Jo E. Prout

When the director of the Altamont Free Library was choosing whether to take the job in the village 10 years ago, she thought of her choice as between working in a cubicle or reading to children.

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Of all the bugs Jesse Hyler has encountered in his work through All Star Pest Solutions, he says none have infested his own home.

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Charles Giglio teaches life when he teaches Latin.

“I try to link the present and the past,” he said; that includes “philosophy, theology, medicine, law, art, and architecture.”

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So here’s a can of worms for Enterprise readers to discuss: It’s Diaper Need Awareness Week in New York City, Massachusetts, Connecticut, 22 other states, and 70 other cities across the country, and diaper banks are soliciting disposable diapers and money.

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ALTAMONT – The village’s own Mio Vino Wine Bar and Bistro is hosting a Farm to Table Expo at Orsini Park on Sept. 14, where visitors can meet local purveyors and enjoy free barbecue.

VOORHEESVILLE – Parishioners at St. Matthew’s Church hope to welcome new or returning members to their Back to Church Sunday celebration on September 21.

VOORHEESVILLE — The village board meeting this week centered on traffic issues in Voorheesville, as drivers adjust to road construction and deal with speeders.

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VOORHEESVILLE —  The village board’s application for a grant to enhance the rail trail corridor that runs through the village was denied, but the board plans to go ahead with trail improvements on a smaller scale, according to Mayor Robert Conway.

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“The village is… excited to celebrate our cultural heritage," said Altamont's mayor of the just-published book, Images of America: Altamont, a labor of love for a team of volunteers.

Last year? Forget it. The year before? Uh-uh. This week, with 12 hours to spare before the final deadline, my girls and I managed to enter our exhibits for the Altamont Fair using the online registration forms. Thank goodness for a fair rooted, by a router, in the 21st Century!

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