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Charles Wiff


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Down the rabbit hole

UAlbany to host unconventional performance written in Iran

"White Rabbit, Red Rabbit" has been performed all over the world and in 15 languages, but in each instance a different actor has staged it without a director, a set or even preparation.

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Firefighters respond to Slingerlands home

Firefighters rushed to a Slingerlands home this afternoon, closing off a portion of New Scotland Road near the Route 85 roundabout.

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Gallery: Selkirk Fire Department 9/11 Honor and Remembrance Ceremony

Members of the Selkirk Fire Department were joined by members of the Elsmere and Delmar fire departments in a ceremony on the evening of Sept. 11, 2013, to honor the lives lost in the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The names of the 343 firefighters that perished were read by the firefighters and members of the public.

Police arrest alleged bank robber

Police catch up with Victor Shear in South Carolina

Police in South Carolina have apprehended the man who allegedly robbed a Slingerlands Trustco Bank last week.

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Kids hit the floor running

Officials, campers excited for new sporting surface at Bethlehem YMCA

The Bethlehem YMCA has a new sports surface that will help expand its recreational offerings to kids and adults.

Candidate’s past comes to light

GOP finds evidence King resides in Coxsackie and has criminal record

Bethlehem supervisor hopeful Jared King has been tossed from the county voter rolls, simultaneously ejecting him from his seat on the Albany County Republican Committee and impacting his chances to appear in the fall elections.

Candidate under fire from own party

GOP serves supervisor hopeful Jared King with accusatory letter

Republican and Bethlehem supervisor hopeful Jared King is on the outs with his own party.

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A trail of troubles

For local landowner, ATV trespassing hints at a broad, complicated issue

ATVs trespassing on private land is a growing problem, and one that has real consequences for some landowners.

Town grants stipend to acting highway head

Interim super will be compensated for rest of 2013

The Town of Bethlehem will be compensating Interim Highway Superintendent Erik Deyoe with a $10,000 stipend for his work to help transition the department to the control of a leader voters will select in November.

Bethlehem's budget outlook good

Leaf collection fee taken off the table

After the tax levy went up by 8 percent this year, officials in the Town of Bethlehem are painting a much rosier picture for the coming budget cycle.

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