New Scotland

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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CLARKSVILLE — Chef Daniel Smith, owner of Jake Moon Restaurant & Café, announced this week that the eatery will celebrate its sixth year by adding alcoholic beverages to the menu.

Smith recently bought the building that houses the restaurant, at 2082 Delaware Turnpike.

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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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To the Editor:

Timothy Albright wrote a letter that beautifully expressed the sentiments of many in the town of New Scotland regarding the Hilton/LeVie barn, and, in this past edition, two more letters echoed the need for that barn to not only be saved but also to be kept where it belongs — at its historic site. 

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“There is a bomb in this school,” was written on the wall of a bathroom stall, according to the Albany County Sheriff's Office. Students returned from evacuation in time for lunch.

“We raised over $1,800 for local families in need!” reported Thomas Reardon, principal of Voorheesville Elementary School of the funds raised during the school's annual talent show. Reardon enthusiastically served as master of ceremonies at the event, wearing a tuxedo for the occasion.

Being part of some of history's most storied battles and earning a Bronze Star hasn't diminished Kenneth Bailey's small-town qualities.

VOORHEESVILLE — Local artist Elizabeth Zunon will talk about her work as a book illustrator and lead a collage-making event for children at the Voorheesville Public Library on Saturday afternoon.

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