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Tuesdays in the summer of 2014 are rolling on by. This Tuesday, July 29, the Old Men of the Mountain met at Mrs.

To the Editor:

It was such a sad story in last week’s Altamont Enterprise to read about the closing of Greulich’s Market after 60 years in business, due to a tax issue. 

Where is our governor now with all of his big tax-break incentives to do business in this state?  It is simply a joke!

To the Editor:

Last October, Bruce Kennedy showed a rough edit of his documentary, Righteous Rebellion, to an overflow crowd at the Octagon Barn in Knox. He returns to the area next week to further his study of the 19th-Century rebellion by the farmers against their fabulously wealthy patroon landlords.

Eugene R. Lemmerman, a man who gave the world and his family a legacy of service, faith, and love through example, died on Monday, July 28, 2014, after a brief illness, surrounded by family.  He was 89.   

The Colonie and Guilderland chambers of commerce are offering a fully escorted tour in March of Tuscany in Italy, including the cities of Florence, Pisa, and Siena.

For more information, call the Colonie Chamber at 785-6995 or the Guilderland Chamber at 456-6611.

"I'll never understand why you spend all that money on fabric just to bring it home and cut it up into little pieces": Berne resident Karen Bunzey, with over 30 years of quilting experience, offered this little gem of a quote from her husband, Ken.

The Albany Institute of History & Art is seeking artist submissions for the 2014 Exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region.

Again (and probably more “again”s) this scribe must admit to so much to do, and so little time, but finally he is able to get at the scribing duties.

Acadia National Park on Maine’s “Down East Coast” is a place of mystical wonders:  sheer granite cliffs rising from the sea, washed in the salt spray of enormous waves crashing against them; barren

Programs that let the elderly age in place are good for all of us, cutting costs and enriching community. We urge those in the Hilltowns to use the new programs they've earned.

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