Jo E. Prout

NEW SCOTLAND —Two months after Watervliet’s school superintendent called the Watervliet Police with concerns about the officer stationed at the high school, he was charged with criminal sexual acts against female students.

Three months before November's election the New Scotland Town Board named Adam Greenberg to fill a vacancy; Greenberg will run to keep the seat.

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The Republican Party is supporting Craig A. Shufelt and Christopher P. Frueh, and the Democratic Party is supporting Adam Greenberg and incumbents William C. Hennessy and Patty Snyder for two open seats and one unexpired term on the town board.

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Voorheesville Superintendent Brian Hunt said that a year-long process of examining district strengths and needs will lead to a five-year district plan.

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Capital Region native Jennifer Drautz brings a love of history and a solid background in education to Voorheesville as the district's new middle school principal. 

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NEW SCOTLAND — The town Republican Party, which put up no candidates in the last election cycle, announced last week a recovered slate of candidates seeking office this November at both the town and the county levels. But the party has no candidate for town supervisor.

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Republican Party Chairman Tim Stanton will face Democratic incumbent L. Michael Mackey in District 38, and Andrew Holland will take on the Democratic Primary winner of the race between incumbent Herbert Reilly and his challenger, William Reinhardt, in District 33.

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Graduates, you achieved your task; you completed the requirements of one phase of your life. Now, you must move into the next phase — how will you go about it?

Families and friends jammed into Voorheesville's performing arts center to celebrate the district's graduates.

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“I’m interested in video-editing, and 3-D modeling and animation,” Valedictorian Erik Patak said. “I was learning off YouTube, one of the best educational resources.”

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