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It Rained On The Parade But Memorial Day In Hoosick Falls Is Not Washed Out

May 30, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson In advance of Memorial Day the weather forecasters were saying that Monday was going to be the best day of the long weekend. Well, they were wrong. At least in Hoosick Falls they were wrong. It rained. It rained when the wreaths were placed at the monuments in Wood Park. It rained […]

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Segment Of Route 2 In Petersburgh To Close Friday Night Until Saturday Night

May 30, 2014 Leave a Comment 

 from the NYS DOT Motorists are advised that Route 2 in Petersburgh will be closed between its two intersections with East Hollow Road (County Route 91) from Friday at 8 pm until Saturday at 8 pm as part of an ongoing slope repair project. The closure covers approximately three-quarters of a mile of Route 2.

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HAYC3 Sponsors A Follow-Up Town Hall Meeting About Heroin And Drug Abuse

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submitted by Deb Alter On Thursday, June 5, at 7 pm, the HAYC3 Community Coalition will hold a second Town Hall Meeting at The HAYC3 Armory in Hoosick Falls regarding the recent rise in heroin, prescription drug and other substance abuse in our community and region. This meeting will feature doctors and other health care […]

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New Lebanon High School Teacher Selected For NYS Master Teacher Program

May 30, 2014 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Mary Prusak, Communications Specialist, New Lebanon CSD New Lebanon High School math teacher Dolores Storey has been selected for the New York State Master Teacher Program. Storey, a Ravena resident, joins the 104 Master Teachers announced in October 2013, bringing the total number of Master Teachers in New York to 319, representative of […]

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Petersburgh Boy Scout Troop 222 Respects The Sacrifices Of Our Military Men And Women

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An Alert Hoosick Falls Citizen Helps Nab Alleged Thief

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by Bea Peterson According to Hoosick Falls Police Chief Robert Ashe, on Thursday, May 22, the Police Department investigated a report of a Larceny of items that consisted of guard rails, pipe valves and assorted pipe from the fenced in Hoosick Falls Village Highway yard. The items were being stored for use in construction projects […]

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Town Of Hoosick Planning Board Action – Quorum Call

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by Bea Peterson At 7:30 on Monday, May 19, it was as quiet as a church in the room where the Town of Hoosick Planning Board was to meet. Several people were waiting to address the Board, but there was not a quorum. Daryl Cipperly, John Cooney and Chairman Jim Dunigan were present, as was […]

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Patriot Flight Veterans From Hoosick Falls

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President Of Clarkson University To Speak At Hoosac School Graduation

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from Nancy LaPorte, the Hoosac School The Hoosac School Class of 2014 will be graduating on Saturday, June 7, at 11 am.  This fine group of students, comprised of young men and women from all over the world, will be the 125th class to graduate from the Hoosac School. Hoosac is pleased to announce that […]

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S’Up Buttercup?

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