Sean Mulkerrin

Paul Malecki, an Albany resident, has just started a project looking at the history of car racing at the Altamont fairgrounds.

Two seats on the Altamont Board of Trustees are up for grabs in March. Incumbents Nicholas Fahrenkopf and Michelle Ganance both say they will run.

The latest turn in the Baron-Voorheesville lawsuit has both sides submitting notes and emails that they claim support their arguments.

For the past 10 years, a group of volunteers have protected from peril the paths that frogs and salamanders use to migrate to return to the place where they can breed.

In his 2019 State of the County address, Daniel McCoy announced plans to further combat the opioid epidemic, divert more youth from entering the juvenile legal system, and aid the underprivileged.

The Altamont Planning Board this week got its first chance to offer comment on the new shop Stewart’s is proposing to build in the village.

The Altamont Planning Board this week heard an update and kept open public comment about a proposed cell tower to be built on Agawam Lane.

ALBANY COUNTY — Three local farms are doing their part to help the  nearly 200 federal Transportation Security Administration workers at the Albany International Airport who have continued to show up to work every day during the longest government shutdown in United States history and, as of Friday, will not have been paid in over a mo

The towns of New Scotland and Bethlehem are partnering for an event — on Feb. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Five Rivers Environmental Education Center in Delmar — where interested landowners can learn of different ways to conserve their properties for future generations.

The proposed cell tower to be installed on Agawam Lane in Altamont took another step toward approval, while a resident has raised concerns about the tower’s safety.


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