Jo E. Prout

New Scotland Councilman Daniel Mackay starts a new job next week as executive director for the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.

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The planning board here approved a request by DJK Holdings to use 15.6 acres at 1120 Delaware Turnpike as a nursery for plants.

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After facing possible felony charges, the teens arrested in April for making a mess of the high school, causing a teacher to fall and seek medical care, were charged with non-criminal disorderly conduct.

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Pastor Mae Boyer of Restoration Hill Ministry hopes to run church services and programs for at-risk youth at the former convent and restaurant on New Scotland Road.

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Voorheesville resident David P. Miranda is poised to oversee a committee to review the state constitution.

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Camp and family will memorialize the former director, who had "an evangelistic heart."

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Albany County Legislator Herbert W. Reilly Jr. will face Bethlehem Town Councilman William Reinhardt as members of the Democratic Party caucus this week.

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A Memorial Day weekend camping party found one of its group dead in the campfire and badly burned on Monday morning.

Voters also passed a $22.8 million Voorheesville school budget and a $1.1 million library budget.

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Highway Superintendent Kenneth Guyer said residents should not be uncomfortable in their own parks, after a dog attack in April highlighted loose leash laws.

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