Jo E. Prout

Voorheesville's proposed $23 million budget is $334,000 greater than this year's budget, but officials are working blind while waiting for state aid figures to be released.

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Farmers gathered in Syracuse last week to sell, to visit, and to celebrate New York's agricultural community at the state's annual farm show.

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Nirvana, a new Indian bar and banquet, plans to open this month at the site of the former Chariot restaurant.

Advanced Car Wash on Voorheesville Avenue is closed after a fire broke out Friday and damaged equipment.

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Marion Parmenter remembers the Voorheesville library from when she was a child; she worked there as a teenager in the 1950s; and now she enjoys sewing there with the Nimblefingers.

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NEW SCOTLAND — News that the LeVie barn was slated to come down for future development fanned the flames of a public interest in rescuing the historic building, said New Scotland Councilman Daniel Mackay, and last-minute buyers may still save the day.

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In his state of the county address, Daniel McCoy said there were no tax increases last year while social services increased.

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While union laborers and Tennessee Gas officials said an expanded pipeline would be good for the community, residents had doubts about long-term dangers.

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Archivist James Corsaro is cataloguing one-of-a-kind records from Voorheesville and listing them in an online state system so they are widely accessible.

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VOORHEESVILLE — Clare Hemmett made a lasting impression on her Clayton A. Bouton Junior High School students 50 years ago. Now, her former students want to make an impression of their own.

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