Guilderland

ALTAMONT — Boys in Scout Troop 264 of Altamont will be picking up food donations for the annual food drive this Saturday, Nov. 9, at 10 a.m.

The Guilderland boys' soccer team is Class AA champions for the first time since 2008, putting four goals on the scoreboard against Albany. 

The opinion of the Democrats on whether the Republican campaign had been clean was clear during each of the candidates’ thank-you speeches — they all said it was one of the dirtiest, most negative campaigns they’d ever seen.

Both Guilderland soccer teams — boys at top, girls below — advanced to the Class AA semifinals this week. The girls (16-1-0), the defending sectional champions and number-one seed in 2013, will play Saratoga on Friday night in Schuylerville after beating Colonie, 5 to 1, on Monday.

Parting the Red Sea: Guilderland football players — Bradley Johnston, right, at top, and Julian Christiano — spring from the field into a stand of cheering spectators after beating Colonie, 38-35, on Andrew Sentz’s 27-yard, game-winning field goal last Friday night. 

To the Editor:

Have you ever met an ugly person? I’m not talking about physical beauty. I’m talking about the kind of person who lies, lacks integrity, is pompous, displays arrogance, and is corrupt, selfish, or basically evil.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderhaven Inc. is happy to announce our participation in the Town of Guilderland’s public service event also known as “Happy Shredding Day” on Dec. 3 from noon to 3 p.m. at Guilderland Town Hall.

We will be there along with Guilderland veterans’ groups and the Regional Food Bank.

Wow! What a ride!  If you go to see the movie Gravity I hope you enjoy it as much as my husband, Jim, and I did. The special effects team certainly outdid themselves with creative ways to fool the eye and mind into thinking that the scenes were in fact real.

GUILDERLAND —Ten Guilderland High School students were selected to perform in the Area All-State Music Festival, to be held Nov. 22 and 23 at Saratoga Springs High School. 

Having a police dog sniff student lockers for drugs or having police watch inside the school through cameras undermines the trust that is critical to student learning and well-being.

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