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The Rotary Club’s annual youth recognition event is a “program that the Rotary Club of Albany has been doing for three decades,” said organizer Brian Barr. “Our whole mission is affirmation for them.” 

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The E.N. Huyck Preserve and the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy both received grants funded through the Environmental Protection Fund as part of the governor's Conservation Partnership Program for non-profit land trusts.

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I am raising a child with autism and am writing because April is Autism Awareness month, I submit the below article.

If you have 100 volunteers and 100 clients, why would you need more volunteers?

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SCHENECTADY — Darlene Sophie (née Michaels) Kretzler was a woman who “always considered others before herself; especially her family,” her family wrote in a tribute.

GLENVILLE — Neil R. Rose liked his work on tugboats and had a passion for history and antique cars. His funeral procession will include a 1917 Model T that he restored.

In the last five years, 510,000 tons of solid hydraulic fracturing waste and 23,000 barrels of liquid waste were dumped in five landfills in New York State; the Albany county Legislature passed a bill to ban such dumping here.

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Between sights of snow piled high and green that greets the eye, a smush is often underfoot this time of year.

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