Dutch tennis won its third straight title last week, and fourth in five years.
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It's a three-peat for the Dutchmen tennis team.
"It still comes out to about five to seven dollars an hour," Nivene Rophael said of cake-making profits. "I'm very detail-oriented."
Nivene Rophael has been making cakes completely by hand, customized for their occasions, from her home ever since she saw the price tag of a Finding Nemo cake for her son's birthday.
Fazana Ismail says kids who help out at her birthday parties for homeless children come to realize "These kids are just like them."
Rosemary C. Revoir, president of the Guilderland Library Foundation
Timothy Wiles, Guilderland Public Library director
GUILDERLAND CENTER — At the May 21 meeting of the Guilderland Historical Society, Dr. Galen B.
Dutchmen lacrosse has been inconsistent on offense this season. Tuesday's home loss to Shaker dropped the team to 6-9.
The Dutch played well, but not well enough to win.
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