H. Rose Schneider

A father from the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School District has said that accusations that he shook a child are false, and said that his own child has been subjected to bullying for five years.

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Two property owners want restrictions in old contracts removed.

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A 10-year-old from Knox has been charged with two felonies after he set fire to his bedroom.

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$1.4 million will fund repaving on Route 157 from 157A to Route 85 in the towns of Berne, Knox, and New Scotland.

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After his son and other students were approached by an angry parent at Berne-Knox-Westerlo Elementary School, Matthew Warnken wants to know why parents are often on the campus.

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The Youth Council has five members now, while it previously only had three. A lack of members has led to concerns about holding events while a stalled appointment has led to accusations of political bias on both sides.

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As residents prepare their homes and backyards for warmer weather, some unknown neighbors may also be preparing their homes.

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Randy Bashwinger, Berne’s highway superintendent, is challenging incumbent Lillian Sisson-Chrysler, a nurse, for a seat on the Berne-Knox-Westerlo School Board.

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John Nicholas

Supporters of the “conversion therapy” ban included a social worker, psychiatrist, psychologists, and someone who nearly went through with such “therapy.”

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Chris Tague

Chris Tague, the Republican town supervisor of Schoharie, has won the 102nd New York State Assembly seat by fewer than 300 votes.

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