Albany County Sheriff's Office

NEW SCOTLAND — A retired CSX engineer committed suicide by train on Sunday night on tracks not far from Town Hall, according to Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple.

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Ed Cowley III, Altamont

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The paid staff of E5 will supplement ambulance volunteers in Voorheesville as needed, particularly during daytime hours, when fewer volunteers are available.

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During a hearing last Tuesday, he received a hardship exemption for 40 days to drive to work as a construction worker in Troy.

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A petition has been started, on a closed Facebook page, to fire Albany County Sheriff’s Deputy Philip Milano.

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A Facebook video of a New Scotland traffic stop, shown by local television news shows and picked up by the liberal activist news service Alternet.org with the headline, “Cop can’t wait for his backup to arrive so he could needlessly tase a nonviolent man,” has raised questions about the danger of traffic stops for officers and about th

Dawn Jordan, councilwoman, Town of Berne

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Flooding from a collapsed beaver’s dam closed Route 443 near Route 85 on Wednesday, but public safety and public works teams cleared the road soon after.

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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At prom time, Albany County Deputy Marty Zaloga told Voorheesville's high school students on May 27 about the danger of driving while impaired.

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