H. Rose Schneider

Berne-Knox-Westerlo salutatorian Cailyn Toomey is looking ahead to a career in teaching students in need, whether in the Albany area or overseas.

Before they donned their caps and gowns, four Berne-Knox-Westerlo graduates were able to put on their black helmets as certified interior and exterior firefighters for the Westerlo Volunteer Fire Company.

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After a classmate’s diagnosis of cancer, Berne-Knox-Westerlo seniors rallied to raise money for her.

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Mid-Hudson Data Corporation is set to occupy the Albany County Sheriff’s radio tower on Edwards Hill Road.

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Nelson Kent, a former tenant of Switzkill Farm who was made to leave the town property in February, was appointed its live-in caretaker by the Berne Town Board

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Mark Overbaugh

Rensselaerville’s building inspector, Mark Overbaugh, resigned last week saying a town board member was disrespectful.

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A statewide insurance program for certain firefighters afflicted with cancer has been touted for helping at-risk volunteers, but there is concern in small fire departments that the costs outweigh the benefits.

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Almost a year after Cypress Creek Renewables applied to build a solar array, the Westerlo Planning Board approved the project.

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Parents and other community members will have a chance to review the Berne-Knox-Westerlo code of conduct either July 9 to 13, or July 23 to 27.

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Scott Green who was fired by the town of Berne two years ago following a dispute over health insurance, was charged with harassment last month after apparently visiting town hall.

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