Marcello Iaia

KNOX — The town board wants to set a town-wide speed limit of 35 miles per hour, a move Supervisor Michael Hammond said is predicated on safety and has been studied for years.

The change would only apply to town roads that aren’t otherwise posted with a speed limit.

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The Class of 2015 had a large percentage of its graduates this year who plan to enter the military.

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Timothy Mundell follows two interim superintendents and will lead a district with new principals in both of its buildings.

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Noah Tindale stays humble when talking about his victory and talent; he says he gets his motivation from his teammates and from his faith.

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A delay in the town's badly needed building projects, though unclear how long, is likely.

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One of the more persistent concerns from residents was on the maintenance of the new, $1.8 million highway garage, so it would last longer.

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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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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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A few residents have discussed gathering signatures in order to force a public vote on the bond that could be up to $2.75 million for building upgrades.

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The Knox group Helderberg Community Energy is hoping to take advantage of community net metering in order to supply solar-generated power to homes in Knox and Berne.

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