Jo E. Prout

In the 19th Congressional seat, incumbent Republican Chris Gibson is self-imposing term limits while contemplating a run for state office.

A new law will allow police access to child abuse records, and require an employee of the Office of Children and Family Services to be available to overrule denials of records by local social services, in the case of a missing child.

“Usage is doubling year over year,” said Rick Andras, a radio frequency engineer for Verizon Wireless.

The zoning board held a public hearing for Charles Shufelt's application to run an auto-repair garage — an application that was denied by the town’s building inspector.

In December, a family sets aside the mundane and reads about the magical.

Cynthia Elliott wants to replant her family's Scotch Hill Acres tree farm and use the site's enclosed pavilion as an outdoor banquet facility during the off season. 

Westerlo's tax rate is still unavailable, but is not expected to change much, according to Supervisor Richard Rapp. 

Residents voted Tuesday to replace Voorheesville's pool filtration system that was installed in 2002. The final cost to the district is expected to be $28,000.

The town's water tank has been repaired, after a random shot caused a disruption.

With a $10,000 grant, the Clayton A. Bouton High School will build its first robotics team and compete in March.


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