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Just as there’s a difference between baseball players and people who play baseball, so there’s a difference between gardeners and those who garden.

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Stuyvesant Plaza on Route 20 appears to be bucking the trends of mall shopping. 

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Travis Stevens, 31st District, Albany County Legislator

It appears spring has finally arrived and area golfers are back in full swing.

Community Caregivers’ 11th annual golf outing (wow, has it really been that long?) will be held on

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CLARKSVILLE — Alexander R. Grone, a physics professor at Hudson Valley Community College and an active freemason, died on Monday, May 4, 2015. He was 83. 

He was born in Danville, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1931, to Dr. Robert Y. and Ethyl (née Lloyd) Grone. 

From historic railroad beds to waterfalls and through farmlands, six hikes will showcase Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy preserves beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 20, during the organization’s first ever Summer Solstice Hike-a-thon. The event will precede the Albany County Helderberg Hudson Rail Trail Summer Solstice Festival.

DELMAR — Organizers of the Summer Solstice Festival on the Albany County Helderberg Hudson Rail Trail are seeking food trucks, crafts, artisanal food vendors and musicians for the fourth annual outdoor event, held this year on Saturday, June 20, from noon to 4 p.m.

Capital Region high school students may take part in a four-day camp this summer to learn about careers in technology.
SEMI High-Tech U Camp runs from July 21 to 24, and is open to students in ninth through 12th grades.

This month, the State Education Department announced an additional $14.5 million in funds through the federal Race to the Top grant in support of the Smart Schools Bond Act.

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WRIGHT — A Marine and World War II veteran, Fred Osterman worked for and identified with the military all of his life.

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