H. Rose Schneider

After a number of abstentions stalled appointment of a board member’s wife as a substitute teacher, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board appointed Carli Elble with four votes in favor and only one abstention from her husband.

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The Albany County Legislature passed a bill that would ban “conversion therapy” for minors.

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The shared decision-making teams that will discuss the district code of conduct are scheduled to meet on July 20 and July 30.

Graduates of Berne-Knox-Westerlo Class left their commencement ceremony with memories of service to others, and of the communities that brought them this far.

Marcy Forti is Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s Class of 2018 valedictorian. With two siblings who had gone before her as valedictorian, she stood out by helping to found two clubs at BKW and by pursuing a career in biochemistry in order to help people and animals.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo salutatorian Cailyn Toomey is looking ahead to a career in teaching students in need, whether in the Albany area or overseas.

Before they donned their caps and gowns, four Berne-Knox-Westerlo graduates were able to put on their black helmets as certified interior and exterior firefighters for the Westerlo Volunteer Fire Company.

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After a classmate’s diagnosis of cancer, Berne-Knox-Westerlo seniors rallied to raise money for her.

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Mid-Hudson Data Corporation is set to occupy the Albany County Sheriff’s radio tower on Edwards Hill Road.

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Nelson Kent, a former tenant of Switzkill Farm who was made to leave the town property in February, was appointed its live-in caretaker by the Berne Town Board

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