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Mayor Gaughan is re-elected and presides over police,
fire-truck purchase, sewer repair, budget, and tree planting

Divisive election centers on commercial zoning, ends in landslide for size cap

Dems maintain control despite GOP challenge,
motocross divides town, manure affects water, seniors ride bus

By Zach Simeone

Village anticipates development as environmental stewardship is promoted

Town hall renovations underway,
GOP’s Stevens wins board seat, flood and fire, fatal crash rock Knox

By Zach Simeone

Plans for sewer system progress, master plan is re-visited,
Dems sweep elections, Spargo sentenced to jail, St. Bernadette’s to close

By Zach Simeone

A contentious year leaves Dems in control as town plans projects for stormwater,
forms zoning review committee, and pulls out of the Rapp Road landfill

EAST BERNE — Pastor Clarence Davis is back in the place where he started, ready to lead the Safe Harbor Christian Fellowship based on a lifetime of varied experiences.

ALBANY — Dozens of languages and faiths that come up the Hudson River remain deck bound, afloat on the Port of Albany’s the muddy water.

Crash kills teen

VOORHEESVILLE — On Friday, it became a felony to drive drunk in New York with a child in the car.

By Zach Simeone

BERNE — Former Supreme Court judge Thomas Spargo appeared unfazed Monday when he was sentenced to 27 months in prison. He said afterward that he thought the judge’s decision was fair.

GUILDERLAND — Even as it faces state delays in aid payments this month, the school district here is gearing up to take a long-range look at budgeting.

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