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A Total Loss; Fire Destroys Hoosick Home

November 28, 2014 Leave a Comment 

by Steve Bradley A home at 27 Hampton Street in Hoosick was destroyed after fire broke out around 8:30 pm Saturday evening. The home was totally ablaze when firefighters arrived after the mutual alarm went out. It is believed the fire started in the chimney area of a fireplace. The home was located in the […]

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We’re Going To The Dome!

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Panthers Stop Millbrook In Their Tracks, 29 – 0 by Steve Bradley The Hoosick Falls Panthers headed down the Thruway last Saturday with the thoughts of a real struggle to earn the right to advance to the State championship game in Syracuse. This year they were playing a new opponent, the Millbrook Blazers, in the […]

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Then And Now

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by Mary Young  On October 25, 2014 our kindergarten class of 1959 had a 55 year class reunion. 

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Stalemate On Grafton Budget

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by Alex Brooks The Grafton Town Board held a budget workshop on Thursday November 20, but it didn’t last long. Councilman Rick Ungaro presented a series of changes to the budget and made a motion, seconded by Councilman Mike Crandall, to adopt these changes to the budget . The vote was 2-2, so the motion […]

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New Pellet Boiler At HFCS Almost Ready

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by Alex Brooks The Hoosick Falls School Board held a relatively brief meeting on Monday, November 24. Neither Superintendent Ken Facin nor the two principals were present. Board President Greg Laurin happily announced that all five of the fall sports teams had achieved “Scholar-Athlete” status, keeping grade point averages above 90.

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Petersburgh Veterans Appreciated

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by Sherry Bowman-Kluck The Petersburgh Veterans Memorial Community Center hosted its annual Veterans Potluck Dinner on Tuesday, November 11. The hall was bursting with approximately 150 community members, young and old, all focused on one common goal – the distinctive opportunity of coming together to celebrate those Petersburgh veterans who have given us the gift […]

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1,000 Units Of Blood Needed A Day In NY To Meet The Need

November 28, 2014 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Gail Smith As a result of the situation in Buffalo, the Red Cross needs to collect around 1,000 units of blood every day in New York and Pennsylvania to keep hospitals stocked. With western New York snowed in, the organization is calling on other areas to step up. Thirty blood drives had to […]

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Berlin High School Announces Award Winners

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Daughters of the American Revolution National Society 

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Seniors Entertained By Cloggers

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Cubs Collect Food

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