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BERNE — The Berne-Knox-Westerlo School District is not monkeying around with the possibility of another lawsuit.

RENSSELAERVILLE — While supporters of a proposed radio tower say its location is necessary, some residents hope a Hilltown businessman will move it somewhere else.

GUILDERLAND — Kay Fuller knew as a child that she wanted to be a dance teacher. After 40 years of teaching across the country, she’s now instructing students at the Guilderland Ballet.

Carman Road condos"
Board waits on re-zone hearing

GUILDERLAND — Police say a drunk driver tried to flee from them Tuesday afternoon, striking two other vehicles and crashing into a house, flipping his own vehicle over.

GUILDERLAND — A man arrested for sex crimes in the past was arrested last Thursday, police say, after he "inappropriately touched" a five-year-old boy at Crossgates Mall.

GUILDERLAND — Tuesday night, the town board looked as if it would reconsider the now-controversial re-zone it granted Jeff Thomas a year ago to build senior housing on Brandle Road.

GUILDERLAND — The school district here is taking steps to safeguard finances just as the state comptroller’s five-point plan has been signed into law.

"Good history is good drama"

GUILDERLAND — The battles for women’s suffrage will be played out on the stage of Farnsworth Middle School this year.

At GCHS, Pipa says
"Let kids play Shakespeare and let them love it"

GUILDERLAND — Michael Pipa loves Shakespeare. He talks about the Bard with passion.

NEW SCOTLAND — New Scotland residents who will have a Bethlehem water line run through their front yards, left a recent public hearing wondering what rights they have as landowners.

NEW SCOTLAND — The town of Bethlehem, to improve its water system, is working on obtaining 70 easements from New Scotland residents.

BERNE — According to Supervisor Kevin Crosier, Berne has few tricks left to fight the rising cost of health insurance.

By next year, the endangered Karner blue butterfly will have more places to subsist.