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Bethlehem holds off Ballston Spa 26-21- Photo Gallery

In high school football action, Bethlehem wins at Ballston Spa on Sept. 12 26-21. These are photos from the game.

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Football: Voorheesville spoils Watervliet's home opener

Denman rushed for three touchdowns in Blackbirds' victory

The first Friday night football game in Watervliet did not go the way the Cannoneers planned.

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Cross country: Emily Burns out-kicks Peyton Engborg for first place

Saratoga girls, Guilderland boys win Springstead Invitational team titles

Emily Burns has a finishing kick few Section 2 cross country runners possess.

Making sure you saw it

Guilderland native builds website to crowd source online video; launches Indiegogo campaign

There is a seemingly endless stream of videos across the Internet, but a Guilderland native is hoping to make finding the best videos an engaging and simple experience.

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John Boyd Thacher: The man behind the park

John Boyd Thacher is the namesake of the New York state park in which the geologic wonders, fossil record, and scenic beauty of the Helderberg Escarpment are preserved for all time. The preservation of the area for scientific value and public use was a logical culmination of the life of a man dedicated to exploration, preservation and the public good.

South Colonie adopts tax levy

After a tough year of budgeting resulted in the loss of a well-liked physical education teacher and football coach, among other positions, the South Colonie Central School District’s growth and assessment rate increase came in lower than projected in the spring.

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Unearthing a hidden talent

Delmar woman lets her creative side out and publishes her first book

Patricia Cleary of Delmar flirts a little with her own reality in a fictional life she created in her recent book, “Beneath the Roses.”

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Guilderland Community Fest to benefit local family

Music, food, and fun for a great cause at Tawasentha Park

When a community member is in need of help, the Town of Guilderland rises to the occasion. That is exactly what has happened at the past two Guilderland Community Festivals.

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Colonie honors local firefighter

Patrick O’Connor helped save three people suffering from cardiac arrest

Nearly a year after the most recent resuscitation, a local firefighter and Town of Colonie 911 dispatcher was honored for his involvement in saving three people suffering from cardiac arrest.

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Boys soccer: Guilderland off to improbable start

Young Dutchmen remain unbeaten following victory at Niskayuna

To hear Guilderland boys soccer coach Mike Kinnally describe his team's 3-0-1 start, one would think he was talking about a program that never had much success before this season, rather than one coming off a Section 2 Class AA championship and a state semifinal appearance.

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More room to stretch your legs

New connector path in Latham grants greater access to Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Path

Before town officials and engineers had even arrived for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, people were already out enjoying the path, walking their dogs and riding bikes.

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Injury gives author time to write

Delmar resident pens novel about people trying to survive worldwide outbreak

Shawn Purcell always knew he wanted to write a novel.

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Many voices for new tobacco rules

Proposed law would outlaw sales at pharmacies

A public hearing for a county law that would ban cigarette sales in some stores drew a crowd of mostly anti-tobacco supporters to voice their opinions.

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Listen to Cassandra

Musical at Proctors inspired by Schenectady man’s own experience with the fickle dot-com bubble

In Greek mythology, when Cassandra, the princess of Troy who was had the gift of foresight, tried to warn the people that the city of Troy would be destroyed in the Trojan War, her dire predictions were ignored. A large wooden horse opened up one night and Spartan soldiers spilled out to attack the city.