Lisa Nicole Viers

Voorheesville Odyssey of the Mind teams creatively made solutions to problems. Their success earned a fifth- and eighth-grade team spots in the state competition.

David P. Miranda, the first person in his family to become a lawyer, was recently elected as the State Bar Association president.

The railroad industry is independently pushing for regulations to increase the safety of moving crude oil, but the federal government is slow to respond.

Thomas F. Nagle was a man who cared deeply for his family and his community. After a 15-month struggle with cancer, he died at 85 on Friday, January 31.
He was born in Brooklyn in 1928, and spent most of his life in Hicksville on Long Island before moving to Guilderland in October 2012.

A mission of the Clarksville Historical Society is to save historic buildings; it now has two — a schoolhouse and a general store.

A Voorheesville algebra teacher is emblematic of teachers across the state who this week learned they would have to change their lessons to fit last-minute backtracking in the Common Core roll-out.

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Amid fears of the LeVie Barn's demolition, an opportunity arises for it to be moved to a new location.

New York State Court of Appeals Associate Judge Victoria Graffeo was honored last week with two different awards.

Lawrence Eaton of New Scotland was arrested this week for possessing and growing over 50 marijuana plants.


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