Hilltowns

Police found a stun gun in Shawn Duncan's home in May, a violation of his probation which has since been withdrawn. The warrant used to search his home was based on interviews with family members after their horse was found killed by an arrow in Westerlo.

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PRESTON HOLLOW — The greenhouse on Route 145 will hold chrysanthemums and baked goods to bring people together at the Preston Hollow Beautification Committee’s annual fundraiser on Sept. 26 and 27.

At 75 years, the Rensselaerville Volunteer Fire Department showed little weariness Saturday. The ceremonial moments at the all-day celebration had the air and intimacy of a family reunion that ended with music and fireworks.

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Five of Marcia Pangburn's neighbors from Thompsons Lake  sat with her as she waited in court.

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BERNE — Richard J. Lyons liked making corny jokes but he also had a serious commitment to his work, his religion, and most of all his family.

To the Editor:

We wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all the wonderful people in our community who supported our back-to-school program so generously. We are so touched by the amount of support we received.

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Monday, Sept. 1, was still a melancholy day for me. I seemed to be in the grieving mood all morning.

Brandon and Jenn picked up Samson and Nichole in Schoharie and drove to Leonard Hill Water Tower in Broome County. They enjoyed the beautiful view and the invigorating hike.

The 350 acres of parkland donated by Emma Treadwell Thacher a century ago has grown to now include 2,400 acres open to the public on the edge of the Helderberg escarpment.

WESTERLO — Gerald “Pete” Woodruff, an easy-going man who owned and ran Woodruff’s Store with his wife, died on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014 at Albany Medical Center as the result of a massive stroke. He was 84.

Reviving the historic property — used as a community park, a summer hotel, and a christian retreat in Berne — along Route 443 has been complicated by an expensive demolition.

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