MALONE — Trustees talked about the noise generated from the civic center’s air compressor during a meeting, Monday evening, and efforts to utilize grant funds to move the equipment to the rear of the arena, in order to limit the impact of noise on abutting properties.

THE BRONX — The state will invest $15 million to encourage the last quarter of New York adults to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as new cases increase in communities with low vaccination rates, officials said.

MALONE — Preparation work for the demolition phase of Citizen Advocates’ Harison Place project has started in the village Monday with work crews installing fencing around the Gorman Building.

A medical policy at the center of a lawsuit filed by a former prison doctor is no longer in effect in state correctional facilities, removing an approval process that allegedly prevented incarcerated New Yorkers from receiving certain prescription medications and adequate medical care.

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MALONE — After bidding out a project to replace the village office’s roof multiple times without finding a winning bidder, trustees awarded a bid for a new roof, at a workshop on Wednesday morning.

MALONE — Two local veterans were honored for their support of fellow vets, receiving Veteran of the Year awards, at a ceremony, Friday evening.

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BOMBAY — No injuries were reported after a structure fire destroyed a cabin on State Route 95 in South Bombay, Tuesday afternoon.

CONSTABLE — No one was injured in a structure fire on Thursday, though the barn involved in the blaze was a total loss, First Assistant Fire Chief Darrin Fefee said.

MALONE — A truck parade rolled through the village Thursday evening, with about 100 large trucks showing up for Hal Collins’ last ride.