Voters need to be skeptical when they look at political propoganda to cut through the spin and get to the truth.

To the Editor:

On a beautiful afternoon at Tawasentha Park, the Guilderland community gathered with friends, colleagues, and family to support the Friends of Guilderland Athletics concert fund-raiser for freshman sports and the Rodino Family.  

ALTAMONT — Boy Scout Troop 264 of Altamont will conduct its annual food drive in November.

Bags will be delivered to homes in Altamont on Saturday, Nov. 2.  The Scouts will return the following Saturday, Nov. 9, to retrieve donations.

 Altamont resident, Ruth O. Serafini, died peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013. She was 91.

GUILDERLAND – One week before the town election, the two major political parties are getting aggressive with their campaigning, each slinging accusations at the other.
A candidates’ forum, scheduled for Oct. 28, was canceled, and both sides are making accusations about the other’s ads and campaign contributions.

After 12 years, Cindy Wadach is leaving a job she loves but will volunteer to help the elderly.

Westmere Fire Chief David Weiser and John Lutz Jr., head of the fire commissioners share a laugh as they uncouple the fire hose Saturday to officially open the doors on the departments new $5 million firehouse. Standing alongside Commissioner Lutz are the other fire commissioners: Bob Dinovo Sr., Sean Maguire, and David Juron.

To the Editor:

As the coming election for Guilderland town supervisor approaches, I feel compelled to express my support for Supervisor Kenneth Runion. I have operated a number of businesses for the last 40 years in the town of Guilderland and also lived in the town a majority of that time.


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