H. Rose Schneider

John E. McIntyre, who is on the state’s sex offender registry, was charged with additional crimes following his initial arrest last week in an investigation by the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.

A request for a speed-limit reduction was met with disappointment in Knox. But an expert believes speed-limit reductions are not always the answers for traffic safety.

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A museum on agriculture has been proposed for Switzkill Farm’s “Pheasant House,” a metal building with several sections that could be used not only for a museum but potentially for a wildlife rehabilitator and a 4-H club.

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A Berne man, who is already a registered sex offender, was arrested after texting and having inappropriate contact with a 13-year-old girl, police say.

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Westerlo town leaders asserted that the level of chemicals detected in the water was always there, but that state standards changed. The state’s health department, however, said the standards have not changed.

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A Berne firefighter and college professor, Mary Alice Molgard will be honored by the Women’s Press Club of New York this month.

Elisa Streeter, who was named the 2018 Media Person of the Year by the Women’s Press Club of New York State, was introduced to the world of television news at a young age, as her father worked as a television anchor for most of her childhood. Streeter will be retiring at the end of this year after working as a news anchor herself for almost 30 years.

A 100-year-old annual dinner will be replaced with a new fundraiser as the Knox Reformed Church “passes the torch” to its younger congregants.

KNOX — Discussions were heated at a special town board meeting on Sept. 26 as the board attempted to fill out a state-required environmental form for a proposed multi-use recreational district near the intersection of routes 156 and 157.

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The Trump administration, in its committee reports and task forces, has entertained the idea of privatizing the post office.

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