H. Rose Schneider

The driver, who was surrounded by both full and empty beer cans at the crash site, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Police are pursuing further criminal charges while investigating the crash that killed a Berne woman.

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Restaurants, antique shops, and yoga studios call the hamlet of South Westerlo home. While the glory days when resorts were packed with tourists are gone, a newly formed business association hopes to stay strong.

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For many families, the end of the summer means preparing their children for school in the fall: buying school supplies, reviewing schedules, and bidding farewell to sleeping in.

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Towns both large and small are incurring thousands of dollars in costs to dispose of commingled recyclables.

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The complaint criticizes the Knox Town Board over what is described as a lack of transparency before voting to send a proposed multi-use district to the town and county planning boards.

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The Berne-Knox-Westerlo school district is scheduled to have its $20 million capital project completed in 2020. The changes will include new rooms and a design recalling the building’s original look.

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BERNE — The school district here has hired three speech pathologists of its own rather than using the service it had relied on for 15 years.

At the same time, the school board has accepted the resignation of the specialist it hired less than six months ago to integrate technology into the curriculum.

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Gerald Cross is being honored by New York State for his service as an emergency medical technician for over 50 years at Helderberg Ambulance.

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Locals in and around Rensselaerville have gathered to raise money to help a “warrior princess” fight a brain tumor.

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In Rensselaerville, two justices are up for reelection. Town Democrats will be holding a caucus next week for these two seats.

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