H. Rose Schneider

An amendment to New Scotland’s zoning code changed the requirement of a special-use permit for agricultural activity outside of the agricultural district from those on five acres or less of property to those on seven acres or less.

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The 123rd Altamont Fair is set to bring together events both old and new, as well as people from around the region.

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The EMS squad had made the decision because the squad lacked the volunteers it needs to service the community.

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A mixed-use development planned for the center of town proceeded as one resident told the planning board the buildings don’t fit New Scotland’s rural character.

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Now, residents have water again, but a boil water advisory is in effect until testing can be completed.

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One of the topics, the state’s Mesonet system, will become especially relevant as Indian Ladder Farms plans to install a state Mesonet structure to gather data.

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A continuation of a long-running tradition stemming from the now defunct Plum Fest, the festival still tries to connect back to history and heritage of the area.

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The new pastor at Voorheesville’s United Methodist Church, Gary Kubitz, has begun his first month with plans for a vigil in light of recent violent events.

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The Voorheesville Youth Baseball League, which once went without a home field, celebrated its newly renovated field in Swift Road Park.

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Local artist Karin Kuck has brought a “virtual gallery” to the Altamont Free Library.

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