Jo E. Prout

Camp and family will memorialize the former director, who had "an evangelistic heart."

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Albany County Legislator Herbert W. Reilly Jr. will face Bethlehem Town Councilman William Reinhardt as members of the Democratic Party caucus this week.

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A Memorial Day weekend camping party found one of its group dead in the campfire and badly burned on Monday morning.

Voters also passed a $22.8 million Voorheesville school budget and a $1.1 million library budget.

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Highway Superintendent Kenneth Guyer said residents should not be uncomfortable in their own parks, after a dog attack in April highlighted loose leash laws.

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County legislator L. Michael Mackey said this week that Kinder Morgan attorneys he spoke with “agreed with me this may well result in less blasting, and the use of other technology when the pipeline comes through."

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Dr. Alan R.McCartney, despite charges, persevered and remained true to his calling as an educator.

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DJK Holdings came before the planning board in April to request the use of 15.6 acres at 1120 Delaware Turnpike as a nursery for plants — a use allowed in the residential hamlet zone. A 24-foot-by-24-foot pole barn is also planned for the property to be used for sales.

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The library board has proposed a $1.15 million budget that includes increasing and enriching services, and keeping costs under control, according to library Director Gail Alter Sacco.

The New Scotland Democratic Party committee is backing a member of the Independence Party, Douglas LaGrange. Republicans also plan to put up a candidate for the supervisor's race this fall.

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