A former resort and relic of the 1940s and ’50s has been bought with the intention to restore it and possibly rent it to local businesses in the town of Westerlo.
Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple has a vision of bringing support services closer to the rural Hilltowns, housing them in the former Clarksville Elementary School at the base of the Helderbergs.
Tara Murphy, Knox Town Clerk
Government programs, spending millions in taxpayer money, to kill coyotes is worse than pointless because the attempts at eradication have instead led to proliferation.
Coyotes are in our midst . The state conservation department says, even if they have been silent in Knox this summer, they are generalists and cannot be decimated. A local farmer says, “The coyote is an opportunist.”
It would be purpose-built to supply power to the SUNY Polytechnic Institute campus in Guilderland and Albany.
Memorials to a much-loved town clerk and to Rensselaerville veterans look their mid-summer best.
BERNE — The new town nature and cultural center being developed on Game Farm Road, just off Switzkilll Road, is kicking into higher gear this summer.
The parades through Voorheesville, Berne, and Knox Monday honored the lives of local men who died at war, featuring a large number of surviving veterans to uphold the ceremony.
EAST BERNE — Mary F. Delligan loved to help others; she took care of her family and of those who were ailing.
She died peacefully on Saturday, April 16, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. Born on July 15, 1940, she was 75.
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