The mother charged with the murder of her son in Westerlo during the summer of 2012 accepted a plea deal of manslaughter. Her plea was not a direct admission of wrongdoing, but that the evidence against her was compelling.
The mammoth Allis-Chalmers combine parked inside Alexander Gordon's barn is the latest addition to his innovative operations. He is diving into the small-grains market riding his Gleaner F.
Numbers of revenue and tonnage of scrap metal from the Westerlo transfer station have fluctuated widely over the last four years.
Pamela Fenoff, a member of the Independence Party, beat Michael Hammond, a Democrat, for the Independence line for Knox supervisor ahead of the general election in November.
Two lower courts have ruled in favor of towns prohibiting oil and gas exploration, extraction, and development as part of their zoning laws.
In three instances, candidates didn’t file their paperwork on time and failed to secure endorsements before the Sept. 10 primaries.
Most cars were unlocked in resident's driveways and overnight, from Aug. 8 to 9. Items such as GPS units, sunglasses, and iPods were stolen.
A report recommended projects deemed too costly for the district currently dealing with library repairs. Interim Business Official Mark Kellett reported adjusted 2013-14 tax rates.
Amid the late-summer foot traffic and acoustic music, an East Berne lapidary and a 16-year-old carpenter displayed their crafts.
Councilman Nicholas Viscio suggested the board schedule a hearing on the district because he had news from the postal service, which left town nine months ago.
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