Sunday, February 25, 2018

Nolan Farm Loses Barn

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

By Steve Bradley The Nolan farm at Post Corners (corner of County Route 68 and Lincoln Hill Road) in White Creek lost the older part of a barn when fire raced through dry wood and hay.

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Wasaren League Boys

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

Hoosick Falls Boys Advance In Class C Sectionals By Steve Bradley and Doug La Rocque With a 63 – 36 win over Hadley-Lazurne Tuesday evening February 20, the second game of a sectional play double header with the HF girls, the Panthers move to the next round.

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Collision At Routes 279 / 7 Intersection

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

On a day when Route 7 / 279 was backed up from the stop light in Hoosick well past the Route 279 exit at Home Depot with out-of-area skiers, two vehicles owned by area residents collided at the Route 7 / Route 279 intersection.

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Outdoors With Trix

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

​Ice Melt? Snow. Rain. Ice. Snow. Rain. Ice.

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No Gen-X In Village Water

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

By Alex Brooks Since Saint-Gobain has said it discontinued the use of PFOA in its production process about 15 years ago, there has been speculation about what chemicals they are using now to replace it.

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Wasaren Girls Basketball

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

By Steve Bradley and Amy Modesti Panther Girls Move On The #5 seeded HFCS girls basketball team will move on in sectional play after they defeated #12 Duanesburg Tuesday February 20, 66 – 41, at HFCS.

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Stephentown ZBA Appointment

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

Legal Action Filed By Doug La Rocque and Thaddeus Flint Monday. February 19 was a very busy day in the Southeastern Rensselaer County town.

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Petersburgh Town Board

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

Taconic Reimburses Petersburgh For PFOA Expenses By Alex Brooks Petersburgh Supervisor Alan Webster said the Town has received a check from Taconic for $27,765 to reimburse it for various PFOA-related expenses.

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Threat To Berlin Middle/High School Deemed Not Credible

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

By Doug La Rocque A social media post (snapchat) by a 17 year old student at Berlin MS/HS on Thursday, February 15, was brought to the attention of school officials by another student at the school and deemed to be a possible threat against the school.

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Citizens At HFCS Meeting All Urge Capital Project Re-Vote

February 22, 2018 Leave a Comment 

By Alex Brooks The Hoosick Falls School Board began its meeting on February 15 hearing comments from residents of the District about what they would like the Board to do about the proposed Capital Project, which failed to win the approval of the voters last fall.

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