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Both Haytham Bajouwa and Debra Bajouwa have been awarded the GRI designation by the New York State Realtor Institute.

They each received this honor after completing 90 hours of residential real estate education – meeting the standards established by the National Association of Realtors.

GUILDERLAND — The owners of Robinson’s Ace Hardware have opened a new equipment rental shop right next to their original store on Western Avenue near Witte Road.

Alan Alexander has been hired as vice president and senior commercial banking relationship manager at NBT Bank.

GUILDERLAND —Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, is hosting a Paper Clover campaign in October.

From Oct. 7 to 18, customers have the opportunity to purchase paper clovers for $1 or more during checkout.

ALTAMONT — Stephen F. Hout has been named manager of the Capital Region Market's Altamont branch of KeyBank, at 105 Park Street.

“He is responsible for maximizing branch productivity, maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction, and managing the employees within the branch,” according to a release from KeyBank.

John M. Bagyi, with Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC, has been recognized in the 2015 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list in the field of Employment and Labor. This is the seventh consecutive year he has received this honor.

GUILDERLAND — Kathy Burbank, formerly president of the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce and director of Community Caregivers, is joining CM Fox Real Estate.

The independent real estate company, owned by Troy Miller, who was raised in Guilderland, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

GUILDERLAND — Dennis Magilton, a principal at Sommers & Magilton Tax and Business Service in Guilderland earned the Fellow designation from the National Association of Enrolled Agents for completing the three levels of the National Tax Practice Institute.

Once again, John M. Bagyi has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, as he has since 2007, when he was the youngest labor and employment lawyer in New York State to receive that recognition.

Nearly $2 million in Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program checks will be distributed across the state to expand the United States Department of Agriculture’s $1.5 million program and reach more seniors.


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