Editorials

When funding is reduced, projects may best progress through the synergy of symbiosis — finding mutual benefit while serving individual needs.

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

“There is no cure for end-stage renal disease. There are some very good treatment options though”: This was my first lesson upon being diagnosed in November of 1992.

To the Editor:                                                                          

The Boyd Hilton Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies’ Auxiliary will be serving its annual Chicken ’N’ Biscuit Dinner on Saturday, April 26, starting at 4 p.m. and ending at 7 p.m. at the post on 11 Mill Street in Altamont.

To the Editor:

Do you have an interest in gardening, flower design, or making floral arrangements?  If your answer is yes, then the Guilderland Garden Club is for you.

To the Editor:

My name is Josh Lare. I am the past chief of the Guilderland Center Fire Department and the father of a cancer survivor.  I am writing in regard to an event we are putting on at the Guilderland Center Fire Department in conjunction with an incredible local organization, Maddie’s Mark Foundation.

To the Editor:

If Hollywood is the ultimate litmus test when it comes to what is popular and the “in” thing, then we should be concerned about the effects that celebrity icons and their on-screen behavior have on our youth. 

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