Guilderland

GUILDERLAND — One of the great things about Boy Scouts is watching these young men take on leadership roles and be very successful at it.  Case in point was a recent trip by a group of Scouts from Troop 50 in Guilderland.

GUILDERLAND — In order to continue our strong programs — in 2014, we facilitated the spay and neuter of 755 cats and 154 dogs — we need the support of our community.

Al Gaige, on behalf of the Helderberg ALR

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Mark Grimm, Guilderland

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John Murphy, Altamont

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Getting to States was just a fingertip away last week in the Section 2 state qualifiers, held at the University at Albany.

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Three Guilderland track-and-field athletes will compete in three separate events Friday and Saturday in the Division 1 state championships, along with a 4 x 800 relay team.

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In April, André McCauley had been found guilty after a jury trial of one count of first-degree attempted assault, a violent felony.

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A two-mega-watt array will supply power to the school's facilities from a 20-acre field near Dunnsville and Becker roads.

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GUILDERLAND — Employees of the nursing home in Guilderland Center picketed along Route 146 on Wednesday afternoon, crying out for justice and demanding to be reimbursed the money they say their employer owes them.

“What do we want?” chanted a young man with a bullhorn.

“Justice!” cried the two-dozen picketers.

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