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ALTAMONT — The Altamont Stewart’s Shop wants to expand. A local property owner and Stewart’s entered a sales contract that could give the store room to grow, but local residents voiced their opposition to the expansion at Tuesday’s Altamont Village Board meeting.

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Guilderland was way up, then down, then up again.

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Herm Wyld, a coach who never hollered, gets his due.

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One abandoned building, a long-empty bank, at the corner of routes 20 and 146, will not need to be added to the town's new registry, as it is set to be removed.

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Daniel Broomhall, of Knox, was charged with vehicular manslaughter, a felony, and driving while intoxicated, first-offense, a misdemeanor.

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Second-graders at Altamont Elementary School have made signs that are posted along Picard road in New Scotland to alert motorists that salamanders may be crossing the road.

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The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission will be offering programs every day at the Discovery Center for the week of April 6 to 10.

Pil Sung Taekwondo is now flooded with black belts.

Now that the baseball season is about to start, it's almost a given that Guilderland will be in the mix at the end.

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ALTAMONT —The Southern Poverty Law Center, an internationally known organization that tracks the activities of hate groups in the United States, has put Altamont on the map — the Hate Map.

Published last month in the center’s Spring 2015 “Intelligence Report,” and posted online at its website, www.splcenter.org, the Hate Map for 2014 lists Altamont as the only location in New York State to have an active chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.

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