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Losing most of its experienced skill set to graduation, the current Guilderland football team is making changes. 

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Guilderland Police Explorer Post Sergeant Chrystal Tinney won an award for second place in the D.U.I. Enforcement category and received a medal at the Cadet Police Academy.

Temporary homes were set up in Tawasentha Park in Guilderland, fulfilling pledges to help Habitat for Humanity.

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Katie Marcella, a 2003 graduate of Guilderland High School, has been named the new women's basketball coach at Monmouth College. She’s the 10th coach in the history of the Division III program.

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Aaron Cahill is an American citizen, but he also plays lacrosse for Team Ireland.

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GUILDERLAND — Salvatore R. Dinovo, better known as Bob, a United States Navy veteran and long-time member of the Westmere Fire Department, died on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. He was 78.

Mr. Dinovo was born in Albany, the son of the late August and Rose Sgarlata Dinovo. He lived in Guilderland all of his life.

The Tech Valley High School formed seven years ago to focus on project-based learning for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, has a permanent place at the Albany NanoTech Complex.

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“We actually started as more of a holistic health practice 35 years ago,” said Father Peter Young this week. “We’re sort of trying to go back to our roots now.”

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A rising soccer star, Jen Bartlett, who is embarking on the national level, may be exactly what Guilderland needs this fall.

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GUILDERLAND — Major General Harold J. Greene, who was shot and killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday, was, from a young age, someone who could command a crowd.

His father, Harold F. Greene, recalled to The Enterprise the days in the hospital just after his son’s birth, 55 years ago.

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