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The public got a look at how to preempt risk, with simulated impairment goggles and talks with safety experts at the Traffic Safety Awareness event at Crossgates Mall in Guilderland last weekend.

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With bright fall leaves as a backdrop to the Rensselaerville hamlet, local residents came out Sunday in colorful ways themselves, cheering on the cyclists who passed through on the town’s first Gran Fondo and cycling festival.

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Students from Altamont Cooperative Preschool visited Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland to celebrate fall.

At Lynnwood Elementary School last Friday afternoon, children raced through the forest during the annual Apple Fun Run. 

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Intrigued by history, John Boyd Thacher Park aficionados weathered Saturday’s rain to celebrate the state park’s centennial.

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

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At 75 years, the Rensselaerville Volunteer Fire Department showed little weariness Saturday. The ceremonial moments at the all-day celebration had the air and intimacy of a family reunion that ended with music and fireworks.

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A memorial placed on Robert Furnia’s lawn in Delanson Saturday is a customary symbol in military ceremony. Dog tags hung from a hard rubber training rifle that balanced a helmet on top and stood between a pair of military boots.

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Kids are captivated by a variety of challenges among the bright lights and stuffed animals at the fair.

The Altamont Fair makes agriculture real for city kids and country kids alike.

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