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Tuesday, another Tuesday, and the Old Men of the Mountain met at the Hilltown Café in Rensselaerville. This Tuesday, the OFs headed to Rensselaerville encountered some elevation fog.

One of the more exciting events we’re holding to help commemorate Community Caregivers’ 20th anniversary is a drawing for a very special one-of-a-kind gold pendant that is made in the form of CC’s

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Staats of South Bethlehem are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Mirinda Lynn Staats, to Thomas Jeffrey Dillberg.

The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Mark Ledbetter on July 12, 2014, at the South Bethlehem United Methodist Church.

GUILDERLAND — Restaurant Week is hosted by the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce twice a year where participating restaurants create special menus and offer reduced prices.

The current Restaurant Week runs till July 26.

Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy was elected the Northeast Region vice president of the County Executives of America at its annual conference in New Orleans. This year’s conference coincided with the annual conference of the National Association of Counties.

John M. Bagyi, a 1989 graduate of Guilderland High School and member in Bond, Schoeneck & King’s Albany office, was named one of 40 Up-and-Comers, in the Nation's Most Powerful Employment Attorneys survey published in the June 16, 2014 edition of Human Resource Executive.

Sometimes it feels good to be a New Yorker. The last time we wrote that here was in 2011 after the state legalized same-sex marriage.

We’re feeling that way this month after two initiatives by our attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, who grandly waves a banner for equal justice under the law.

The annual Pine Bush Triathlon — held this year on Sunday, July 13 — involves a 325-yard swim, followed by a 11.5-mile cycle, and finally, a 3.25-mile run.

Mary Clark put forth a bill — requiring schools to inform parents of special-education services — after her grandson committed suicide in 2010. The superintendent of his school believes it is unnecessary.

The American Red Cross urges eligible blood donors to roll up a sleeve and give to help prevent a summer blood shortage. Blood donors with types O negative, B negative and A negative are especially needed.

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