Marcello Iaia

Reluctant to comment on whether she supported the $22.3 million budget put forward by the school board for next year, Lillian Sisson-Chrysler said she thinks the district is well funded.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The town board discussed drafting a possible noise ordinance in an April 28 meeting that 10 residents attended.

The proposal was prompted by complaints Valerie Lounsbury said she has heard during her three years as supervisor.

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Learning as they go and using the latest cold-climate grape varieties, Ernest Cupernall and Victoria Vattimo are planning to produce wine from a vineyard on their Knox property.

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President Joan Adriance gave the board its needed majority, voting through video conference.

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The Schoburg football team has been on defense throughout the budget season, now talking about leaving Schoharie behind.

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With just four board members voting 2 to 2, the budget wasn't adopted on Monday.

After two years of no tax hike, the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board is divided on how much to raise taxes next year.

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Michelle Fusco, the leader of a Facebook group formed to raise awareness of the case, said she felt her group made a difference with its protests outside of court and presence in family court.

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After running the Medusa General Store where they perused its trinkets and treats as children, April Caprio and her husband, Jason, still have questions.

Two sisters are battling together as one faces cancer; the community is invited to support the cause.

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