Friday, August 26, 2016

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Getting Ready For The New Year

by Thaddeus Flint

As a new school year closes in, the August meeting of the Berlin Central School Board last Tuesday was a short one, focusing mostly on how the school administrators are finalizing their plans for a successful new year. (more…)


​Berlin Underground

​Berlin Underground

Sarah Harris of Troy was part of a group exploring Bentley’s Cavern in Berlin on Saturday, August 13. (more…)


Taxes To Drop In The New Lebanon School District

by Bob Gallucci

New Lebanon Central School Business Manager Michael Los said thanks in part to adding the Love’s Truck Stop to the tax rolls and good financial management of the District, all five towns in the District will see a slight decrease in the tax levy. (more…)


Lost Hiker Found On Taconic Trail

State Police in Brunswick were notified of a lost hiker on the Taconic Trail in Petersburgh on Sunday evening, August 21 by the hiker’s girlfriend. (more…)


Solar Committee Completes Its Report

by Alex Brooks

At the August 8 meeting of the Hoosick Town Board, Jeff Wysocki told the Board The Solar Committee, which consists now of only himself, Andy Beaty and Adria Diel, has completed its Report offering recommendations for regulation of solar installations. (more…)


Both Parties Pick Their Candidates For  Grafton Town Board Special Election

Both Parties Pick Their Candidates For Grafton Town Board Special Election

 

By Doug La Rocque

This November residents of Grafton are being asked to choose a person to fill out the remaining one year on Ingrid Gundrum’s Board term that was vacated when Gundrum became Town Supervisor on January 1 of this year. (more…)


State of the Schools Report Is Out

by Alex Brooks

The Hoosick Falls School Board released its State of the Schools report at its August 11 meeting, and the tone was quite different from that of some of these presentations in the past. Schools Superintendent Ken Facin said, “We have some concerns.” (more…)


Senate Announces Hoosick Falls Water Quality Hearing To Be Held August 30

 Lawmakers Are Expected To Hear From Government Officials And Other Experts

Public Also Will Be Given The Opportunity To Tell Their Personal Stories And Offer Comments

New York State Senate Health Committee Chairman Kemp Hannon (R-C-I,Nassau) and Senate Environmental Conservation Committee Chairman Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) have announced that the hearing examining PFOA drinking water contamination in the Hoosick Falls area will be held at 10:30 am on Tuesday, August 30, at the Hoosick Falls High School, 21187 NY-22, in Hoosick Falls. (more…)


Pittstown Thieves Leave No Signs

State Police in Brunswick are asking for assistance from the public for information related to seventeen road signs that have disappeared from roadways in Pittstown over a 30 day period. (more…)


197th Annual Schaghticoke Fair Opens Wednesday Aug. 31

197th Annual Schaghticoke Fair Opens Wednesday Aug. 31

By Doug La Rocque

The approach of Labor Day weekend may signal that the close of summer is near, but not the end of summer fun. (more…)


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