Rensselaerville

Steve Pfleging

Former Rensselaerville supervisor, Steven Pfleging, pleaded guilty to petit larceny the same day he restored the $13,000 he stole from the town. He was sentenced to 50 hours of community service.

April Roggio and her her husband, Jason Caprio, bought the Medusa store a decade ago. The site will now be a place where neighbors can gather for coffee and discussion.

After closing five years ago, the Medusa General Store is back — this time as a gathering space. It’s owner April Roggio’s latest attempt to distill the spirit of rural communities. 

Rensselaerville resident Diana Hinchcliff was named president of the Retired Public Employees Association

The Rensselaerville Library’s new director, Heidemarie Carle, describes the opportunity to serve the Hilltowns community with the experience she’s built up over decades with non-profit and government organizations as “providential.”

Harley A. Kelly, who killed her friend in a drunken car crash in Rensselaerville last June, was sentenced to 3 to 9 years in prison for manslaughter. 

Supervisor John Dolce

RENSSELAERVILLE — At their Nov. 14 town board meeting, the councilmembers of Rensselaerville adopted Supervisor John Dolce’s first budget by a vote of 4-1. Marion Cooke was the sole dissenter.

Rensselaerville sees one new official on the town board following unopposed elections.

RENSSELAERVILLE — “It’s happening to us here and now,” the deputy director of the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Science Center warned the crowd that gathered Saturday to celebrate 80 years of research at the Huyck Preserve Field Station.

RENSSELAERVILLE — Surrounded by contentious elections in the other Hilltowns, Rensselaerville has decided its grass is green enough with all its seats going unopposed, mostly to be held by their incumbents. 

The Rensselaerville Solar Committee met with the community for feedback on drafted solar energy system regulations.

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