Altamont

For the owners of four different buildings along Maple Avenue near Main Street in Altamont, warmer weather can’t come soon enough. They have been without running water for about four weeks, ever since their pipes froze.  

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Altamont's newest justice, James Greene, has served on the planning board since 2010.

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ALTAMONT — Bill Aylward remembers the night the whole village showed up at his house. It was Election Night in 1971, and he had just won his first race for mayor.

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ALTAMONT — Cathy Glass, a newcomer to politics, and incumbent Christine Marshall are running in an uncontested election for village trustee on March 18.

Glass, 48, a homemaker, said she's running as a long-time resident who hopes to “make a little bit of a difference.”

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Glenn Hebert will work on-site in Altamont for five hours a week, costing the village $10,335 per year.

St. John’s Lutheran Church at 140 Maple Ave. in Altamont will hold the following services:
Beginning with Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18, and continuing to Good Friday, April 3, the St. John's congregation will focus on a biblical parable at each service that connects to the overall penitential theme of Lent.

ALTAMONT — Two men that police say have problems with heroin are suspected in an attempted burglary of the village’s self-service laundry.

One suspect has been charged and is out on bail, and another has been identified but not yet apprehended, according to Altamont police.

ALTAMONT — Beryl E. Naginey, also known as “Murph,” a woman with many interests who was dedicated to her community, died peacefully on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, after a 19-year struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was 89.

The newest manager of the Altamont Fair, Amy Anderson, had a direct part in its tradition at an early age, crowned Miss Altamont Fair in 1985, when she was 17.

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Mojmir Frinta, after World War II wreaked havoc in Europe, found redeemng beauty in its churches and spent the better part of a lifetiime restoring, researching, and teaching about sacred art.

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