By Melissa Hale-Spencer

Carl Baranishyn's neighbor said, "He wouldn't do things to help himself but, for someone else, he'd do anything."

The new owner of Berne's Fox Creek Market grew up in the restaurant business and has his family to help him prepare both fine cuisine from northern Italy and pizza to go.

County Legislator Herbert Reilly says he recalls the pain he saw in Clarksville years ago from polluted water and so has drafted a bill to protect public water supplies from blasting.

In a quiet revolution, supporters of Bernie Sanders for President gathered Wednesday evening in over 3,000 places across the country — including Rensselaerville.

"You are what you post," says social media expert Chris Vollum, and digital footprints cannot be erased, so you should use them to create a pathway to realize your goals, whether college or a job.

GUILDERLAND — The school district is planning what it calls a summit conference for Nov. 19 in hopes of hatching a solution to its problems of declining enrollment and stagnant funding.

Blacksmiths Daniel Crowther and Sarah Ritchie-Crowther explore the Iron Age and their own roots by re-enacting the way the Celts lived before Christ was born.

GUILDERLAND — Ann and Glenn Barker have a passion for old things, which they enjoy sharing with others.

School board elections are uncontested for the second year in a row, leading one member to suggest a recruitment forum for next year and another to recommend a student member.

Police Chief Todd Pucci said a plea deal offering Kevin R. Willsey six months in jail for three felonies is fair since Willsey, an Altamont mechanic, had no prior arrests. Pucci said Willsey was a chop-shop  "customer."

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