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BREAKING NEWS!! Banks Issuing Mortgages In Hoosick Falls Again

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Hoosick Falls Mayor David Borge announced today that the two banks that had stopped lending and refinancing due to the water crisis are now lending again.

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THIS JUST IN!! Hoosick Falls Water Gets The Thumbs Up From NYSDOH

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Hoosick Falls Mayor David Borge on New York State Department of Health’s Determination that Hoosick Falls Municipal Water is Safe for Drinking and Cooking “We’ve been waiting for this day for a long time. Tonight, for the first time in months, residents can use the water from their household taps without fear.

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Upbeat Mood At Hoosick Rising Meeting

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Positive Water News Feeds Hope Of Rebirth by Alex Brooks and Deb Alter The Hoosick Rising meeting, held at the Immaculate Conception Church Hall on Tuesday evening, March 22 was upbeat and forward-looking. Hopes were high that the Village and Town are, or will soon be, turning a corner. The meeting began with an update […]

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Last Phase Of PVMCC Handicapped Accessibility Project Is Underway

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Petersburgh’s Town Highway crew cut the pavement out around the front of the Petersburgh Veterans Memorial Community Center preparatory to re-grading it to make it fully handicapped accessible.

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Hall And Zlotnick Become Eagle Scouts

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

submitted by Andrew Zlotnick Troop 222 has announced that two of its scouts have earned the rank of Eagle Scout. On April 9 at 3 pm at the Berlin High School, the troop will celebrate a double Eagle Court of Honor for Trevar Hall and Michael Zlotnick. Trevar Hall completed his Eagle project for the […]

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Informational Meeting On PFOA In Petersburgh Water Is Scheduled For April 5 At 7 pm

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

by Alex Brooks The latest round of sampling of the Petersburgh Water District confirmed that the water from Well #2 is a higher concentration of PFOA than wells 5 and 6, which are shallower.

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Spring Sports Starts In Dramatic Fashion

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The HFCS spring sports season started off with a nail-biter when the Panthers gave up a goal with 8 seconds left in regulation, allowing Maple Hill to send the game into sudden death overtime with a 7-7 score.

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Grafton Town Board Action

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Budget Workshop In March? New Grafton Board Aims To Be Pro-Active By Doug La Rocque One plank of Grafton Town Supervisor Ingrid Gundrum’s campaign platform last fall was to promote a better understanding for all Town Board members of the annual budget. Her idea is that she and the Board should not simply formulate a […]

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Definitely Spring

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

[private] Wood frogs are hopping, quacking and laying eggs in the vernal pools of the area. This one sparkles in the sun as it swims.[/private]

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Heidi Hill To Talk On Colonial Dutch Food Customs

March 31, 2016 Leave a Comment 

Heidi Hill will give an illustrated talk, Sustenance and Style: Dining and Food Ways of the 17th Century Dutch in the Hudson Valley, on Monday, April 4, at 7:30 pm, at the Stephentown Historical Society’s Heritage Center, 5 Staples Road (corner of Garfield Road), Stephentown, New York. 

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