Sean Mulkerrin

An issue with support beams in the gym of the former Clarksville Elementary School — now used by the Albany County Sheriff’s Office — has slowed the sale of the building, but the sheriff’s office still expects the sale to go through.

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A bathroom vendor with the gift of gab doesn’t take rejection personally.

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Visitors to the 2018 Altamont Fair will pay a couple of dollars more for admission, but some new attractions may help ease the sting.

Sydney Worthley is making the rounds on the summer festival-circuit, on Aug. 18, she plays the Hope Rocks Festival, in Saugerties.

Albany County District Attorney David Soares

A study released from the state in July found that the pros of marijuana legalization outweigh the cons; this week, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo appointed a workgroup to draft legalization legislation.

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The Voorheesville Central School District, after a forum on Tuesday where the audience wasn’t much larger than the district’s safety committee, continues to try to gauge community thought on hiring a sheriff’s deputy to be stationed in the schools come fall.

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Monolith Solar’s new headquarters is currently under construction in the Vista Technology Campus. When complete in October, the $4.9 million project will include a new 16,000-square-foot of office space and 10,000-square-foot research-and-development and manufacturing facility.

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Lindsey Parietti  took a circuitous path to her first British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award. It’s a journey that began in Altamont and wended its way through Boston, Egypt, West Africa, to her current home, in the United Kingdom.

“We feel that music is a very powerful tool for evangelization; that sometimes music can move and stir the soul in directions that, maybe, something else hasn’t,” said Peggy McQuade, the pastoral associate for hospitality at Saint Matthew’s Church in Voorheesville.

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At its July meeting, the Voorheesville School Board put off voting on hiring a school resource officer for September, choosing instead to give the matter further thought and discussion.

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