Guilderland

Although Guilderland had lost most of its line-up from its championship season last year, new players stepped up and came close to the high bar, losing its playoff match, 1 to 0.

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“On a Friday or Saturday night, more people want to laugh than be emotionally drained," says Andy Maycock, the Guilderland High School teacher who is directing students in a madcap  British comedy, on stage this weekend.

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Human beings need to relate to one another in person, not just virtually, but for real. Seeing and hearing players on a stage can expand our understanding of humanity.

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To the Editor:

The members of the Boyd Hilton Ladies’ Auxiliary would like to say thank-you to all who, once again, make our Chicken ’n’ Biscuit Dinner a success.

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Last week, all of the property owners in the Guilderland School District received their tax-freeze rebate checks.  Ours was a big whopping $56 and was a “reward” for the school board staying under the 2-percent tax cap.  But it got us thinking, what is the cost of this check?

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A special thank-you to those of you who attended our First Annual Punkintown Scare this past weekend!  We had a fantastic turnout on both evenings, even with the cold rain on Saturday night.

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GUILDERLAND — Jane “Mitch” Harrington, a dedicated volunteer who enjoyed the outdoors, died on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at her home, surrounded by her loving family. She was 64.

Mrs. Harrington was born on Sept. 27, 1950, in Schenectady, the daughter of the late Stanley and Roberta (née Jette) Mitchell.

GUILDERLAND — Named Citizen of the Year for the town she loved and served, Bertie Chesebrough was active in church, Scouts, the fire department, and more. A devoted wife and mother, she taught children Bible stories and helped feed the needy.

The Guilderland girls’ soccer team was knocked out of the Class AA playoffs on Oct. 28 with a 5-to-0 loss to Niskayuna at home in the quarterfinals.

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The Guilderland girls' volleyball team won in three straight sets (25-11, 25-21, and 25-16) against Shaker on Oct. 28.  The boys won their matchup against Colonie on Friday to advance in the playoffs.

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