The hope is that the future vegetables and flowers will teach students about nutrition and agriculture, as well as provide for school lunches and other school programs.

Westerlo is currently facing a decision of whether or not to construct a 120-foot cell tower in order to improve cell service in the area. But some residents are more concerned about potential health risks and the visual impact.

This week, the Old Men of the Mountain managed to meet at the Country Café on Main Street in Schoharie on Tuesday, April 18.

Emma Detlefsen, a third-grader at Berne-Knox-Westerlo, has been afflicted with a chronic disease since she was an infant. She and her family have chosen to face it with fundraising and lobbying.

Setting up a system to easily certify home businesses that don’t disturb neighbors or the environment would benefit all.

 Indiana bat, United States Fish and Wildlife Service

A solar array proposed in Knox has drawn the ire of many Knox and Guilderland residents who live by the property located on Route 156 at the border of the two towns.

The next stop on the clock for the Old Men of the Mountain was Tuesday, April 11, at the Middleburgh Diner in Middleburgh.

Susan Hawkes-Teeter, Berne

With only one business district that has no known businesses, the town of Knox grappled with the question of how to promote businesses that are not in zones for businesses.

The study is in part from Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to save money by consolidating municipal services, with the town of Knox also eyeing a merger of its own.


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