Guilderland

GUILDERLAND — The town’s Republican Committee has a new leader after Matthew Nelligan stepped down as chairman last month.

Nelligan said this week he believes Douglas Breakell, whom the committee unanimously elected to replace him, is the right chairman because he is “an aggressive political strategist.”

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Big Truck Day gives kids a chance to revel in the breath-taking practicality of vehicles that keep our society on the move.

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Saturday's rain and gray skies made shiny trophies and warm soup all the more appealing.

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This year’s theme for the Guilderland Fire Department's open house was, “Working smoke alarms save lives.” The department aims to make kids teachers in their homes so families check detectors, and practice fire drills.

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ALTAMONT — Non-residents who have not paid their village water bills are set to receive termination-of-service letters, after the village board approved the shut-off orders at a board meeting Tuesday.

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High schools that start later have teens with less tardiness, higher grades, less depression, and fewer car crashes. We should make the research a reality in our local schools.

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Momentum, communication, and energy all feed off each other in volleyball. Guilderland realizes that.

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GUILDERLAND — The school district is planning what it calls a summit conference for Nov. 19 in hopes of hatching a solution to its problems of declining enrollment and stagnant funding.

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The Appio brothers — a "risk-taker" and a "voice of reason" — work together on their films, both thrillers and comedies, to create their own reality.

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GUILDERLAND — Crossgates Mall and To Life! will hold a breast cancer fashion show on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on the lower level in front of Macy’s.

The Survivor’s Shine Fashion Show will feature 19 breast-cancer survivors walking down the runway in Macy’s and The Walking Company attire.

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