Guilderland

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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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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As 2014 unwinds, we begin to look to a new year.  But, before we end this one, here are some things Community Caregivers is grateful for:

With the beginning of the New Year 2015 in the thriving town of Guilderland, it is appropriate to look back on the early years of the town's history for new residents and students.  Long before Gui

GUILDERLAND — People who may not have access to personal transportation will now be able to visit the Albany Pine Bush Preserve.

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“It was the first place I used a computer, it was a social place...and it was an educational place,” said Joseph Burke, new director of the Altamont free Library. “I still remember the joy of discovering something new, something I’d overlooked before.”

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Middle-school students competing in a C-SPAN competition sat down Monday with Congressman Paul Tonko to talk about health care and federal finances.

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"The worst thing you can do is make no decision," the vice president of the school board told his colleagues as they wrestled with reams of public opinion on how to solve the problem of too much space for too few students.

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The 13th day-long Victorian Holiday celebration in Altamont included four winter markets, a house tour of more than 200 people, and a visit from Santa.

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