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GUILDERLAND — The rush to help 12-year-old Evan Kimmerer has been swift and sure.

NEW SCOTLAND — ’s first run for town board was sparked by the election’s defining issue.

NEW SCOTLAND — Republican , an incumbent councilman, is seeking a second two-year term on the town board.

NEW SCOTLAND — Long active in town and school functions, is making her first run for town office.

Historic house on the hill may soon have new neighbors

VOORHEESVILLE — Troy Miller is planning a major subdivision for the historic Voorhees House property on Prospect Street.

In Westerlo: Incumbent Democrats R. Gregory Zeh and Edward Rash
challenged by Republicans John R. Bylsma and Anderson Smith

By Zach Simeone

NEW SCOTLAND — Making his first run for the supervisor’s post, served one term on the town board about a decade ago.

Budget battles
Runion says Redlich broke law

By Zach Simeone

BERNE — The cost of the long-awaited sewer project for the hamlet of Berne has increased from $2.5 million to $3.6 million.

NEW SCOTLAND — A uniquely contentious election is on the horizon and the candidates are aligned by their stances on development rather than by their political parties.

NEW SCOTLAND — His first term dominated by controversy over development, Democrat wants another two years as supervisor.

A retired lawyer, Dolin, 70, was a town judge for 14 years before taking the supervisor’s post.

NEW SCOTLAND — Four students, two drivers, and a bus aid are not seriously injured after a pickup truck collided with a short school bus last Friday.

Lost Labrador finds romance in Pine Bush before being reunited with his owner

GUILDERLAND — Leslie Evans loves her dog.

NEW SCOTLAND — Democrat Darrell Duncan is heading into his ninth election for the highway superintendent’s post.  He is not being challenged.

He likes representing the community, Duncan said.

NEW SCOTLAND — Spending almost a decade in the clerk’s office, Democrat has seen a number of changes and is seeking another two-year term.

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