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Amsterdam Native Raises Money for Childhood Cancer, Becomes ‘Hometown Hero’

Juell Springs, of Amsterdam, really made the best of his final year of high school this past year when he orchestrated a school-wide fundraiser to raise money for children with cancer.

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Malta Woman Named a ‘Hometown Hero’ After Serving With USO

Jillian Ferron, of Malta, has been working as a USO member to ease the lives of soldiers by offering them a break from battlefields and allowing them to stay connected with their families.

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West Lebanon Cerebral Palsy Advocate a ‘Hometown Hero’

Veronica Alber, of West Lebanon, has been working on a project, not to enhance her own life but the life of her friend and personal hero.

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Firefighter Turned Marine a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Jordan Barach of Bethlehem, worked as a firefighter, EMT, and also serves as a Marine.

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Alex Lilac with a football.
Alex Lilac with a football.
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Friend Who Started Scholarship Fund in Memory of Hoosick Falls Native a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Alex Lilac raisedĀ $15,000 for a scholarship fund in memory of a Capital Region native who lost his life this year.

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24 year old Stephen Freiberger named a "Hometown Hero"
24 year old Stephen Freiberger named a "Hometown Hero"
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Civil Servant With Many Hats a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Stephen Freiberger, of Stillwater, has worked a multitude of jobs as a civil servant, including working as anĀ EMT, Army veteran, police officer, and firefighter.

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Oak Hill man named a "Hometown Hero"
Oak Hill man named a "Hometown Hero"
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Oak Hill Flight Paramedic a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Aidan O'Connor Jr., of Oak Hill, works as a flight paramedic for Lifenet of NY at the base located at the South Albany airport.

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Gerald Christie is this week's "Hometown Hero."
Gerald Christie is this week's "Hometown Hero."
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Halfmoon Man Who Raises Money for Kids to Attend College a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Gerald Christie, of Halfmoon, started a nonprofit organization to raise money for students who cannot afford to attend college. But what inspired him to start his generous organization may qualify him to be a "hero" in and of itself.

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Diana Wahid works as a housekeeper but had the surprise of her life when she delivered a baby.
Diana Wahid works as a housekeeper but had the surprise of her life when she delivered a baby.
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Schenectady Woman Delivers Baby in Apartment, Becomes a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Diana Wahid, of Schenectady, became what some may call a "hero" after she delivered a baby in her own apartment building.

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Jessica Painter of Albany is a "Hometown Hero"
Jessica Painter of Albany is a "Hometown Hero"
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Philanthropic Pet Photographer a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Jessica Painter, of Albany, works to give animals a second chance at life with new families. She does this by taking professional photographs of animals in shelters in hopes that those photographs will get the animals adopted

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Adrienne Wilson
Adrienne Wilson
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Community Servant of Troy a ‘Hometown Hero’

This week's "Hometown Hero," Adrienne Wilson, works to bring a sense of community to Troy. Fittingly, her nominator listed her occupation as a "community servant," reflecting the time and energy she puts into where she calls home

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Melissa Dubin
Melissa Dubin
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Guilderland Girl Scout Leader a ‘Hometown Hero’

Melissa Rosenthal-Dubin has been leading a troop of Girl Scouts for the past several years, showing passion for her troop and for her community.

When she's not helping her girls earn badges, the Guilderland resident also owns her own business and is raising four kids of her own

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