The following local students graduated from Siena College in May:

The Annual Fall Fish Pond Stocking Program at the Albany County Soil and Water Conservation District for private pond owners is underway.

Species available include rainbow trout, brook trout, largemouth bass, channel catfish, and minnow. 

United States Airforce Airman Taylor Anne Dedrick has completed basic training and tech school in Texas.
Dedrick is a graduate of Cohoes High School and Siena College. She is the daughter of Erik and Deana Dedrick of Albany, and Kelly Shannon of Wataerford.

Carol M. Kaelin died last week but her words, many of them published in The Enterprise, will live on.

“Basically, you are now in charge of your own health,” said Guilderland Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathy Burbank, of what the legislation is trying to accomplish. “It’s supposed to make people more aware of their health and how much it costs.”

These local students earned degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in May:

Jennie Bellai of Schenectady earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering degree;

Community Caregivers is pleased and honored to announce it has received a $2,000 grant from Berkshire Bank. The award was presented to help the organization fulfill several key aspects of its missi

Rupsa (Rimi) Dey, daughter of Amitav and Banani Dey of Ranchi, India married James Hallenbeck Jr., son of James Sr. and Ann Hallenbeck of Voorheesville on June 21, 2013 in Albany.


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