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VOORHEESVILLE — Hardworking and strong, Marie R. Russell was also creative. She worked for a quarter of a century as a laboratory technician in bacteriology for the state’s Department of Health and was also highly skilled at a wide variety of crafts.

She died on Saturday, July 19, 2014. She was 91.

The elementary school is shifting teachers around to meet the needs of changing class sizes, including an unexpected and welcome class of 83 kindergartners.

After years of starts and stops, New Scotland is going to set a bid date for the New Salem Water District this coming week.

Pastor Robert DeFelice stepped in at Voorheesville's First United Methodist Church after Pastor "Charlie" Yang left at the end of June.

New age-restricted communities have popped up in New Scotland and Voorheesville over the past six years, filling a need for senior-housing communities.

NEW SCOTLAND — Classic Theater Guild’s eighth annual Helderberg Theater Festival at Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland this year will feature William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Tony Pallone, and Pinocchio, adapted from the children's classic story, directed by Stefanie DeFronzo, Jaynie Parmenter, and Noah Rob

Teacher David Lawrence emphasized the need to be a good person in a world that judges people based on tests, evaluations, and applications.

VOORHEESVILLE — Julia Suozzo, the class valedictorian, shared wisdom from her experiences at Voorheesville in the speech she gave to her classmates and their friends and families at the June 27 commencement ceremony.

VOORHEESVILLE — Salutatorian Christian Keenan stood alone at the lectern as he gave his speech on June 27. But, behind him sat the rest of the members of the Clayton A. Bouton High School class of 2014, and in front of him were all their friends and families.

NEW SCOTLAND — During a traffic stop on June 30, Guilderland Police say Officer Robert Bailey was assaulted and bitten by Michele Salerno.

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