The president of the Carey Institute for Global Good says the pandemic shutdown has led the institute to list its campus for sale. 

A Berne-Knox-Westerlo student who has been learning from home has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email Superintendent Timothy Mundell sent to BKW students, family, and staff on Monday morning.

After purchasing Red-Kap Sales, a regional gasoline and convenience store company, Stewart’s Shops will take over Berne’s Mobil gas station, on the Helderberg Trail.

BERNE — Supporters of the Switzkill Farm feel that the current GOP-backed town board is letting the expansive town-owned property languish and that projects beneficial to the community — from the instruction of school kids to attracting astronomers — have fallen by the wayside.

Berne Code Enforcement Officer Chance Townsend

A Department of State official told The Enterprise that, although Townsend received his initial certification in October 2018, he “has not done any of the in-service training for 2019 or for 2020 (so far). 

GALLUPVILLE — For five decades, The Hudson Mohawk Chapter of the Pioneer Gas Engine Association has held its annual Gas Up show — an exhibit of antique engines — on a Gallupville property that’s privately owned and graciously lent out.

Knox Highway Superintendent Matthew Schanz

Two uncontested Hilltowns elections went smoothly, with Matthew Schanz becoming the Knox Highway Superintendent and Karla Weaver becoming the Westerlo Town Clerk. Both had been serving in their respective positions on an interim basis after the sudden resignations of their predecessors.

Ten months into the coronavirus pandemic, Mary Beth Peterson, program coordinator for Hilltowns Community Resource Center Program, lays out her perspective of the state of the Hilltowns, which saw a spike in domestic-violence referrals and an explosive increase in donations — and clients — in the early months of the shutdown. 

KNOX — A 4.4-megawatt solar farm that’s proposed for 1688 Thompsons Lake Road, an undeveloped Knox property of roughly 33 acres owned by Mark and Janet Viscio, will not be subject until a public hearing until at least Decem

A highway worker for the town of Berne was killed Wednesday morning after he was crushed beneath a town dump truck. 

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