Sean Mulkerrin

Some members of the New Scotland Zoning Board expressed skepticism with the planning board’s appeal of what constitutes a flashing sign. A public hearing is to be held before any other decisions can be made about whether to allow the applicants to install their digital signs.

The positions of town justice, clerk, and highway superintendent are up for election this November. All incumbents are unopposed.

The general election in November will feature one competitive race for town council. The candidates were asked to weigh in on issues facing the town and its residents.

Bob Bailey, Altamont’s postmaster for the past five years, is retiring after 27 years of service with the post office.

The neighborhood surrounding a state DOT garage in Voorheesville was jarred by an early-morning explosion caused by trucks that were on fire.

David and Anita Sperbeck, who live near the state’s Department of Transportation facility in Voorheesville, were awakened in the early hours of Friday morning and took video of the three trucks that were burning at the facility, at the intersection of routes 156 and 85A near the village’s roundabout.

Robert Davies stepped in following JoAnne Davies departure from the planning board. Amid much new development, he now looks to help shape New Scotland’s future.  

An Albany resident wants to help residents get more transparency from government, but without access to cable services, which could be difficult.

Are electric vehicles the future of driving? Or are they being propped up by the state, just another beneficiary of government largesse?

Razor-thin margins in the New Scotland Conservative primary has the race too close to call.

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