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The Leaning Garage Is Gone

July 26, 2013 Leave a Comment 

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Scuffle At Stewart’s In Berlin

July 26, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint A Berlin man was arrested for an incident that occurred outside the Berlin Stewart’s Shop earlier this month. According to State Police spokesman Mark Cepiel, Timothy Button was arrested on July 12 and charged with Assault 3d degree and Disorderly Conduct.  He was processed at the State Police station in Sand Lake and […]

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Infrastructure Improvements In Hoosick Falls

July 26, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson Summer is here and improvements are underway throughout the Village. River Road is closed at the Route 22 end as improvements are made to the road and the Hoosic River bank. Tentative completion date is August 16. Hoosick Falls

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Opposition Voiced To Amendments In Grafton

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by Alex Brooks The Grafton Town Board convened on Monday, July 22, to hold two public hearings on amending two local laws. The first one was to get public input on an amendment that would prohibit parking on Beach Road at Babcock Lake. Supervisor Frank Higgins said the amendment was proposed because an ambulance visit […]

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Picking The “Wrong Dog” In New Lebanon

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by Thaddeus Flint The anonymous flier or pamphlet has long been an integral part of American History and its politics. Sometimes being anonymous is important and the outcome beneficial. There was Thomas Paine’s anonymous pamphlet, “Common Sense,” which offered American colonists an argument for freedom from British rule. The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton, James […]

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Dr. Philip Martinez To Be Honored For Health Care Leadership

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by Bea Peterson Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) recently announced it will honor two distinguished individuals from the greater Bennington area at its annual Harvest Ball on Saturday, September 7. The Health System will recognize longtime Hoosick Falls physician Dr. Philip Martinez with the SVHC 2013 Health Care Leadership Award.

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Solar Panels Sprouting In Stephentown

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by David Flint Solar panels seem to be sprouting everywhere, on farms, firehouse roofs and residential homes. The Town of Stephentown is looking into installing them on the Town Hall, the Town Garage or at the Transfer Station. Stewart’s convenience stores has embarked on putting up a 600 kilowatt system on the roof of its […]

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Anne Yurewitch Reaches 100

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by Bea Peterson Loretta Young, Victor Mature, Tony Martin, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Rosa Parks, Bear Bryant and Jesse Owens were just a few of the people born in 1913. That year Woodrow Wilson was inaugurated as the 28th President. John D. Rockefeller gave $100 million to start the Rockefeller Foundation. The zipper was patented. […]

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Hoosick Falls U12 Softball Team Wins Tournament

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submitted by Bernard Davock The Hoosick Falls Girls U12 softball team had its sights set high for the hometown tournament July 12 to the 14. 

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Stephen Pelletier Awarded Eagle Scout Badge

July 26, 2013 Leave a Comment 

by David Flint In a Court of Honor ceremony at the Poestenkill Fire Company on Sunday, June 23, Stephen Pelletier of Berlin was awarded Scouting’s highest honor, the Eagle Scout badge. At age 14, Stephen is one of the youngest in Troop 528 to earn the rank of Eagle. The average age across the country […]

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