Kids had a small festival outside at the Bethlehem Children's School Greenfest on May 16.
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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.
To the Editor:
The citizens of Guilderland (parents in particular) have always demanded the best for the children, schools, libraries, sports, playgrounds, emergency response, etc., etc.
The Cleveland family competed last Saturday for attaining higher degrees in taekwondo. Related article.
State Farm Road was littered with pine needles when a tall tree fell toward the road on Aprill 11.
The clean fleece at the Applewood Acre sheep farm in Wright is pristine this time of year as new lambs are born.
Guilderland police officers and school officials are reminding drivers to be careful around school buses with flashing lights, or face high fines and penalties.
Between sights of snow piled high and green that greets the eye, a smush is often underfoot this time of year.
Second-graders at Altamont Elementary School have made signs that are posted along Picard road in New Scotland to alert motorists that salamanders may be crossing the road.
Scenes of musicians preparing and rehearsing for their New York State School Music Association evaluations could be seen at the Voorheesville high school last week.
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