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CLARKSVILLE — Mary Ann Hendrickson, a woman devoted to her family and her community, was both a fighter and a giver. She died on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. She was 74.

Leadership is changing in the school district as the superintendent retires and the middle-school principal becomes the business administrator.

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After the county and town made resolutions, the company proposing a gas pipeline has agreed to hold a public meeting to answer residents' questions.

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The councilman who championed saving a mammoth historic barn was near tears as he told the town board there was no one interested in paying to have it moved.

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The money, obtained by the Open Space Institute, will be spent on “exhibitry and other interpretive projects to help people understand" the park's geology and history.

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Kids here got a chance on Saturday to do what adults across the Americas have been doing for 115 years — going afield in the winter for the annual Christmas Bird Count.

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In 2011, Anne Pope, the regional NAACP director, and five other individuals commenced a lawsuit to challenge the redistricting of the Albany County Legislature based upon the 2010 federal census.

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Residents here worked to preserve their history and their natural surroundings this year, while also preparing for future expansion and addressing current needs.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Voorheesville residents continued to enjoy the same quality of life as always, but paid a little bit more for it: 2014 marked the first time that the village exceeded the state-mandated 2-percent levy cap on property taxes, raising them 5 percent.

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FEURA BUSH — A Feura Bush resident, Rodolfo Rios, 52, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to first-degree attempted robbery in Albany County Supreme Court, only a year after being released from state prison for armed robbery.

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