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GUILDERLAND — Worthy C. Cox Jr., a quick-witted man who was dedicated to his family and his fire department, died on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. He was 79.

He went “into the Arms of Our Lord,” wrote his family in a tribute.

Mr. Cox was born in Albany, the son of the late Worthy and Clara (née Bischoff) Cox.

Electric cars are clean, quiet, but need to be re-charged every day.

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Composting leaves and yard waste at home, or through town services, is a more environmentally friendly way to clear your yard this fall.

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The Guilderland Teachers’ Association held a back-to-school barbecue last Thursday at Tawasentha Park.

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GUILDERLAND — Scott LoBaido travels the country painting American flags in tribute to those who protect his freedom.

This week, he painted a three-dimensional mural on the brick wall of Town ‘N’ Country Lanes, on Western Avenue, to honor Major General Harold J. Greene, who was shot and killed in Afghanistan in August.

Tuesday's soccer game between Guilderland and Bethlehem was scoreless, but then Matt Schiller used his head.

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GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Town Board and the Altamont Village Board of Trustees each approved resolutions, with all affirming votes on Tuesday, to annex 52 acres of land from Guilderland to the village.

GUILDERLAND — Earlier this week, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office arrested a New York City resident for selling fake concert tickets through an online classified listing.

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The fifth annual Capital District Brain Injury Awareness Day was held at Tawasentha Park in Guilderland last week, where the audience was treated to music from The Brainwaves.

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