Two cousins spent between 40 and 50 hours constructing a huge snowman, partly to attract enough attention to raise money for researching a common blood cancer.
Bowlers need focus, but they also need to be able to read oil patterns on the lane.
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Guilderland jumpers Harrison Bickmore and Zaviir Berry will be competing at States for indoor track after winning high-jump and triple jump titles in Section 2.
Guilderland basketball plays Christian Brothers Academy on Saturday for a spot in the Class AA semifinals.
After seven heartbreaking years of enduring a fatal disease, the Rodinos have friends that are still raising funds and raising hopes.
It's hard being a wrestler.
The Guilderville swimming team ended its season with a seventh place finish at the Section 2 Championships last weekend.
The Class AA basketball playoff field is tough, and, after getting rolled by Albany Academy this week, is Guilderland ready?
Locals don't know their ancestors' freedoms were defended in part by black patriots, says Aaron Mair, speaking of Albany County's only Revolutionary War battle.
GUILDERLAND — Jeffrey W. Webb, a man dedicated to his family and his job, died on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. He was 71.
Mr. Webb was born in Ossining, New York, the son of the late Wilbur W. and Ethel-Mae (née Pratt) Webb.
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