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Voorheesville Middle School will put on Wonderland, this weekend at the performing arts center.

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NEW SCOTLAND — The zoning board of appeals on Tuesday unanimously granted a temporary use variance for the construction of just a foundation of a building on land that has not yet received approval from Albany County Department of Health, effectively closing a public hearing held open for two months.

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VOORHEESVILLE — The school board here appointed local parent Doreen Saia to the board on Monday to fill the spot vacated by Kristine Gravino in September.

Also, the board heard a presentation by Voorheesville Elementary School Principal Thomas Reardon about the VES spirit program for students.

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KING WILLIAM, Virginia — George “Skip” Henry Winters III, formerly of Voorheesville, died on Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. He was 59.

Mr. Winters graduated from Voorheesville Central Schools in 1974.

Local performers will take the stage next week to bring to life the events of the anti-rent struggle that took place in our region nearly 175 years ago.

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Three weeks after their arrest, the Stannard sisters are concerned about the welfare of the 45 cats that lived with them in their camper. The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society euthanized 30 of them and put the others up for adoption.

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NEW SCOTLAND — Nearly a year after four companies vied to build transmission lines across the state — including in New Scotland, Bethlehem, and Guilderland — to increase electricity for the New York City metro area, projects are in the works downstate to increase energy production by 10 times the am

NEW SCOTLAND — Peter Henner, at 62, wants to make the most of what is left of his life.

Like Janus, he is looking in two directions — at his past life and at his future — in order to set the best course.

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A neighbor's appeal of a previously-issued building permit for a box container falls short but inspires the town to investigate new zoning codes.

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Susan Kidder has been heading New Scotland Senior Services for the past seven years, where she helps elderly residents in need.

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