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Runners from Guilderland had a successful fall season.

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GUILDERLAND — Five panelists at a heroin and opiate education forum on Wednesday agreed that the war on drugs is being lost and the biggest problems are with prevention and treatment.

GUILDERLAND — Stuyvesant Plaza has promoted longtime employee Brian Ravena to property manager to manage tenant and vendor relations, building maintenance, and capital improvements at Stuyvesant Plaza and Executive Park.

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I would like to extend my thanks and gratitude to the students and teachers at Lynnwood Elementary School for the excellent program they put together to honor us veterans.

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Could you imagine not being able to afford to buy holiday gifts for your own children?  As a mother of two, I know that I cannot even begin to understand what some parents are feeling this time of year. 

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The Teaching Assistant Unit of the Guilderland Teachers’ Association is sponsoring its Sixth Annual Holiday Toy Drive to benefit needy area children. The month-long drive will run through Dec. 12.

Discussion on stagnant resources and too much space did not deter the school board from deciding to bid in January the work for upgrading all seven of the district's school buildings.

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These days, female athletes are taking the spotlight at Guilderland as five signed Division I scholarships. Also, a former Dutch soccer star made an All Rookie team for her efforts in college.

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ALTAMONT — Rhona Ballard Twombly, a baker, gardener, and dedicated grandmother, died on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014, after a brief illness. She was 102.

Mrs. Twombly was born in Georgia, Vermont, on farmland her Ballard antecedents bought from Ira Allen, brother of Revolutionary War patriot Ethan Allen, in the 1780s.

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The AARP Guilderland Chapter 980 holds monthly meetings at Christ the King Church at 20 Sumpter Ave. in Guilderland.

The meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of every month. Our next meeting will be Nov. 15.

Come at noon and check us out! You need not live in Guilderland.

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