment Resource Center is celebrating over a quarter century of workforce development services for women in transition. Two women and once company will be honored at the 10th Annual WERC Awards Luncheon.

“I kept thinking to myself, ‘Why do we have this car running outside all the time?’” said Maureen Ramirez of the need to add a third bay to the Altamont squad's building.

New York’s State Superfund Program identifies suspected inactive waste disposal sites that pose a significant threat to public health or the environment, and uses state funds to evaluate, clean up, and monitor the sites.

The Union College senior from Guilderland was awarded for her passion for soccer and life.

Ella Armstrong was celebrated at the Altamont Fire Department installation dinner, and Egeziaca Rufa, originally from Frosinone, Italy, turned 100 years old.

A display on early Altamont inventors is featured at Village Hall.

To the Editor:

We viewed with some disappointment the cover photo in the Jan. 23 edition, as well as some photos on the sports pages, highlighting school-sponsored wrestling activity.  As evidenced in the pictures, none of the athletes were wearing a protective mouth guard.

GUILDERLAND — Nicholas Algers, of Guilderland, has joined the Albany-office sales team of Weichert, Realtors – Northeast Group.

A 22-year resident of the area, he will assist property buyers and sellers throughout the Capital Region.

Glenn and Alice Sanders of Shawnee, Okla., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Isabel Sanders, to James Vitale, son of Jim and Mary Vitale of Altamont.

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