H. Rose Schneider

After hearing from its accounting firm last week, the Rensselaerville Town Board decided to cautiously continue using the firm after state police charged the supervisor last month with writing checks to himself.

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A woman assaulted her partner and started to hit and choke his daughter when the daughter tried to get her father away.

Goals for the year include communication and technology.

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Organizational meetings in Rensselaerville and Westerlo and Rensselaerville included both resignations and appointments.

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A Westerlo man welding in his garage led to an explosion, causing a house fire and hospitalizing the welder.

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The fire decimated the barn and killed two pigs and their piglets.

Transfer-station workers fired on New Year’s Day say it was “personal and political,” not based on how they did their work.

The Rensselaerville town board appointed a new councilman and supervisor after former supervisor Steve Pfleging admitted to embezzling town funds.

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Initially planned to be completed last year, the long-awaited construction on the bridge over Fox Creek in Berne was completed this month.

KNOX — After not filing annual financial reports for the last two years, the town of Knox will be audited by the state comptroller’s office.

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