Berne

BERNE — The bridge carrying Route 443 over the Fox Creek in Berne closed on Monday, June 29, and is scheduled to re-open on Aug. 31 as part of an ongoing rehabilitation project.

Ron Barnell, Schenectady

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Terrice Bassler, a Berne native who has spent a career working on building education in developing nations across the world, will lead a group to work on the large project for a small town.

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BERNE — Jack McEneny's passion for history and his gift for storytelling are well known. He's had the role of county historian and written a history book on Albany, which was republished in 2006.  Jack knows a thing or two when it comes to the stories of our past.

Dawn Jordan, councilwoman, Town of Berne

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Defense attorney Paul Van Ryn complained that a witness changed her story so he wasn't able to prepare for the trial held in Berne on June 15.

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Pastor Wendy Cook, Helderberg Lutheran Church

Pastor Bob Hoffman, First Reformed Church of Berne

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Jeffrey Richards, a public defender, and Brittany Grome, an assistant district attorney, clashed briefly in the small court in Berne Tuesday.

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Raphael Revella, program manager at Helderberg Haven

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BERNE — As the sunny weather in the past week has sprouted seeds in backyards across the area, a couple is asking people to dig up their plants and bring them to the town park on May 16.

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