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.
RENSSELAERVILLE — The people wanted to sit inside, and, with a show of hands, so they did.
Once said to have been given a cold-shoulder, Dianne Sefcik is now embraced for her input on the long-awaited document.
Two fair workers — Daniel and Larry — see from their booths on the midway a chance to help others, through a shelter for battered women or the chance to ring the Kitty Striker.
Martin Dratz, 84, was brought in to address 194 violations of state record-keeping requirements found in Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s transportation department.
The interim superintendent wants to replace a Registered Nurse position with a Licensed Practical Nurse, freeing money for a plan to have home visits for early developmental needs.
The fourth annual Festival of Writers, Aug. 15 to 18, will bring together artists with international reputations and a love for the region.
Kevin Crosier, Helderberg Senior Services board member and supervisor of Berne, said a new site would be established with lower costs and a possible van for elderly patrons.
Marijo Dougherty, curator of the village archives and museum, has displayed an auto-racing poster for the upcoming Fair Week, as well as reproduced pictures of Lee Wallard, a famed dirt track racer who won the 1951 Indianapolis 500.
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