Archives for November 2009
by David Flint
Beacon Power Corporation has finally broken ground for the world’s first full scale 20-megawatt flywheel based frequency regulation plant. [Read more…] about Ground Breaking In Stephentown For The World’s First Flywheel Based Frequency Regulation Plant
by Bea Peterson
What a season for HFCS Field Hockey and Football! Each team, through their effort, dedication and hard work made it to the NY State Final Four. The Field Hockey run ended on Friday, November 20, at Vestal High School. The Football run ended on Saturday, November 21, in Kingston.
[Read more…] about A Great Fall Sports Season For HFCS
by David Flint
Chad Rubin, the North Adams man who five years ago held up the Fleet Bank in Berlin, was indicted last month by a Rensselaer County grand jury on charges of criminal solicitation and conspiracy. [Read more…] about Berlin Bank Robber Plots Revenge
by Alex Brooks
At the Hoosick Falls School District Board meeting on Monday night, Physical Education Teacher Lisa Ferrannini outlined a plan for developing a lacrosse program at Hoosick Falls Central. [Read more…] about HFCS Works Towards Lacrosse Program
Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino has announced what the County Department of Health is doing to help stop the spread of the H1N1 virus and what we all can do as individuals to protect ourselves and loved ones from the virus.
[Read more…] about The County Versus H1N1
Members of the Rensselaer County Legislature welcomed completion of the agreement to protect the historic farm that was once the home of world renowned folk artist Grandma Moses.
[Read more…] about County Welcomes Completion Of Historic Moses Farm Protection
by Andrew Zlotnick
At a much better attended meeting at the Berlin Elementary School on Tuesday night than the last meeting on November 16, the residents of the Berlin School District heard a more thorough presentation by the school administration detailing the proposed $19,705 million building project. [Read more…] about BCSD Renovation Project Forum
by Gary Danforth
When you win a league title you should feel good about yourself. When you win a sectional championship you should feel very good about yourself. When you win a state regional championship you should feel like you’re on top of the world. And, if you fall one point short of going to the Syracuse Carrier Dome to play for the New York State Class C championship, you’ll most likely have a lot of good stories to tell your friends, neighbors, family, children and grandchildren some day. [Read more…] about Panther Football Comes Up Short In State Semi-Final
by Bea Peterson
Port Jefferson scored first in the NY Class C semifinal game on Friday, November 20, at Vestal High School. Samantha Skott, with an assist from Rachel Quackenbush, managed to even the score just minutes later. Port Jefferson, however, struck again before the half was over. During the second half HF worked hard to scored again, but it didn’t happen. [Read more…] about HF Field Hockey Journey Ends At The Final Four