KNOX — Before he flew on missions around the world and lived in Denmark, Michael Morey worked as a teenage pump hand one summer at Margaret “Si” Stevens’s Mobil gas station that developed a reputation for its resistance to modernization.

Morey, 52, wants to re-open the property as a general store and, eventually, a gas station, similar to how Stevens ran the business. He plans to call it, “Knox Variety Store and Gas,” and to live at the store as Stevens had.


The concerns of long-time ambulance-squad volunteers must be heeded as the county seeks to fill the gaps — with a paid EMT — left by decreasing numbers of volunteers.


Prospect Hill Cemetery, which has been a town landmark since the 1850s, is facing financial difficulties.

New Scotland

Another new development is planned for New Scotland — a 22-lot subdivision off Route 85.


A rising soccer star, Jen Bartlett, who is embarking on the national level, may be exactly what Guilderland needs this fall.


Volunteer squads and town leaders generally agree to a plan to put a paid emergency medical technician on call in the Hilltowns, but some worry about squashing volunteer spirit and logistical considerations.


Riley Carlone raised a rabbit he loved, named Snickers, and was proud to see him judged best of breed.