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Republican wants to lead town of Schoharie
SCHOHARIE

Republican wants to lead town of Schoharie

Monday, June 1, 2015

Schoharie County Republican Party Vice Chairman Chris Tague is planning a run for Schoharie town supervisor this fall, challenging incumbent Gene Milone, a Democrat.
 
Convicted burglar accused of defrauding FEMA after Irene
SCHOHARIE & ALBANY COUNTIES

Convicted burglar accused of defrauding FEMA after Irene

Thursday, May 28, 2015
A man who claimed federal emergency rental assistance after Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 is now facing federal charges, accused of lying to get it, according to a new federal indictment.
 
Clothing company to move into old Cobleskill factory
COBLESKILL

Clothing company to move into old Cobleskill factory

Thursday, May 28, 2015
Over the next few years, the former Guilford Mills site in Cobleskill may once again be manufacturing textiles, among other things, as start-up company USA Intimates sets up shop in the old factory.
 
Pipeline foes continue fight in Schoharie County
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Pipeline foes continue fight in Schoharie County

Monday, May 25, 2015
About a month ago, Harold Wright came home from work to find markers along the road near his home in Middleburgh, just southeast of the Cobleskill town border, staking out the potential route for the Northeast Energy Direct pipeline.
 
Pipeline opposition rooted in battle against fracking
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Pipeline opposition rooted in battle against fracking

Monday, May 25, 2015
Like many opponents to Schoharie County pipelines, Karen Cookson’s group in Sharon Springs started out fighting hydrofracking, when it looked like the controversial oil and gas drilling method would follow the gas-rich Marcellus Shale into New York’s Southern Tier and possibly into Schoharie County.
 
Pipeline projects nothing new in Schoharie County

Pipeline projects nothing new in Schoharie County

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Schoharie County is the final destination of both the recently unveiled Northeast Energy Direct project, backed by Philadelphia-based Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, and the Constitution Pipeline, which has received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and is waiting now on a few final permits from the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Army Corps of Engineers.
 
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Pipeline grants: Good neighbors or bribery?

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Since announcing its pipeline plans in 2012, Constitution Pipeline LLC has awarded more than $345,000 in 22 community grants in Schoharie County.
 
Pipeline projects would be boon for unions
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Pipeline projects would be boon for unions

Saturday, May 23, 2015
For the past year, a few local labor unions have supported proposed pipeline projects as ardently as environmentalists have opposed them. Where opponents see destruction and threat, laborers see “living-wage jobs” close to home.
 
Sharon Springs woman wins $5M lottery prize

Sharon Springs woman wins $5M lottery prize

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Audrey Waltimyer literally couldn’t believe her eyes.
 
ALBANY

Richmondville volunteer added to state EMS memorial

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
A Richmondville volunteer EMS worker who died in the line of duty last year was honored Tuesday in a ceremony hosted by the state Department of Health at the New York State Emergency Medical Services Memorial in Albany.
 
New super excited about leading Schoharie schools
SCHOHARIE

New super excited about leading Schoharie schools

Monday, May 18, 2015

The Schoharie Central School District’s new superintendent is no stranger to the challenges facing upstate New York schools.
 
Brewers up to challenge of copying 300-year-old beer
MIDDLEBURGH

Brewers up to challenge of copying 300-year-old beer

Saturday, May 16, 2015
In the 1780s, settlers of the Schoharie Valley didn’t have the ideal beer ingredients, so they made do with what they had. Two craft breweries did their best Saturday afternoon to recreate those early beers in the first-ever 1780 Beer Challenge.
 
Schoharie judge declares mistrial in 3rd Cal Harris murder case
SCHOHARIE

Schoharie judge declares mistrial in 3rd Cal Harris murder case

Friday, May 15, 2015
A judge declared a mistrial Friday in the murder case against a man with two previous convictions for killing his estranged wife in the hours after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
 
Schoharie County gas pipeline foes want more input, transparency
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Schoharie County gas pipeline foes want more input, transparency

Thursday, May 14, 2015
As the state Department of Environmental Conservation nears the end of a second public comment period on final water permits for the proposed Constitution Pipeline, opposition groups are calling for “full transparency” in the agency’s review and more time for public input.
 
Sharon Springs school budget would top tax cap
SCHOHARIE COUNTY

Sharon Springs school budget would top tax cap

Thursday, May 14, 2015
A renegotiated tax payment put one Schoharie County school district in a tough position this year.
 
 

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