Melissa Hale-Spencer

The Knox Reformed Church

Letters from a score of congregants commenting on Pastor Timothy Van Heest’s worth were submitted to the Albany Classis.

Berne’s three Democratic council members passed two resolutions on Sept. 11 that will put the metal detector, which the town already has and uses for its court sessions, in use for town board meetings, and also for zoning board and planning board meetings if the people who chair those boards call for it.

A barricaded yard near a dangerous curve on Helderberg Trail in Berne couldn’t prevent a 30-foot boat from flying like a softball after the surge brake on the trailer carrying the boat didn’t work.

 “I sit behind a desk all week,” said Matthew Mead. “This is an opportunity for me to get away from my email, get away from my phone — to recharge. I get down on my hands and knees and play in the dirt.”

Katy Vescio

Gary Kleppel said that swine are “no more or less a potential nuisance” than any other livestock.

Brian Wood

“We see deaths and dying and abuse, day in and day out,” said Brian Wood of emergency medical workers.

KNOX — On his 55th birthday, Aug. 27, Gary Salisbury quit his job as the Knox highway superintendent.

“It was because of the politics,” he told The Enterprise on Sunday. “The last couple of years were really tough … I cannot take the disrespect.”

“You wouldn’t go to court without a lawyer,” Ned Stevens told the Westerlo Town Board as it debated hiring a consultant to help develop its comprehensive plan.

The Westerlo Rural Cemetery may soon offer “green burials.”

Judge Ryan Fedele said that raising rabbits can let kids who live in cities or suburbs have a chance to tend to animals.


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