ALTAMONT — Charles C. Simons, a sincere man who always held onto hope, died on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014, following an extended illness with Parkinson’s disease. He was 86.
Caregivers for those on both ends of the age spectrum — the elderly suffering from Alzheimer's and the young on the autism spectrum — can sign up with police to be part of a system that will help them get home if they wander.
Faced with reduced resources and a government reform agenda, Superintendent Marie Wiles wants school leaders, rather than outside pressures, to define Guilderland's future.
Guilderland has 20 teachers on required improvement plans, a measure the superintendent says is unwarranted because the numbers from hastily implemented state tests, she said, don't mean much.
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The Guilderland girls' basketball team was trying to inspire younger players, and it definitely worked.
To the Editor:
I would like to comment on your Jan. 16, editorial “Good dialogue makes good neighbors.” The editorial speaks to the dispute between neighbors Ms. Barbara Huba and Mr. Michele Salerno.
The Schenectady-Guilderland-Scotia Student Rowing Club is having an informational meeting at the Guilderland Public Library on Tuesday, January 28 at 6:45 p.m.
The club is seeking rowers for the spring 2014 season. SGS rows on the Mohawk River and is open to new and returning rowers who are in seventh to 12th grade.
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