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Village officials hope to get a piece of a $50 million federal grant to build a rail museum in Voorheesville at the head of a rail trail to Albany.

The Clayton A. Bouton High School's performance of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is full of tasteful satire, energy, and laughs.

Parents and teachers raised concerns about class sizes and choices at a March 25 forum on next year's $22.9M budget proposal for Voorheesville Central School District.

Noah Khoury uses his blacksmithing skills to make useful and beautiful items. He also teaches blacksmithing to kids at the Heldeberg Workshop each summer.

Allison Tulio recently opened "bloom. Salon & Makeup Bar," where the focus is on eco-friendly beauty and a relaxing atmosphere.

NEW SCOTLAND — Find out why the town of New Scotland is “hopping.”

“Hops in New York State: A Brief History of the New York State Hop Industry and Where We Stand Today” will be the program at the New Scotland Historical Association on Tuesday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m. at the Wyman Osterhout Community Center in New Salem. 

VOORHEESVILLE — The three unopposed village officials retained their seats in the election Tuesday thanks to a paltry 46 voters.

The village has 2,789 residents, according to the 2010 federal census.

“Obviously, it was a quiet night in Voorheesville,” said Village Clerk-Treasurer Linda Pasquali.

"The working poor and elderly just can't make their bills," says the chairman of the food pantry, which is reaching out for more volunteers, more food and donations — and more clients.

The Voorheesville Central School District proposed almost $420,000 in cuts for its $22.5M budget.

VOORHEESVILLE — Sheila C. Reilly was never one to sit it out when things got tough. She always stayed active despite complications later in life from having polio as a child.
On Tuesday, March 11, 2014, she died at the age of 70.

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