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Ribbon Cutting Set for Monday on South Street

Ribbon Cutting Set for Monday on South Street

After nearly four months of work, the South Street Hill will be reopened to traffic on Monday, November 26th. The ribbon cutting event will be held on Monday morning at… Read more »

Paving Soon on South Street

Paving Soon on South Street

As what appears to be the last warm day of fall passes us by, pavers and, soon enough, traffic will be heating up the slopes of South Street and Pruyn… Read more »

I Hear that Train A-Comin’

I Hear that Train A-Comin’

I Hear that Train A-Comin’: New York State DOT and Vermont Transportation investigate the possibility of returning passenger rail to the Paper City. Bob Murphy Marie Lenihan remembers how great… Read more »

South Street Closure Extended To Nov. 19th

South Street Closure Extended To Nov. 19th

With rains consistently buffeting the construction site in September and October, the South Street road closure will be extended to mid-November. The rainy weather caused work on the South Street… Read more »

Finally Found Helps Out Furry Friends

Finally Found Helps Out Furry Friends

Finally Found Helps Out Furry Friends Bob Murphy The Halfmoon Pet Adoption Day will be held at the Halfmoon Town Hall Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm. Animals from… Read more »

Entire Sidewalk Foundation Work Nears Completion on South Street

Entire Sidewalk Foundation Work Nears Completion on South Street

If the new retaining wall separating South Street from Tallmadge Park resembles a castle, then Hudson View Castle’s moat has been dug as the foundation of the project’s scenic 10… Read more »

South Street Hill Update

South Street Hill Update

Crews worked late into the afternoon on Columbus Day, continuing to move earth in preparation for retaining wall, sidewalk, and roadway construction. It now becomes clear that between the sidewalk… Read more »

South Street Takes on Look of Medieval Castle

South Street Takes on Look of Medieval Castle

Crews on South Street were again putting in weekend hours. Drainage pipes are being installed on the middle and upper portions of the hill. A towering retaining wall now rises… Read more »

Council Approves Referendum to Abolish Term Limits

Council Approves Referendum to Abolish Term Limits

The Mechanicville City Council in a four-to-one vote approved to place a non-binding referendum on November’s ballot that would abolish term limits for city commissioners and the mayor. If approved,… Read more »

Park-side Retaining Wall Going Up

Park-side Retaining Wall Going Up

On a warm, fall Saturday afternoon, crews were hard at work on the South Street Hill Reconstruction Project. After some delays last week, in part weather-related, the project is back… Read more »

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