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Shirley And Ivan Wager Honored For Years Of Service

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Shirley and Ivan Wager appeared a bit overwhelmed by the standing ovation given them at the conclusion of a ceremony that included the presentation of plaques and certificates from the U.S. Congress, the NYS Senate and Assembly, Rensselaer County, the Town of Berlin and several Firefighting organizations. In expressing his appreciation to […]

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The Presentation Of Options For The Village Of Hoosick Falls Dissolution Plan

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

from the Village Clerk Residents of the Village of Hoosick Falls are invited to a public meeting on Wednesday, October 10, for a presentation of the Committee’s Options for the Future of Hoosick Falls, including a description of options for potential dissolution of the Village. The meeting will be held at 6 pm at the […]

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Berlin Town Board Action, Part Two – How To Replace The Berlin Bank Of America

September 28, 2012 1 Comment 

by Kieron Kramer The Town of Berlin is changing willy-nilly. At the Town Board meeting on Thursday, September 13, the future of the Watipi Building was discussed. This was followed by an open discussion at the end of the meeting concerning the recent news that the Bank of America is leaving Berlin. Berliners expressed their […]

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Hoosick Planning Board Meets And Approves Two Simple Subdivisions

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Edward Hanselman and his son appeared before the Board at its special meeting on Monday, September 25, regarding 17 acres on Bovie Hill Road. The Board first approved a boundary line adjustment on the property and then approved the division of the property into two lots for a simple subdivision. Paul Lemperle […]

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HFCS Finds New Money

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks Hoosick Falls Schools Superintendent Ken Facin said at the September meeting of the Hoosick Falls School Board that he had received a letter containing an additional $15,000 in State aid for the District for “general purposes,” which he found both pleasing and puzzling. He suggested to the Board that one possible use […]

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Stephentown Man Stabs His Brother

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

from the NY State Police The New York State Police out of Schodack arrested Christopher Beckwith, 28, of Stephentown for Assault 1st and Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd, both felonies. At approximately 4 am on Saturday, September 22, State Police responded to a 911 call at a Sutherland Road address in the town of […]

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Hoosick Falls Man Arrested For Rape

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

from the Hoosick Falls Police Department On Monday, September 24, at around 3:30 pm the Hoosick FallsĀ  Police Department responded to a reported unknown problem at a residence on Church Street in Hoosick Falls. Upon the arrival of patrols, a 21 year old man was located in a bedroom. The male subject refused to exit […]

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R.M. Bacon Has A Perfect New Home On South Street

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson “Everything happens for a reason,” said Mike Bacon, standing at the entrance of his state of the art 5,000 square foot business office, garage and repair shop on South Street in Hoosick. It was almost two years ago he got a call that there was a damaging fire at his former Spicer […]

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Pumpkinpalooza This Weekend And The Gnome Is Found

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Pumpkinpalooza 4 takes place this weekend with a cornucopia of activities in Hoosick Falls, mostly in Wood Park, starting at 8 am and lasting until 11 pm. There is fun for everyone. As part of Pumpkinpalooza 4 HAYC3 invited residents to search for and find the hidden Gnome. On Saturday the finder […]

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Girl Scout Spelunking Adventure

September 28, 2012 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Sue Cass Stephentown Senior Girl scout Troop 1120 recently spent the afternoon crawling, climbing and swimming through deep underground caves during a spelunking adventure at the Natural Stone Bridge Caves in Pottersville, NY.

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