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Memorial Aviary At Berkshire Bird Paradise

March 29, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson The entryway to the Berkshire Bird Paradise will soon be beautified and enhanced, an elaborate cage will be constructed and a barn will become a bird museum. This will all happen as a result of a New York City woman who loved a Rock Dove/Pigeon named Puffy. When Puffy died his owner […]

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Summer Camp Topic Of Special Board Meeting

March 29, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson The Town of Hoosick Board held a special workshop meeting on Thursday, March 20, to discuss the Town’s Summer Camp program. Supervisor Mark Surdam, Deputy Supervisor Jeff Wysocki and Councilman Bruce Patire were in attendance. Councilman Dave Sutton was out of town. Patire started the discussion by saying “I will not be […]

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TRACS Meeting On Heroin Problem

March 29, 2014 1 Comment 

By Thaddeus Flint An announcement a few weeks back by New Lebanon Town Councilman Matt Larabee that heroin and hypodermic needles had been found on a roadside next to a grave yard managed to get some attention lately in the digital world. But a local anti-drugs coalition is still finding it difficult to get residents […]

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Night Kitchen Farm Puts Hathaway’s Drive In Over Goal

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by Bea Peterson Duane and Betsy Greenawalt recently announced that Hathaway’s Drive In will open with new digital cinema and sound on Friday, April 25, weather permitting. Duane said, though they had raised more than half of the necessary funds, they anticipated being closed this season and raising the rest of the money through the […]

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Gayle Donohue Promoted

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by Bea Peterson Williams College Director of Dining Services Robert Volpi recently announced that, after a national search, which attracted a lot of interest, and included a wide range of student, faculty and staff involvement, Gayle Donohue has been appointed the Assistant Director of Student Dining. Donohue began her career at Williams in July 2005 […]

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Magical Storybook Program For April Vacation

March 29, 2014 Leave a Comment 

Time to Register Your Child for HAYC3’s “Magical Storybook” April Vacation Enrichment Program This spring break, send your child on a funtastical journey via books and stories at HAYC3’s April School Vacation Enrichment Program. “Once Upon a Story Book, Spring Edition” is a week of exploring and discovering contemporary and classic stories, fairy tales, and […]

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St. Mary’s Academy Spring Auction Is Coming Soon!

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St. Mary’s Academy will be having its annual Spring Auction on Saturday, April 5. There will be a silent auction as well as a live auction hosted by Ron Seifert, Hoosick Falls Auctioneer. Doors will open at 6:00 pm for a preview of the items, and the live auction will begin at 7:00 pm. Come […]

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Jim Sutton In Hall Of Fame

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by Bea Peterson During the recent February/March NYS High School Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center in Albany, long time Wrestling Coach Jim Sutton was inducted into the NYS High School Wrestling Hall of Fame. Sutton, a high school and college wrestler, began his wrestling coaching career at Hoosick Falls Central School under Coach […]

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Shrek The Musical at HFCS Free Fun for All Ages

March 29, 2014 Leave a Comment 

The Hoosick Falls Central School Drama Club will present Shrek The Musical on Friday April 4th, Saturday April 5th, and Sunday the 6th.  Thanks to the continuing support by the school, the Drama Club continues to offer free admission! In keeping with the 2001 movie, the story follows everybody’s favorite lovable green ogre as he […]

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Karen & Charlie Bring New Business To Berlin

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by David Flint The building on the southwest corner of Route 22 and Elm Street in Berlin has been through a number of rebirths. Back in the 1960’s it was a popular little eatery called the Lunchbox. Later it was a video store and then a pizza place. For a number of years it also […]

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