H. Rose Schneider

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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Actors are preparing for opening performances of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Treasure Island” this weekend as part of the Helderberg Theater festival at Indian Ladder Farms.

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