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A civic organization that helps both the schools in Voorheesville and the community at large had some fun and raised some funds at its annual gala last Friday.

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After years of accidents at Meads Corners, the DOT has finally made some minor safety improvements with larger stop signs at the intersection.

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The Clarksville Historical Society was given a $1,000 grant from county legislators that will go towards repairing the Woodside Schoolhouse.

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Teresa Thayer Snyder, who has been at the helm of the Voorheesville district for the past six years, will be retiring next summer.

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A Voorheesville man was arrested last week for alleged sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.

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Voorheesville has approved its tax warrant, and school taxes have increased about 1 percent since last year.

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NEW SCOTLAND — Monday meals are back at the Voorheesville United Methodist Church at 38 Maple Ave. in Voorheesville.

Organizers use this slogan: Remember — a day without cooking and cleanup is a day without stress.

The menu for seven weeks is:

— Sept. 22, meatloaf;

— Sept. 29, pulled pork;

VOORHEESVILLE – Parishioners at St. Matthew’s Church hope to welcome new or returning members to their Back to Church Sunday celebration on September 21.

One of three contracts for the New Salem district failed to attract bidders. The town has the option to hire a company outright for the plumbing or complete the project with town employees.

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