Friday, November 24, 2017

Gruesome Crash On The Taconic Trail Claims A Life

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Deputies say an Albany man was traveling way to fast on Route 2 (Taconic Trail) Sunday, September 24 when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a tractor parked off the road in a pull off.

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It Was A Real Hullabaloo In Hoosick

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque The good folks of Hoosick Falls and surrounding towns gathered for the third time this past weekend, for music, great food and drink, a parade and generally just a change to kick back and enjoy their village.

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Brunswick Development Moves Ahead Along Route 7

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque A trip down busy Route 7 in Brunswick these days shows lot of demolition going on, soon to be followed in most cases by the construction of new business ventures.

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Annual Bark & Brew Nothing To Howl At

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque Upwards of 200 dogs brought their owners out this past Saturday to the Grafton Lakes State Park for the annual Bark & Brew.

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Berlin CSD Board

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

New Capital Project In The Works By Doug La Rocque The Superintendent of the Berlin Central School District, Dr. Stephen Young, told those in attendance at the Tuesday, September 19 School Board meeting, that the district has hired both a Construction Manager and a Architect.

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Town Judge Pierce Hoyt Resigns

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque Last Monday, September 18, Grafton Town Justice Pierce Hoyt submitted his resignation, and it set off a flurry of political moves, charges and denials.

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Redoing The Recently Passed Dog Law

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Thaddeus Flint It was dogs, roads, money, and power lines at the Stephentown Board meeting Tuesday, September 19. Some residents might recall that Stephentown recently passed a new dog licensing law. Well, they are going to do it again.

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Enrollment Is Up, Sports Participation Is Down

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Alex Brooks At the New Lebanon School Board meeting on September 20, Walter B Howard Elementary School (WBH) Principal Andrew Kourt reported that enrollment at WBH is up by 25 students over last year, which was a welcome change.

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Break In Prompts An Emergency Meeting

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Thaddeus Flint There were two Town Board meetings in New Lebanon last week. The regular monthly meeting and an emergency meeting held as a result of a break-in at the Town Hall.

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Up Close And Personal

September 28, 2017 Leave a Comment 

By Amy Modesti The second time was the charm for upand coming painter and visual artist, Karryn Cristi. Friends, family, and patrons gathered together to support Cristi during her opening reception for her sophomore art exhibition, Up Close And Personal, The Works Of Karryn Cristi.

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