RENSSELAERVILLE — A single-car crash in Rensselaerville early Sunday morning has left one Middleburgh young woman dead and another injured, according to a report from the Albany County Sheriff’s Office.

Gregory Bischoff

Gregory Bischoff said he felt a sense of duty to serve as a town judge in Rensselaerville following the death of Judge Ronald Bates. Bischoff had served as town judge before, from 2012 to 2016.

Some of what will be taught can be applicable to many other students as well as refugees, such as addressing childhood trauma.

RENSSELAERVILLE — William Howard Moore lived most of his life in Medusa. His son, Dennison, called him “a man of the community.”

He created a museum to preserve Medusa’s history, wrote a column about the hamlet’s happenings, played the organ in its church, and served in its volunteer fire company.

Captain Walter Schedel

Rensselaerville residents gathered at the New York State Park Police training facility to submit their opinions and learn more about proposed projects at the facility that could include reopening a firing range that was closed by a citizens’ lawsuit.

Ronald J. Bates

PRESTON HOLLOW — Ronald J. “Joey” Bates lived life both as a public servant and as a loving father, grandfather, and husband. At age 51, he died on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, following a short illness.

Michael A. Snyder Sr.

The jailed woman said that Michael A. Snyder Sr., of Rensselaerville, raped her three times in the last two weeks.

Two public hearings on the proposed facility will be held on March 27: from noon to 2 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Helderberg Earth and Sky Observatory and Science Center is now seeking land in Rensselaerville to build an observatory, but is first trying to connect with the community.

The building has been used by police, emergency medical service responders, firefighters, and blood-drive workers.


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