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GUILDERLAND — More than four decades after it was built, Farnsworth Middle School leaders and staff remain committed to students’ personal and social as well as intellectual development.

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Jamie Mullins's baby was born prematurely and was too fragile to hold, so she bonded by reading to him and is now collecting books for other parents of preemies.

A café, a prosthetics maker, and an insurance agency have all opened in the village.

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GUILDERLAND — There are more than nine months to go before the next town election, and speculation is already running high in Guilderland.

Supervisor Kenneth Runion, a Democrat, is currently serving his eighth two-year term, and there have been rumblings that he will not be running again.

"There is a lot of love in our houses," Living Resources Executive Director Fred Erlich told the Guilderland Town Board of the not-for-profit's group homes.

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ALTAMONT — Two works by renowned artist and longtime Altamont resident Ed Cowley are among the “live” auction offerings at this year’s the Altamont Free Library’s Black And White (and READ all over) Gala. Cowley died on Oct. 11, 2014 at the age of 89.

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In honor of Black History Month this February, and in the spirit of Dr.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Richard and Kathi Reynolds of Voorheesville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kate, to Daniel Clough, son of Kenneth and Joanne Clough of Guilderland.

The Guilderland indoor track team competed at the University of Albany on Sunday for a Section 2 meet. The meet came one day after some Dutch athletes participated in the Dartmouth Relays at Dartmouth College in Vermont. The Guilderland boys’ team placed fourth out of 10 schools with 51 points. The girls’ team placed fifth out of nine schools with 34 points.

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