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WYBN has set up its antenna on the Helderberg escarpment, with the hope of reaching a new, wider swath of customers due to the move and updated technology.

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KNOX — John C. Kolanchick was, his son Gary said, like a combination of Peter Pan and Warren Buffett.

It was on a Tuesday 17 years ago that the Al-Qaeda faction of the Sunni sect of the Islamic religion, through suicide radicals, attacked the United States by hijacking planes and flying them into m

The public hearing on a proposed Youth Council law, which would require town board approval when picking their director, will continue next month.

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The Rensselaerville Town Board will hold a public hearing on a proposed law that would allow the town to hire its building inspector and code-enforcement officer from outside the town.

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BERNE —  Cass Hill Road (Route 11) between North Road and Route 85 in Berne is being reconstructed to better align the intersection.

The town board will first complete the entire State Environmental Quality Review during a special town board meeting before submitting it to the Albany County Planning Board.

A car crashed at the intersection of Beebe Road and Knox-Gallupville Road, leaving a 22-year-old from Altamont dead and a 23-year-old injured.

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The fire company is hoping that $11,000 set aside for building costs can be used to to cover costs for a newly required insurance program.

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BERNE —  Leah C. Swint, “a homemaker who enjoyed helping others working as a home health aid,” her family wrote, “entered eternal life on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018.” She was 87.

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