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Guilderland was a lens for national issues in 2014, home to the first general killed in combat since Vietnam, the place where a Chinese family was murdered, and where an addict was accused of burglary before hanging himself in jail.

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The Guilderland basketball team is off to a hot start with no losses.

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The love for hockey kept the Storm alive.

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Sinterklaas visited with guests at the annual Greens Show put on by the Guilderland Garden Club last weekend at the historic Mynderse-Frederick House.

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Mill Hollow Condominiums, a senior-housing complex, joined agreed to have the headquarters of Guilderland's senior services located in its community building.

The town board put off making a decision on the rezone on Western Avenue, again.

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McKownville residents are afraid a medical building would detract from the residential feel of their area.

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Change can be a good thing.

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There are plenty of new faces for the Guilderland basketball team — including the head coach — but the foundation doesn't have to be rebuilt.  

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Kaitlyn Drobner last Thursday said she came up with the coat drive Katie’s Koats, now in its third year, when she visited New York City and saw a homeless veteran.

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