H. Rose Schneider

A Rensselaerville man was arrested by state police in the town of Bethlehem for possessing over 25 grams of marijuana, or more than would fill a sandwich bag.

Knox Supervisor Vasilios Lefkaditis

Knox’s town board held a special meeting to host a tour of its facilities, highlighting items in need of repair — some simple and some not as much.

Route 402, Westerlo

WESTERLO — The committee working to increase broadband access in rural Westerlo wants to draft a new agreement with Mid-Hudson cable. The committee is asking residents who want service to make their needs known.

Kim Lovell

BERNE — An educator in the Middleburgh school district, Kim Lovell says she sees many parallels between the school she teaches in and the school she sends her child to, Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

After hearing a number of questions in a public hearing on a drafted solar law, the Westerlo Town Board tabled the issue, with the likelihood of at least another public hearing on the law. 

A town board meeting in Berne last week saw the resignation — and appointment — of a board member.

A town board meeting in Berne last week saw notifications of seasonal road closings and an arranged fee schedule for Switzkill Farm.

Most dogs in Knox are not licensed, according to the town’s dog-control officer.

LATHAM — Two independent medical groups announced their intent to merge Friday morning. Although the consolidation must first be approved by the government, the two organizations — Community Care Physicians and CapitalCare Medical Group — are touting this an opportunity to connect more practices to a wider range of specialties.

Shepard Farm, Westerlo, New York

A former resort and relic of the 1940s and ’50s has been bought with the intention to restore it and possibly rent it to local businesses in the town of Westerlo.

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