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“Falls are never ‘nothing’,” stated Kathy Greenlee, United States Assistant Secretary for Aging, at the National Council on Aging Summit on Falls Prevention in Washington, D.C.

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Memorial Day parades in Voorheesville and the Hilltowns over the holiday weekend brought a spectacle enjoyed by large crowds lining the streets, with music, gun salutes, and rarely seen vehicles.

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The county's health department held a Points Of Dispensing drill in New Scotland last Thursday, a program in place in the case of an emergency involving biohazards.

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Feed your soul by giving, and getting satisfaction. Donating to causes close to home avoids paying more than half to telemarketers.

Albany County Legislator Herbert W. Reilly Jr. will face Bethlehem Town Councilman William Reinhardt as members of the Democratic Party caucus this week.

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Kids had a small festival outside at the Bethlehem Children's School Greenfest on May 16.

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Geologists, I have often told my students, have a name for virtually everything.  For most people, an expression such as “debris that collects at the base of a cliff” would be sufficient to describ

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Dianne Luci, trustee, Voorheesville United Methodist Church

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NEW SCOTLAND — The Anti-Rent Rebellion in New York State will be portrayed in song and stories by local musicians in period costumes.

The program will be held at Old Songs Community Center, 37 South Main Street in Voorheesville on Tuesday, June 2, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. 

John F. Dearstyne Jr., New Scotland

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