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CAPITOL

Waterford gets $3 million for efforts to deal with flood threat

Thursday, April 24, 2014
The village of Waterford received $3 million from the state for its post-Irene reconstruction plan, and final recovery plans for Montgomery, Schenectady and Schoharie counties were presented during a NY Rising conference Wednesday.
 
SCHOHARIE

Town of Schoharie eyes non-residential building moratorium

Saturday, April 19, 2014
The town of Schoharie is considering an eight-month, non-residential building moratorium to give town officials time to fix the town’s zoning laws, Supervisor Gene Milone said.
 
Broome supervisor tells residents road fix is coming
BROOME

Broome supervisor tells residents road fix is coming

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

To the residents of Thorington Road in Schoharie County, the new town of Broome Supervisor William Smith III has a request: Please be patient.
 
CAPITAL REGION

Local flood projects eyed for FEMA funding

Saturday, April 12, 2014
Schenectady’s sewage treatment plant may soon be protected from floodwater by a 14-foot-high berm.
 
RICHMONDVILLE

Richmondville woman admits to embezzlement

Friday, April 11, 2014
A Richmondville woman admitted this week to embezzling thousands of dollars from a local Realtor, Schoharie County district attorney’s officials said.
 
ALBANY

Schenectady, Schoharie counties set for FEMA grants

Friday, April 11, 2014
Projects in Schenectady and Schoharie counties are in the running for federal grants to help rebuild after recent natural disasters, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday.
 
BLENHEIM & GILBOA

NYPA begins relicensing Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project

Friday, April 11, 2014
The New York Power Authority is looking to renew the operating license for its hydroelectric plant on the Schoharie Creek.
 
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Schoharie County way behind, over-budget on stream repairs

Monday, April 7, 2014
Tropical storms Irene and Lee dropped enough water on Schoharie County to permanently alter the shape of many stream beds, but 31 months later, an ambitious project to rebuild 50,000 feet of bank along four streams still hasn’t begun and may cost $2.6 million more than anticipated.
 
Schoharie County school’s Backpack Program sends food to needy
RICHMONDVILLE

Schoharie County school’s Backpack Program sends food to needy

Saturday, April 5, 2014
When third-grade teacher Jessica Dineen joined in a simulated poverty exercise at Radez Elementary School last fall, she discovered how distressing it could be struggling to feed your family while trying to pay rent and utility bills.
 
CARLISLE

Police talk Carlisle woman out of suicide

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
More than 80 sheriff’s deputies, state troopers and firefighters spent three hours at a Carlisle residence Tuesday talking a local woman out of lighting herself and her home on fire.
 
CARLISLE

Carlisle authorities working to stop possible suicide

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Law enforcement and fire departments are attempting to defuse a possible suicide situation in the town of Carlisle.
 
Gas pipeline foes, supporters pack meeting in Cobleskill
COBLESKILL

Gas pipeline foes, supporters pack meeting in Cobleskill

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Three generations of Stanton dairy farmers took the Cobleskill-Richmondville high school auditorium podium in opposition to the proposed Constitution Pipeline during a public comment session Monday night.
 

After Revolution, this Tory was not welcomed home

Sunday, March 30, 2014
What was Benjamin Beacraft thinking? After terrorizing his neighbors throughout the American Revolution, Beacraft figured that once the war was over he’d return to his home in the Schoharie Valley and resume life as if nothing had happened.
 
New Iroquois Museum exhibit to focus on issues

New Iroquois Museum exhibit to focus on issues

Sunday, March 30, 2014
When the Iroquois Indian Museum opens for another season on Tuesday, visitors will see a new exhibit, “Standing in Two Worlds: Iroquois in 2014." The Schoharie County museum also has a new director, Maria Vann,
 
Retired couple revives dormant Easter exhibit as library fundraiser

Retired couple revives dormant Easter exhibit as library fundraiser

Sunday, March 30, 2014
Joseph and Berna Heyman loved the spot: a small historic house near a covered wooden bridge along the western bank of Fox Creek just outside the village of Schoharie. Then, they heard about the eggs, nearly 5,000 of them.
 
 

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