Jo E. Prout

The Altamont Rescue Squad is planning a half-million-dollar expansion of its building, which it considers to be cramped.

Two neighbors are at odds as they grieve over their dead animals. One shot the other's dog after his birds were attacked.

Citizens made progress in 2013 towards getting a Quiet Zone to silence train whistles and a feuding village board made peace with its ambulance squad as they worked on a contract at year's end.

Hometown traditions persisted in Altamont in 2013 despite fire and arrests.

After months of increasingly bitter disputes, the village and Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service, on the cusp of a new contract, are working together to resolve differences.

Agawum Lane, on the shoulder of the Helderberg escarpment, could become the site for a cell tower in Altamont.

ALTAMONT — The Altamont Community Tradition organization will host its 12th annual Victorian Holiday Celebration in the village next weekend, offering house tours, shopping, wine tastings, and a visit from Santa.

A family explores the homestead of the Wilder family, preserved for visitors to witness the rural ways of 19th-Century New York. Holiday re-enactments and readings will take place there this December.

 

Altamont Trustee Bill Aylward wanted residents to be notified before allowing the marketing of a communications tower in Altamont; the board tabled the decision.

A mother and daughter, Audrey and Kelly Iacobucci, have created characters like themselves to star in a series of mysteries; their first book is being released this week.

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